Pima cotton is a type of high-quality cotton known for its long staple fibers, which contribute to its softness, durability, and luxurious feel. It's primarily grown in the United States, Peru, and a few other countries with suitable climates. Pima cotton is often used in premium clothing and linens due to its exceptional quality. Check our: Pima Cotton Compression Socks


ja-vie merino wool products are made from the wool of Merino sheep, which are known in for producing exceptionally fine and soft wool fibers. Merino wool is prized for its natural properties, including moisture-wicking, temperature regulation, and odor resistance. Merino wool socks are popular for outdoor activities, hiking, and everyday wear due to their comfort, warmth, and performance benefits.

ja-vie sources our merino wool from RWS Merino Wool supplier. The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is a global standard that addresses the welfare of sheep and the land they graze on. RWS-certified Merino wool ensures that the sheep are treated ethically and that environmental stewardship practices are followed in the wool production process. RWS certification provides assurance to consumers that the wool they are purchasing comes from farms that prioritize animal welfare and sustainability. Check our: Rich Merino Wool Compression Socks, Lightweight Merino Wool Compression Socks, Merino Performance Socks.


Copper ion infused socks are socks that have been treated with copper ions during the manufacturing process. The infusion of copper ions into the fabric is believed to offer various benefits, including anti-microbial properties, odor control, and potentially even enhanced circulation. Copper has natural antimicrobial properties, which can help reduce the growth of odor-causing bacteria on the skin. As a result, copper ion infused socks are often marketed as odor-resistant and hygienic, making them popular among athletes and individuals with foot-related issues. Check our: Copper Socks


Nanofront grip yarn is a type of yarn made from ultrafine fibers with nanoscale dimensions, typically used in the production of grip-enhancing materials for various applications such as sports equipment, gloves, and socks. These yarns are engineered to provide superior grip, abrasion resistance, and durability due to their unique structure and surface properties. Nanofront grip yarns are often used in high-performance products where a strong and reliable grip is essential, such as in sports like tennis, golf, and cycling. Check our: Grip Performance Compression Socks