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Scott-Nichol Socks

Scott-Nichol

Scott-Nichol Socks

Scott-Nichol Socks specialise in heritage English men's socks, all made in England to the highest standard. Premium made in England socks, Scott-Nichol are designed with the modern man in mind. With a heritage steeped in outdoor pursuits and country retreats, Scott-Nichol are as equally at home in the city. Whether walking through city streets or country lanes, Scott-Nichol's range of fine and heavy knit socks will ensure you do it in style! Featured in the range currently are Scott-Nichol striped socks, drawing on thier heritage of Rugby and sports fashion as well as unique intarsia knit socks. With patterns such as foxes, motorbikes, cars, golfers and more, these make great gift ideas. For this season, Scott-Nichol's range also features some heavy gauge thick socks in a retro chunky knit, ideal for walking and for staying cosy in winter months! 

Originally founded in the 1930s by John Scott-Nichol in Shepshed on the edge of Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire, England, Scott-Nichol socks was aquired by the Hall family in 2006. The Hall family's heritage was in British made socks since 'Honest John' Hall started making hosiery in 1882. Since 2006 all Scott-Nichol socks have been made in the family owned factory on Hallaton Street, Leiecester, England - the home of the iconic Pantherella Fine English Sock brand. 

Scott-Nichol source outstanding natural fibres to create unique and distinctive men's socks. Every Scott-Nichol pair of socks is hand finished and renowned for exceptional comfort and durability for more active situations. Scott-Nichol wool socks are knitted from a blend of virgin wool, taken from the sheep's first shearing, and nylon for added fit and longevity. Scott-Nichol cotton socks are knitted from super soft ringspun cotton blended with nylon for elasticity, fit and durabilty.

 

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