Washi Pile Crew Socks - Dark Yellow
Washi Pile Crew Socks - Dark Yellow

Washi Pile Crew Socks - Dark Yellow

Regular price $22.00 Sale price$11.00 Save 50%
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Constructed using Washi (Japanese paper) yarn, these RoToTo favorites feature refreshing pile lining. Made out of natural Manila hemp fibre that is also used to make paper currency, the Washi yarn has excellent water-absorbent and moisture-wicking properties.

  • High moisture-wicking
  • Made in Japan
  • Final sale, no returns or exchanges

Materials: 45% Cotton, 35% Washi, 18% Nylon, 2% Polyurethane
Size: Fits U.S. men’s size 10-12

Tanner Goods | Mazama gladly accepts returns for refund, exchange, or store credit on unused, qualifying items within 30 days of receiving your purchase. Monogrammed items, final sale, and sample sale goods will not be eligible for returns and exchanges.

If you'd like to make a return, just head over to our Returns Center and have your order number or email address handy.

Need more info? Visit our full Returns page.

Shipping Information

Domestic Rates

For destinations in the contiguous United States we offer the following shipping options:

Standard Shipping  / 2-5 business days / $7.50 flat rate, Free over $199

  • We usually ship USPS but will use UPS for the heavy stuff
  • Orders over $199 ship free
  • Ships within 2 business days

UPS 2nd Day Air / 2-3 business days / $10 flat rate

Next day shipping is available and depends on size of package and destination.

For orders headed to Alaska and Hawai'i:

  • Orders over $199 ship free
  • Expedited shipping rates are automatically calculated during checkout and are based on actual rates.

 

International Shipping

For orders headed to Canada we offer a special flat rate through UPS.

UPS Standard to Canada / 4-7 business days / $15 US flat rate

 

For all other international orders, expedited shipping rates are automatically calculated during checkout and are based on actual rates.

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