lillster peace out knee high socks
Lillster and Kidslikekim has made a mini limited edition collection for all you awesome explorers out there. Anna Norin and her illustrations with Japanese playful influences, together with Lillsters retro design becomes a match made in heaven. If you do not mind me saying it myself? Come hang with us in the magical and playful world of Lillster and Kidslikekim.
90% cotton, 10% lycra (OEKO_TEX certified).
Designed in Sweden.
Made in Turkey.
Lillster antislip on sizes 16-21 + 22-27 (6 months - 4 years). Oeko tex certified, free from Phataltes.
Lillster tube socks are Oeko-tex certified. The socks are designed in Sweden. Produced in Sweden and Turkey. Since both companies are Swedish, we have full insight into working conditions and policies. We have assigned the socks our own quality logotype, "Heart Lover", which stands for environmental awareness and caring about its wearer.
Lillster antislip is available in sizes 16-21 + 22-27, Oeko-tex is certified and free from Phthalates.
We have chosen to start a collaboration with, in addition to our factory in Sweden, a factory in Turkey. The factory is Oeko-tex certified. In this way we can ensure that the socks do not contain any harmful substances and that working conditions are good. Here we can make the entire stocking at one and the same factory, thus avoiding unnecessary shipping factories.
Why also produce in Turkey?
- We meet our customers' demand for more socks with antislip.
- We raise the quality a further snap and extend its life span.
- We now make the entire sock in the same factory, which minimizes unnecessary freight.
The biggest climate thief is consumption and above all overconsumption. Everybody still needs socks. If you buy good socks you can have them for a long time, sell or give to another explorer. You do not throw away a Lillster sock. It's like throwing away a soul. Each Lillster sock has its very own personality and its own saga. This is because we want to make the socks fun for the kids, but also because we want to highlight that things do not necessarily need to be soulless stuff that we throw away faster than the blink of an eye. This, we think, is a way to a more conscious consumption where you buy great things that you actually need.