ZKANO ALICE POLKA DOT ANKLET NAVYRegular price $17.00 Save $-17.00
Zkano's Alice polka dot women’s anklet socks add a subtle touch of whimsy to any outfit. These comfortable women's anklet socks are made in the U.S.A. using certified organic cotton that's grown, spun and dyed entirely in the southern united states.
quality materials. sustainable process.
choosy. meticulous. uncompromising. when it comes to Zkano's materials and manufacturing, these all apply. They start with the highest quality materials, like organic cotton that is dyed with low-impact dyes. Their certified organic cotton is grown on farms in the southern U.S.A. by farmers they actually know. After harvest the cotton travels to the carolinas where it is spun and dyed before arriving at their mill in Alabama.
Zkano knits socks in very small batches at their family owned and operated mill. Their team of ten (including mom and dad) run the manufacturing process from start to finish and because their entire operation is under one roof they're able to constantly monitor quality through each step of the process, minimize waste and deliver a stellar product. They do it all because they know a better process makes a better sock.
Zkano likes to keep it all close to home. Their packaging, labels and marketing materials are printed within a small radius of their mill in Alabama and Georgia.
giving and recycling. Zkano's irregular socks are donated to homeless shelters and community organizations in Alabama.
Zkano has some socks that are not fit for donations, these, along with any manufacturing waste, are repurposed or recycled. When recycled, these are transformed into fiber used for carpet padding in the automotive industry.
- made in Alabama, U.S.A.
- seamless toe closure
- reinforced heel and toe construction for extra durability
- knit with combed organic cotton and dyed with low-impact dyes
- foot hugging fit
- retains shape & elasticity over time
- comprised of 66% certified organic combed cotton, 32% nylon and 2% elastic
- manufactured in small batches at the family mill in Fort Payne, Alabama from organic cotton grown on U.S. farms, spun and dyed with low-impact dyes in the carolinas.