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HJ Hall Softtop: Brown: HJ934: Cotton Rich Herringbone
H.J. Hall Softtop: Taupe: HJ934: Cotton Rich Herringbone
Softop: Classic Herringbone
Every foot should know the quality and comfort of a Softop sock.
 
Lightweight cool cotton, non-binding top, herringbone pattern throughout
 
Fits Shoe Sizes:
Men's 6 7 8 9 10 11
Application: Casual, Diabetic, Dress
Width: Standard
Height: Crew
Construction: Elastic free
Fiber: 80% Cotton, 20% Polyamide
Price: $14
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 Soft-Top Socks: Brown: HJ934: Cotton Rich Herringbone Brown   
 Softop: Taupe: HJ934: Cotton Rich Herringbone Taupe   
These stylish Soft-Top socks are available in variety of colors.
Comfort Zones
Look closely at the carefully chosen material for these Soft-Top quality socks.
Mouse over comfort zones for details
An impressive array of HJ Hall machines make these high quality Softop socks.
Sock Science
Carefully chosen fibers make these high quality HJ Hall Softop socks.
Herringbone knitting of this quality is almost a lost art -- but our craftsmen still produce this challenging pattern everyday in our 125-year-old factory in mid-country England. Consider matching these hard-to-find socks with your best shoes for a sophisticated statement.
Reach out at "touch" this sock for a detailed view of why they fit as well as they look.
Comfort Zones
Cuff - Patented relaxation panels contract vertically, thus these socks stay up comfortably all day without leaving marks on your legs or restricting circulation
Pattern - This attractive pattern is the result of old world crafstmanship not often found, even in the finest stores
Instep - Pattern across instep looks right with low loafers
Toe - Placing this thin toe seam on the top, not the front, of the sock reduces pressure on your toes
The HJ Hall company of the United Kingdom has been manufacturing high quality hosiery since 1882.
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 Softop® Socks are manufactured by HJ Hall which was established in 1882.