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Due to subtle differences in each skein of yarn, these socks are truly one of a kind. The socks pictured above are used as a prop; you will not receive this exact pair, although the colors and the patterns will be almost identical. If you need pictures of the exact pair, please send me a convo.

This particular pair of socks is made with two slightly different dye lots so the two socks vary in coloration. For that reason the price is discounted slightly. Please see the fourth photo above to see this specific pair.

These cozy, toe-less, heal-less socks are perfect to wear to a yoga, dance, or pilates class to keep warm and prevent slipping, or even to wear to a pedicure during those cold winter months! You can even throw on some flip-flops and wear them out on a lazy summer morning.

They are knitted with a 50% superwash wool/25% Nylon/25% Bamboo blend. Machine wash warm and dry flat. The color is called "aquamarine", but consists of blue and green stripes. One size fits the average woman.

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Toeless Yoga Socks Hand Knit in Aquamarine Green Blue Stripes Pedicure Pilates Dance


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 50 percent wool, 25 percent nylon, 25 percent bamboo
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 177 reviews
  • Favorited by: 172 people