Extremities are the hardest parts of your body to keep warm when on the bike, so it's vital to have the right kit. Merino is a great choice for socks as the wool is naturally warm, breathable, soft and even warm when wet. As a bonus, it doesn't smell too bad either. This winter-weight blend is ideal for colder conditions and anyone who feels the chill.
Endura's Baabaa Winter socks mix pure merino and acrylic to add durability. The long cuff adds insulation on your lower leg and the padded sole adds a bit of comfort for long miles in the saddle. Wear on the road, on the trail, or anywhere you please. They're a great sock for cold conditions - your toes will thank you!
We know our customers like to know exactly what they're buying; we're not going to sugar coat it, but we are going to explain it. We've divided up all of the sustainable features we've identified across our product ranges and grouped them into three so you know how your purchase is making an impact: Think Nature, Think Welfare, Think People.
The Endura Baabaa Merino Winter Sock - Grey/Black has the following sustainability attributes...
This brand partners with the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI). The ETI was founded in 1998 and works to improve working conditions in global supply chains by implementing their Base Code of labour practice, which is based on the UN’s International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) standards. They work from nine principles: employment is chosen; freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining are respected; working conditions are safe and hygienic; child labour shall not be used; living wages are paid; working hours are not excessive; no discrimination is practised; regular employment is provided; no harsh or inhumane treatment is allowed. Their remit is vast and cover industries from apparel to food and agriculture.
Find out more about the ETI here: https://www.ethicaltrade.org/.
This brand partners with ACT. ACT is a collaboration of global brands and ensures people in supply chains are paid a living wage and paid on time. They do this via collective bargaining at industry level, freedom of association and responsible purchasing practices.
Find out more about ACT here: https://actonlivingwages.com/.