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Ethical Brand Spotlight: Peper Harow For Sustainable Socks | AD

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With dropping temperatures and rapidly increasing energy prices, all of a sudden the humble pair of socks is having a moment. Many of us are now looking to upgrade our sock drawers, to ensure our toes stay cosy and warm all autumn and winter long.

If you are looking to upgrade your holey or mismatched socks, or are looking for some gift inspiration for your loved ones, then make sure you put Peper Harow on your radar this winter. Making organic and recycled socks all made in the UK – its socks are pure luxury for your feet.

Introducing Peper Harow

Founded in 2013, Peper Harow makes the highest quality socks for both men and women, in unique and fashionable designs you’ll want to show off.

Peper Harow is passionate about creating only the best pairs of socks. Its dedicated team works with state-of-the-art knitting technology to create socks so comfortable you’ll never want to wear any other socks again.

Each pair of socks then goes through no less than five quality control checks throughout the manufacturing process to ensure that each pair meets Peper Harow’s quality standards. And as a testament to the quality of its socks, each pair of socks comes with a one-year guarantee. In the unlikely event your socks develop a fault within one year, Peper Harow will replace the socks with the same or a similar pair.

Sustainability Is Key

Peper Harow also takes pride in ensuring its practices work proactively towards sustainability. Every single pair of socks is made ethically right here in the UK (in West Sussex, to be exact). Meanwhile, many socks in the collection are made using the finest organic cotton or recycled cotton for a lower impact on the environment.

The organic cotton used by Peper Harow is fully certified as organic by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). This independent certification ensures that the product is made using organic cotton that has been grown sustainably while also providing safe and fair working conditions for farmers.

Meanwhile, the recycled cotton Peper Harow uses is certified by the Global Recycled Standard (GRS). This independent certification guarantees that the finished product contains a high percentage of recycled materials. It also ensures that the product has been made responsibly and ethically, with care taken to reduce any harmful impact of production on people and the environment.

All in all, you can be sure that when you buy your socks from Peper Harow, they won’t leave a hefty footprint on the planet.

Put Your Best Foot Forward

As well as Peper Harow’s ethical and sustainable features, there’s a lot more to love about this British sock brand.

For a start, comfort is key. Peper Harrow has done away with the toe seam – that thick seam at the end of the socks. This makes its socks incredibly comfortable to wear – with no more annoying seams irritating or rubbing on your toes while wearing shoes. This gives you the most comfortable fit, regardless of the type of shoe you are wearing or the activity you are taking part in. 

And this move isn’t just about comfort – removing the toe seam also cleverly improves the lifespan of the socks. This means your socks will last longer than standard socks.

Meanwhile, the wide range of unique designs, in bespoke colours means your feet can make a real statement. From sports socks to trainer socks, to plain, patterned or striped socks, and even fun festive print socks, there’s something for every preference.

Size-wise, Peper Harow socks come in one size. They have enough stretch to fit all foot measurements from UK 6 – 13 for men and UK 3 – 8 for women.

New to Peper Harow? You can take 20% off your order when you sign up for the Peper Harow mailing list. This is a great opportunity to stock up on socks for yourself or to gift to others. Peper Harow doesn’t send out emails that often, so your inbox won’t be barraged with emails!

You can also follow along with Peper Harow on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

Cleaning out your drawers? Do also check out my uses for old socks to help avoid textile waste.

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