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Product code: GMRS144
- 60% Recycled Cotton, 20% Polyester, 18% polyamide, 2% Elastane
- We are constantly improving the quality of our products and looking for the best suppliers. The material proportion may therefore vary depending on the supplier.
- Brand: Dedoles
- Comfortable fit
- Original design inspired by everything around us
- Wash the socks at maximum temperature 40 °C
- Not recommended: tumble drying, dry cleaning, or the use of bleach
- Designed in Slovakia, made in Turkey
Bees are working hard to make our lives a little sweeter with their tasty honey. Now they can make your life more comfortable too thanks to these Dedoles socks.
Spread positive message with eco friendly Dedoles socks made from recycled cotton. The production of recycled threads starts with the collection of textile waste from textile and garment factories. Afterwards, these fabrics are separated by color, cut and mixed. The threads are then made using machines. Due to the color separation, no further dyeing is required, which saves hectoliters of water that is otherwise contaminated in large volumes during the dyeing process. No new cotton enters the production process either, saving natural resources and giving a second chance to textiles that would otherwise end up in a landfill.
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If the goods did not fit nor meet your expectations, you can easily return it within 100 days. You can either return the product and we will exchange it for another one (you don’t pay any postage for the second delivery) or you can return the product and we will refund the money to your bank account.
We accept only unwashed and unworn goods with original labels for exchange/return. Due to hygienic reasons we do not accept underwear (trunks, shorts, briefs, etc.), swimwear, socks, face masks tried on.The production of recycled yarns begins with the collection of textile waste, which is then broken down by colour, processed and new yarns are created. Processes that do not require dyeing reduce water consumption and pollution. 11 thousand litres are needed to obtain 1 kg of ordinary cotton and 130 litres to dye 1 kg of yarn. Recycling processes save up to 237 million litres of water per day. In addition, textiles that would otherwise end up in landfills are given a second chance.