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Frostfire launches range of stink free socks
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May '09
Copalife, the leading manufacturer of anti-fungal and anti-bacteria textiles launches a range of stink free socks.

Frostfire plans to make smelly socks a thing of the past by offering Copalife socks that can be worn for weeks on end without any smell.

“People have been wearing the same socks for over two weeks and the socks still do not smell. By wearing the socks people have also seen an improvement in Athletes Foot. This is because the Copalife technology is stopping the fungus and bacteria that cause feet to smell and fungus to grow.” says Adrian Tooke, founder of Frostfire's Copalife brand.

Copalife's technology is based on incorporating copper into textiles, which subsequently offers anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal properties. The Copalife socks are very versatile and offer a broad spectrum of benefits including help with allergies, itchy skin and with fungal infection.

The intrinsic properties of Copalife socks mean they require minimal washing and at a low temperature.

Having socks that can stay fresh for weeks at a time not only reduces washing costs but also helps to reduce the carbon footprint.

By using nano technology Copalife have been able to produce socks at a similar price to existing socks on the market.

Frostfire Ltd


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