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Herbert Jones offers Burlington Socks
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May '09
Herbert Jones, an online men's accessories store, has launched a range of Burlington Socks on its website. The addition of Burlington socks demonstrates a commitment from Herbert Jones to offer specialist sock brands, which already includes Falke.

They believe the argyle pattern has a role to play in contemporary fashion, and Burlington has a well established reputation for argyle socks. They are particularly keen to offer bold colours for which the Burlington brand has become famous for.

Herbert Jones, a London based accessories web-store, offers international brands but has a particular interest in British products (such as Duchamp-London). Herbert Jones views Burlington is a significant British brand that represents cool Brit style.

In 2008 Burlington was acquired by Falke who have used their high quality manufacturing techniques for a technically superior and longer lasting men's sock. Herbert Jones offers the Acrylic Extra Soft and original Cotton men's sock from Burlington, in both classic and seasonal colours (all feature the metal clip).

The Acrylic extra soft has a slightly woolly texture, made from 75% acrylic, and 25% Polyamide. The addition of acrylic offers a more vibrant colour shade, the signature look for Burlington. The sock is designed with quality and durability in mind, with ankle splicing and a reinforced sole.

Herbert Jones currently offers the extra soft men's sock in classic colours such as grey, navy and brown, and will be adding seasonal colours for Autumn (including the hunter green). The Burlington original cotton sock is made from mercerised cotton for a silky look which is soft to the touch (made from 85% cotton and 15% polyamide). Herbert Jones stocks the original cotton sock in classic and Spring colours which includes a bight magenta and a navy/green.

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