Studio D'Artisan Heather Long Socks

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$41.00

$33.00

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Studio D'Artisan Heather Long Socks

Colour: Light Grey

Regular Price

$41.00

$33.00

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Description

- Blend of cotton, acrylic, polyester and polyurethane.

- Bacteria and odour resistant.

- Shrink-proof.

- Fast-drying.

- Featuring SDA's pig mascot at the ankle, and the SDA branding along the side of the foot.

One size, fits approx. UK size 6-11

Made in Japan.

Size Guide

Delivery

UK Standard Delivery: Free over £100 / £2.99 under £100.
2-3 working days / Royal Mail Tracked 48. 

UK Next Day Delivery: £5.99 over £100 / £7.99 under £100.
Next working day (order before 3pm Mon-Fri exc. bank holidays) / DPD Next Day. 

EU: £7.99.
2-6 working days / Royal Mail International Tracked or DPD Classic.

Rest Of World: £14.99.
6-8 working days / Royal Mail International Tracked.

Returns

90-day no-fuss returns.
Returns in the UK are FREE.
Full refund including delivery cost, or exchange.

If you wish to return your order, we offer a full refund or an exchange if it is sent back in brand new, resaleable condition (including all tags, packaging and boxes) within 90 days.
Premium, next-day or international delivery costs cannot be refunded.

Read our full returns policy here.

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Made in Japan

Studio D'Artisan.

This is where is all began. The first of the legendary 'Osaka 5', Studio D'Artisan was founded in 1979 by Shigeharu Tagaki, a designer who had been learning his trade in France. Inspired by French workwear and especially the American jeans craze sweeping Japan in the late sixties and early seventies, Tagaki started reproducing vintage denim on old Toyada G-3 shuttle loom. Disappointed with the poor quality of mass-produced jeans which flooded the market in the 1980s, the company were soon making original denim goods, utilizing designs and productions techniques from the golden age of jeans.

It wouldn't be an overstatement to say that the company was one of the prime reasons for the explosion of interest in Japanese denim in the late nineties and early aughts. In fact, SDA claim that their flagship model 'DO-1' was the first raw selvedge jean produced, making it the granddaddy of Japanese quality denim.

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