GANADO - There were traditionally designed blankets up until the 1930s in the Ganado region of Arizona. This CHUP design is among our most popular from our archives of Native American styles. A spec-dyed recycled yarn is used to further enhance the expression of this design.
These socks use combed cotton yarn, which is a very soft version of regular cotton. Combed cotton doesn't have any impurities or short protruding threads, is stronger than regular cotton, and is made by treating the cotton fibers before they are spun into yarn.
I love Chup socks, but the Mediums seem to be bigger now. I wear a womens 9.5 or 40 Euro, and have normally ordered Mediums in Chup, but going forward I will buy Smalls if I order again. The return policy is kind of annoying because I could tell right away these were going to be too big, and hoped they’d shrink in the wash but they did not (which is normally a good thing!) I also got a pair of wool socks that were just as big, and another cotton sock that seemed to be more correct; if in doubt, measure the length of a sock that fits and err on the small side since they do provide the cm and these were technically within the size range according to their chart, but they were as long as they could be without being a large; so I would recommend going this route rather than looking at the actual recommended shoe sizes.
Finally I’ve found some socks that are quality and look amazing. Ready to order more!
warm and nice designs
Have bought Chup socks for my sons for past 6 years! They love them. It is only now that the ones purchased in 2014 needed a refresh. Wonderful cookies, material & designs.
Since I found out about Chup Socks they are my go to for fall winter socks,,love the patterns