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Member News: Waring Brooke launch new personalised country boot socks

Waring Brooke Country Flag boot socks made in UK

British Knitwear brand, Waring Brooke, are proud to announce the launch of additional designs to their much-loved boot sock collection

Following the launch of their popular Union Jack boot socks, Waring Brooke has expanded their range to cover flags of all the countries in the UK. Ideal for Christmas, the new Flag design creates the perfect patriotic look that allows you to proudly show off your heritage. True to the brand’s style, these socks can also be personalised too!

Made from a blend of Merino wool yarn, these hard-wearing, unisex socks have a cushioned foot with a ribbed leg to ensure they stay up all day long. Add up to four letters and Waring Brooke will send them out on next day delivery. There is no doubt as to who is the king of the field with these socks.

Waring Brooke supports the slow fashion movement, putting the emphasis back on quality and British made products. The collections are made using quality yarns, sourced from just an hour away in Leicestershire. 

Waring Brooke Country Flag boot socks made in UK

There is zero wastage in producing the collections, as everything is made to order. The studio where everything is designed and made is based on a biomass power plant in rural Nottinghamshire, so all energy used in the production of garments and accessories is clean. The power plant also supplies the majority of the power for the midlands – making them a sustainable choice! 

Whatever the last months of the shooting season may look like this year, why not refresh your kit with a pair of Waring Brooke’s boot socks. I’d be delighted to send over any hi-res imagery if any of these items are suitable for anything you’re currently working on. 

These new flag socks will be available to purchase from Friday the 12th via the Waring Brooke website.

Find out more about Waring Brooke here.

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