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9x2 Ribbed Knee High Socks M

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SKU: 06217032812

Standard socks ideal for professional or formal environments, treated against bacteria and odors. Their neat appearance is suitable for daily wear or special occasions.


A product appreciated by our customers for many years
A standard Tabio model for business people

Despite the firmness of the fabric, the softness and feel of the socks when you put them on your feet is incomparable, a true quality feel. These socks are carefully knitted with a fine, delicate silky yarn for the outer thread, and a stretchy support thread on the inside, using a special technique that can only be done in our exclusive factory.
The yarn is anti-bacterial and odour resistant in all seasons. Available in classic colours to match your suit.

Tabio standard series

This "Business" model is the result of our search for maximum comfort for your feet. The original polyurethane backing gives it a perfect fit, a firm fabric and a very soft feel. The outer thread is made of silk yarn for an elegant sheen and softness on the foot.
These socks are suitable for professional use, as they are comfortable even when wearing leather shoes for long hours.

Perfect for various occasions

Our 9x2 ribbed business socks are neither too thin nor too thick, with a stylish, brilliant fabric.

The quality feel of your feet

When you walk or sit, the slightest glance at your feet is enough to create a quality atmosphere. The perfect choice for special occasions or everyday business.


"Hand linking", down to the last detail

The toes are re-stitched one by one by our craftsmen to prevent the seams from fraying. The seams are therefore flat so that you can wear your shoes without feeling any discomfort.



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