Derived from botanic origins, our all-natural plant dyed socks are dyed using an ultrasonic method to ensure color fastness and sustained vibrancy. Using liquid dyes made from organic crops, we are able to significantly reduce waste water, emissions and energy use.
From acorns to vibrant florals, learn where our plant-based dyes are sourced from. No heavy metals, no petrochemicals – just naturally-sourced botanicals that produce beautiful, natural, earthy colors.
A flowering plant native to the steppe and desert zones of the Caucasus, Central Asia to Eastern Siberia and Western Asia.
Also called Brazilwood, Sappanwood is an old-world dye producing warm to crimson reds, depending on the preparation.
Both the cap and nut can be used to create natural dyes in a variety of shades of brown due to the rich level of tannins in acorns.
Madder root is one of the oldest natural dyes and has been used for many centuries in Turkey, Iran and India, for the production of beautiful carpets and wall hangings.
Found in North and South China, Saphora Flower produces yellowish and/or green pigments when extracted from the flower of Sophia trees.
Light Gradient Pressure Technology Compression: 15-20 mmHg
MERGE4 socks are designed with gradient pressure technology, meaning gradual compression starts at the ankle and goes up the leg. This ensures maximum comfort and effectiveness, boosting circulation and increasing healthy blood flow. At a light, non-medical level of 15-20 mmHg compression our socks are designed for everyday wear and situations, from lounging to working out or hopping on a flight to flying down a mountain bike trail!
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