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Herbert Jones adds Falke men's socks to its online collection
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Apr '09
Online men's accessories store Herbert Jones, based in London, has added a range of Falke socks to its existing collection. Herbert Jones feels that Falke offer a technically superior sock that complements their existing range of designer brands such as Ted Baker, Calvin Klein, Duchamp-London.

Whilst many of the fashion houses manufacture socks in a 'one size fits all', Falke offers a range of sizes to ensure a more tailored fit. In addition, all their socks have reinforced heel and toe for improved durability. An example of Falke's attention to detail is the family sock which is anti bacterial and uses silver ions to help the sock stay fresh from morning until evening.

Herbert Jones offers both casual and dress socks from Falke, in classic and fashion colours/designs. Herbert Jones stocks classic all year round men's socks, predominantly consisting of plain colours e.g. black, grey and stone. Each season Falke releases fashionable patterns (e.g. stripes) and colours of the moment.

For spring 2009 Herbert Jones offers fashion stripes and argyle socks in a bright orange called coral rose, a vibrant red called scarlet and a Swedish blue. Falke Socks, have a large range of sock families that serve a different purpose and Herbert Jones has selected those best suited to their website, focusing mainly on the fashion designs.

The family sock is a versatile men's sock in plain colours which has a very soft feel, suitable for casual and formal wear. The shadow is a men's dress sock with a two tone ribbed effect, with a silky look. Colours include plum scarlet, indigo blue and smoke blue. La Cross, a striped fashion sock, was designed especially for Spring/Summer 09 and is made from a silk blend with a very soft and fine texture. The Summer argyle is a cotton blend men's sock that has a slightly thinner weave than their standard argyle in a choice of; orange, light blue, scarlet and charcoal.

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