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Reima

Reima Vauhtiin Socks Kids aquatic (2021)

ID: 1331710
£8.89
£4.99
- 43%
Incl. VAT, excl. shipping costs
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Size information : Normal cut

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Product Description

The Vipellys socks are lightweight without terry reinforcement and dry quickly. The socks are made of Econly Nylon. Econly Regenerated Nylon is made from rubbish rescued from landfills and oceans. Econly fibres can be recycled, reprocessed and reshaped to reduce the need for new materials.

Details

  • Econyl sock knit
  • Elastic, comfortable material
  • Care instructions:
  • Wash with items of the same colour
  • Use detergent without optical brighteners
  • Do not use fabric softener
  • Comes in 5%.
  • Normal size
  • Straight cut for normal freedom of movement
Care Instructions
Specifications
Main Information
Applicatioins: Leisure
Scope of delivery (quantity): 1 pair
Type
Low Cut  
Equipment
compression: No
thermo function: No
Padding: No padding
With ventilation slits: Fast-drying
Material
type material: Synthetic
Material: 100% polyamide
Gender
Children
Model year
2021
Product number
1331710
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