There is nothing better than a pair of soft and warm alpaca socks.
Our Alpaca non-slip socks are made in the most luxurious and sustainable natural fibers in the world and will keep little feet warm, dry, and surrounded in natural softness.
What is Alpaca:
Alpaca yarn is spun from the wool of alpaca, which is related to the llama. It is 100% natural, hypo-allergenic and free from lanolin. It is warmer than pure wool yarn and less itchy.
Alpaca socks can be used all year round, as alpaca have natural temperature regulating properties.
- With non-slip soles and rubber pads on top of the toes to provide better stability
- Alpaca wool is soft, non-scratchy and keep feet warm and dry
- Made with an extra-long rib piece for comfort and to prevent sock removal - can be bent down
- Tested and approved for any harmful chemicals and pollutants
- Danish design, produced in Europe and OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified
Please note that is not necessary to wash the alpaca socks unless absolutely necessary, as the alpaca wool is self-cleaning and usually only needs fresh air.
GoBabyGo non-slip socks in alpaca have been tested and approved for any harmful chemicals and pollutants and are OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified.
The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is a guarantee that the goods have been checked for the content of harmful chemicals and that only organic textile fabric that has been proven to have no harmful effects on human health and well-being has been used.
Material: 94% Alpaca, 5% Polyamide, 1% Elastane
Sizes: 6-12 months & 1-2 years
- Non-slip rubber pads are made of OEKO-TEX® standard 100 certified plastisol
Our alpaca socks should be washed by hand
- Avoid using bleach
Avoid ironing or steaming the socks
The socks dry best when laying flat
We recommend not to wash the alpaca non-slip socks, unless it is absolutely necessary. The sulfur in the alpaca's substance is self-cleaning and prevents bacterial growth. In most cases, the socks can therefore be simply hung up to airdry.If it is necessary to wash the socks, it should preferably be done in warm water and by hand. You should use a mild soap intended for wool. Never use plasticizers. Instead, add some vinegar to the water if necessary. Gently squeeze the water out without twisting the socks, and then place the socks flat on a towel so they can dry.