Cashmere Socks - Prussian Blue

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  • Cashmere Socks - Prussian Blue
  • Cashmere Socks - Prussian Blue
  • Cashmere Socks - Prussian Blue
  • Cashmere Socks - Prussian Blue
  • Cashmere Socks - Prussian Blue

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Cashmere socks. The last word in luxury and the ultimate treat for your feet.

It’s no secret Scottish Cashmere is the best in the world.  Ours is spun on the banks of Loch Leven in Kinross, Scotland by the legendary Todd & Duncan.  For over 150 years they’ve used the soft, pure waters of the loch in preparing the finest grade of sustainably-sourced Mongolian cashmere for leading fashion houses worldwide. It’s a world away from the low-grade, mass-produced cashmere fibre found on the high street.

Our cashmere socks are then traditionally knitted for us, with hand-linked toes – the old fashioned way, for maximum comfort – in a little family run mill in the Scottish Borders.  They may be small, but they produce some of the finest luxury socks in the world.

They have just a wee drop of lycra and nylon for the perfect fit and extra durability, and after they’ve been washed for the first time, the cashmere fibres will ‘bloom’ and your socks will become even softer and softer the more you wear them.

Beautifully boxed for easy gifting.

  • 95% Scottish Cashmere, 3% Nylon, 2% Lycra
  • Spun & traditionally knitted in Scotland, with hand-linked toes for extra comfort
  • Sustainable, renewable and biodegradable natural fibre
  • Incredibly light, yet supremely warm
  • Hypoallergenic, antibacterial & odour resistant
  • Superior breathability & moisture wicking
  • Perfect temperature regulation, all year round
  • Naturally fire retardant
  • Cool hand-wash only

Our relaxed-fit, luxurious Cashmere Socks are perfect for lounging (stylishly!) at home, wearing with slippers or keeping your toes cosy in bed - but you can also wear them day to day if you're feeling extra posh!

CLICK HERE for care instructions

CLICK HERE for EU/US size conversions

 

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CIORA SLIPPERS SIZING

 

It's not always easy to choose footwear without trying it on, or when buying for others. Sizing can be confusing - there's no single industry standard size conversion in use, sizing can vary from brand to brand, and many people take different sizes depending on the brand and style of shoe.

We've done our best to give accurate sizing conversions through a lot of research, comparison with other major brands and customer feedback.

Generally we advise choosing the size you usually take in other footwear, rather than sizing up, as most of our customers find our slippers run pretty true to size. Our footwear is made in full EU sizes, and our UK sizing is determined against that.  You may find it useful, therefore, to check the EU sizing on your other footwear and be guided by that. 

General fitting advice:

  • If you find you mostly take a half-UK size in different shoe brands/types, we normally advise that unless you have feet which are very wide, or are prone to swelling, or have significant foot changes such as bunions, you consider going down the half size.  This advice works for most people.  However, if any of the above factors apply – or if you intend to wear thick socks with your slippers, then we advise sizing up.
  • It’s normal for our eco-tanned, natural sheepskin slippers to feel a little tight on first wearing – but the thick sheepskin wool lining will very quickly settle around and support your feet, and the soft suede will relax, giving more room after a short while.  There is a lot more give with our sheepskin than there is in slippers made from synthetic materials or outdoor shoes, and the sheepskin suede is very soft.  Soft-soled styles will tend to give a little more than hard-soled styles, and will be more accommodating once they relax.
  • Our non-itchy sheepskin wool linings and insoles will wick moisture away from your skin, leaving your feet warm and dry in winter, cool and dry in summer.  We advise wearing them barefoot so that you can fully enjoy the benefits of this wonderful material. The fleece won't normally get stinky (like synthetic materials or trainers will) because of its antibacterial and antifungal properties.

** Our Sula Sheepskin slide slippers are a slightly neater fit than the rest of our range - so if you're usually a half-size in a shoe, we recommend choosing the next size UP in Sula **

 

Every pair of our slippers are hand-made, so our stated sizes reflect sizing as accurately as possible.

 Children’s Slippers

UK

EU

6 – 6.5

23

7.5 – 8

25

9 – 9.5

27

10 – 10.5

28

11 – 12

30

13 – 13.5

32

1.5 – 2

34

3 – 3.5

36

 

Adult Slippers

UK

EU

3 – 3.5

36

4 – 4.5

37

5

38

6

39

7

40

7.5

41

8

42

9

43

9.5 - 10

44

10.5

45

11 – 11.5

46

 

CIORA MITTENS SIZING

Ciora mitten measurement diagramYou should measure hand length from level of wristbone to tip of middle finger, and width across the middle of the palm (below the four fingers and above the thumb, as in the diagram).

The mitten dimensions given below are the OUTSIDE measurements of the product - we advise adding an extra 2cm onto your hand measurements when choosing the correct size.

As all our mittens are handmade, there may be slight variations of a few millimetres; our stated sizes reflect the size as accurately as possible. 

 Children’s Mittens

SIZE

APPROX AGE

APPROX LENGTH

APPROX WIDTH

Small

6 - 18 months

Cuff Up = 3cm / Cuff Down = 17cm

8 cm

Medium

2 - 4 years

Cuff Up = 16cm / Cuff Down = 19cm

8.5 cm

Large

4 - 6 years

Cuff Up = 17cm / Cuff Down = 21cm

9 cm

X-Large 6 - 8 years Cuff Up = 18.5cm / Cuff Down = 21.5cm 10 cm

 

Adult Mittens

SIZE

APPROX LENGTH

APPROX WIDTH

Small

Cuff Up – 23 cm / Cuff Down – 29 cm

11 cm

Medium

Cuff Up – 23.5 cm / Cuff Down – 29.5 cm

11.5 cm

Large

Cuff Up – 25 cm / Cuff Down – 31 cm

12 cm

 

CIORA BABY BOOTIE SIZING

You should measure your child's feet from back of heel to end of longest toe, and across the widest part of the foot (ball of the foot), making sure to allow at least 1-1.5cm of growth room over and above the foot length. Measure both feet, and size shoes for the larger foot.

All dimensions given are for the outside length and width of the Bootie sole, and you may find this a more accurate guide to sizing than the average age listed - babies don't come in a standard size after all (though they're all gorgeous of course!).

As all our booties are hand-made, there may be slight variations of a couple of millimetres; our stated sizes reflect the size as accurately as possible.

Baby Booties

APPROX AGE

SOLE LENGTH

SOLE WIDTH

3 - 6 months

12 cm

5.5 cm

6 - 12 months

12.7 cm

5.8 cm