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Kite 2 Pack Knee High Socks
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Kite 2 Pack Knee High Socks


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Your little one is going to look ‘oh how cute’ adorable in these knee high animal socks. Made with 100% organic cotton, there’s a grey pair and yellow pair included in a cardboard presentation box.

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Kite 2 Pack Knee High Socks - Animal Design

Little legs look so cute in knee high socks! The little ears come up over the top of the sock, and a friendly face is underneath. Coming in a 2 pack of ochre yellow and marl grey, they’ll match so many different outfits.

Whether you make them the focal point by teaming with shorts or a dress, or use them as an extra layer in winter, you’re bound to get lots of wonderful comments about their cute socks.

They’re great for baby wearing and also for keeping legs warm when potty training!

They come packaged in a cardboard box with lid, making them an ideal little gift.

Kite make gorgeous clothes for children that are inspired by nature, kind to the planet and made with a social conscience. Designed in Dorset, Kite’s clothing has fab colourful designs, fantastic fit and will stand up to whatever your little monkey throws at it.  Each garment is made from super-soft organic cotton or eco-friendly recycled plastic bottles and made under ethical conditions. Kite clothing has achieved GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) accreditation from the Soil Association, which means that the cotton is organically grown and that everyone involved in making from the cotton grower to the sewing machinists are treated fairly.  Giving your child a green wardrobe is easy with Kite.

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