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Our knee high soft cotton charcoal slub socks are named after Yoho National Park in the Rocky Mountains of eastern British Columbia.
Features elastic only within the top stripe to permit more stretch and a more inclusive fit. Knee high height from mid-point of heel to top for Medium - 17".
These knee high socks are made on the same machines that once supplied many Canadian brands. They are manufactured in small batches in Ontario, Canada on production knitting machines from the mid 1900s as part of our Actually Made in Canada collection.
Fits approximate shoe size:
M fits women's shoe size 7-9 / Up to men's shoe size 7 1/2 / Euro 37-40
80% Cotton, 18% Nylon, 2% Elastic
Machine wash cold or warm and turn inside out if you think of it. Tumble dry on low or be good to the planet and line dry. Do not bleach, iron or dry clean.
Actually Made in Canada with yarn processed and sourced from Canada and the USA.
A general info card for our Actually Made in Canada collection is available below at no charge. To reduce waste please add to cart separately.
Online only and shipping throughout Canada, United States and now Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Our retail storefront is closed.
Generally order by noon for same business day shipping + travel time.
Canada Post is currently doing well with on-time delivery, British Columbia excepted. Orders currently with Canada Post for BC are beginning to reach their destination after delay from the flooding. Shop now, DO NOT wait for the Annual Great Shipping Logistics Crash!
Free pick-up at Perriwinkle Gift Studio (249 Wortley Rd.)
Currently open Wed to Sat 11 am to 5 pm
Order generally available next operating day. You will receive e-mail confirmation when ready for pick-up.
Perriwinkle has a small selection of our Actually Made In Canada collection on hand. To access our entire online selection you must order online. We fulfill your order and send it to Perriwinkle for you to pick-up.
Free Delivery in London $45 & over (before taxes), $5 flat rate below
Generally order by noon Mon-Fri for same day delivery, otherwise next business day.
Thank you for supporting us to keep our small business operating. Our storefront is now permanently closed as we transition our collection online with a new focus on our exclusive Actually Made in Canada sock collection.
Be safe, be well, and be kind.
Much Moose Love💜
Director of Sockology
We feature our own Actually Made in Canada sock collection created in Ontario, Canada on vintage production machines from the mid-1900s. Our new Single Word Socks and The Sockologist is IN! brands are also made here in Canada on the latest 200 needle machines with seamless toe technology and Oeko-Tex® certified organic cotton.
Our other current sock & gift brands include: Darn Tough, Native Northwest, Good Luck Socks, Blue Q, Out of Print, Main and Local, Uptown Sox, Maggie's Organics, Canned Critters, Flap Jack Kids and many others.
From avocado to zebra with corgis and llamas in between and a sprinkle of stripes on top, we have you (your feet) covered. At Purple Moose, the Sockologist is IN!
"I went Googling for a Canadian distributor of Darn Tough. I was very excited to find your Ontario based operation AND your actually made in Canada line. I'll be back!"
"Love your socks!"
"My husband is disabled due to back injury and is always cold from his pain meds. He needs to wear socks, but most socks cause pressure in his feet, which causes more pain. I've been trying to find the perfect socks for years. When I saw your socks, I thought I'd try them being cotton, I knew they would be looser but also warm. He says he is spoiled now and only wears his 4 pairs that I bought earlier this year. I figured I'd buy him 4 more for Christmas, and treat my children to some as well. Thank YOU for keeping "made in Canada" alive and well."