New Central Library Window Pattern Sock
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These monochromatic New Central Library-inspired socks were created in collaboration with Friday Sock Co. The pattern is inspired by the design of the exterior curtain wall of the landmark building, which is scheduled to open in 2018.
These socks are available for a limited time, and a limited number have been produced. Purchase yours today to celebrate the New Central Library, which will become the heart of our city’s library system.
Looking for a pair that are a little more colourful? Check out our Colourful New Central Library Window Sock, which features the Calgary Public Library’s brand colours of turquoise, teal and yellow.
Men's 7 - 12 US/CAN
Women's 8 - 13
EUR 39 - 46
85% Egyptian Combed Cotton
Designed in Canada
Made in ITALY
Produced using OKEO-TEX®* certified Egyptian Combed Cotton
Expertly sewn Rosso Toe Link
Yarn blend extending throughout the top cuff for extra durability and comfort
Reinforced Heel & Toe
*The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is a comprehensive, third-party testing and certification system for textile products at all stages of production. Textiles can only be certified if all components meet the specified requirements. Test criteria are updated annually and go far beyond existing legal regulations.