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Simply Native Japan



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Recycled cotton/slub mix socks are knitted by crossing three types of cotton yarns: slub yarns of irregular thickness, recycled cotton yarns made from fallen wadding from spinning yarns at spinning factories in Japan, and combed cotton yarns, which are softer and more textured among cotton yarns.

The natural texture and bumpy knitted fabric go well with sandals. The low-gauge knitted fabric is breathable, and its moderate thickness absorbs sweat well, making them comfortable to wear even in summer.

The Cafe Mocha use yarn dyed with coffee grounds that would otherwise be thrown away. The packaging is also carefully designed with a story about how the socks are made and an illustration of a coffee mill.

Simply Native was impressed by the way they used threads and coffee grounds that would be thrown away to create new products.
Also, the sock's quality is amazing. Thick socks with cushioning to reduce foot fatigue. The ultra-thick yarn used for the knitting makes them breathable and sweat absorbent, making them comfortable to wear even in the summer months. The socks are made of cotton and strong yarn for durability and can be used all year round.
*Lint may stick to your feet when you first start wearing them, but it will decrease with each wash.


  • M (25-27cm) Total length: approx. 19cm
  • L (28-30cm) Total length: approx. 21cm

This is for both men and women.
Material: 93% cotton, 5% nylon, 2% polyurethane

SOUKI '創喜'
SOUKI '創喜' was founded in 1927 in Nara Prefecture, the birthplace of socks.
Since its founding, SOUKI '創喜' has always been committed to the idea that "quality is a given, but we want to pursue socks that people can truly feel good about in their daily lives.
Although we are not a large factory, we carefully produce socks one by one, from the selection of materials to the final finishing touches, using the most suitable production method for each material, valuing the technology that has been handed down for nearly 90 years and the evolution that comes from trial and error in order to produce better socks.

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