Washi: "Japanese Paper" is a natural material from Japan made from paper. We use it for summer models because it is light, flexible, and has a better moisture absorption than cotton.
We use pulp as a raw material for the production of fine and durable washi. The fineness of the washi affects the fineness of the yarn, which in turn affects the comfort of the socks.
The washi is cut into very thin strips one millimetre wide and twisted into a thread. The quality of the yarn is stabilised by the uniformity of the cut, which is the result of an elaborate Japanese technique that produces excellent socks.
The twisted washi is then dyed, rolled into cones and processed in the same way as cotton or wool yarn for making socks.
Washi socks are characterised by their rough texture. These socks are particularly suitable for summer because they are very breathable and do not absorb moisture.
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JAPANESE PAPER 48 % RAYON 32 % NYLON 18 % POLYURETHANE 2 %
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