Production of men’s socks made in Italy

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Production of men’s socks made in Italy

They could be classified only as a detail but there is always a time when even the details make the difference, it is the case of men’s socks, packed with quality yarns, have now gained ground in Italy, here is a mini guide with All you have to know about choosing the perfect stockings and how to orientate them in their use and care to make them last longer.

The title is the length of the yarn that is obtained from a gram of raw material, for example, behind a 1/90 title there is a gram of cotton from which 90 yards of yarn have been obtained. The higher the title, the slimmer the stocking. The yarn may be simple or twisted, or twisted and coupled to another thread. A pair of socks produced by two paired yarns will be more resistant than one with a single yarn, with the same title as the yarn.

The grip, this is touch tip touching it should not feel anything, if it feels a small thickness it is a machine stitch, done after the stocking has come out of the open tip working. For many, this thickness can be annoying, so prefer the hand-paired socks (a hand-made operation with a self-tapping machine), more expensive but offering more comfort, synthetic fibers were more widespread nowadays Popular even by us.

Cotton socks, the most prized cotton wool in Scotland, is lightweight, durable, absorbs and disperses heat and natural perspiration and is especially irresistible.

Another valuable fiber is the Makò, a long-fiber cotton of Egyptian origin. For winter there is the Winter Cotton yarn, more suitable for the cold season as more often.

Woolen stockings are indicated for winter, but also wool and cotton blends, or wool and silk.

Hot cashmere or camel socks, but they are consumed before, buy cashmere and silk so the stocking life will lengthen.

Precious and delicate silk stockings, to be treated with care, reserved for evening or summer.

Linen stocking also this is a summer stocking, often made in blend with cotton.

There are socks in cotton and woolen outerwear to have the benefits of both fibers, or with cotton and nylon outerwear that makes them more durable.

Abroad is popular with the unique size that leverages the elasticity of synthetic fibers and simplifies distribution. Stockings made with the best materials, however, need the right fit.
In fact, if the stocking is too tight, it hurts, the yarn threads are stressed and therefore are more susceptible to breakage, but if the stocking is too long, it creates creases inside the shoe and discomfort to the wearer, then Friction and therefore wear.

The short stocking that arrives above the malleol is greatly appreciated abroad, for example, by Germans, Belgians and Americans.

The average stocking, with the advent of synthetic fibers, able to support the stocking, The long stocking under the knee is the one to point to being unobtrusive.

Models that are easier to find are knitted or chiffon knitted. They are stockings of varying lengths, the vanis socks use a different or contrasting yarn, embroidered or embroidery effect, inlaid stockings or knit stockings, with a knit obtained by joining Woven fabrics with different colors of Scotland origin, the British call them Argyle, embroidered socks, fancy stockings, sponge socks produced with tubular system, no heels, for sport use.

Even here is a distinction: the most precious are with soft toe and heel. In any case: Sponge socks better reserve it for sports.

Take care of wearing a sock: do not pull it from the top end (called cuff) but pick it up on the sides and then stretch it a little at a time. In short, as women do with tights, do not wear wet socks, not too small ones, no shoes with defects that can ruin them, also pay attention to the nails that need to be cured to prevent possible knitting.

Follow the label for the washing instructions to avoid a miniature stocking. Usually a cotton sock can shrink at the first wash, then it remains unchanged. For a pure wool stocking there is danger of inflaming and pilling (the appearance of fiber balls on the surface): wash thoroughly following the instructions. Generally the best thing for the most prestigious models is hand wash (for cashmere, for example, with neutral soap) and manufacturers usually recommend not to drum, iron, or bleach.