Tizz & Tonic Recycled Socks aren’t going to get lost at the bottom of your sock draw. In fact, you’ll be missing them every time they aren’t on your feet because well, these socks are extra plushy and great for many sock-wearing occasions. A timeless design that’s perfect for peeping over a pair of high-top sneakers or for those slip-and-slidin’ kitchen dance parties.
With these socks, anything is possible.
Plus you’ll be pretty pleased to know that these socks were created by using textile waste as a raw material. That’s right - instead of textile waste making its way to landfill or incineration, it was diverted from discard and recycled into a pair of perfectly awesome socks.
You can read all about that here.
Dress sustainably from head-to-toe and keep your feet happy when you slip into a pair of our Recycled Tennis Socks.
Source: TIZZ & TONIC
85% Upcycled cotton and other fibers
12% Regenerated Polyamide
The story of Tizz & Tonic reads like a movie; it was founded by two sisters who grew up in a glass studio in a small artists' village in Ontario, Canada. One went off to study fashion and the other biology with a focus on sustainability. They eventually moved to Germany where they founded their Tizz & Tonic brand; where they combine their talents and passion.
Locally produced: Except for the socks, Tizz & Tonic's items are made in their own studio in Bremen, Germany. The socks are made in a small factory in Bulgaria and the materials in a workshop in Turkey.
Eco-friendly: the factories in Bulgaria and Turkey are GOTS, GRS and OEKO-TEX certified. For their own studio, Tizz & Tonic offsets their carbon footprint.
In the majority of their designs, Tizz & Tonic uses micro modal, an extra fine form of Modal that is mainly produced in Europe and originates from a sustainably cultivated forest. In addition, they use materials like organic cotton, recycled polyamide and ROICA; one of the first 100% biodegradable stretch materials!
Lastly, the brand follows the principles of slow fashion and their products are made-to-order to prevent overproduction.
Fair production: the brand has its own studio in Bremen, where they supervise good and safe working conditions. In the factories in Bulgaria and Turkey, in addition to their own audits, there are also independent audits to ensure good and safe working conditions.
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