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Lamington Crew Socks Cannon

NZ $18.95 NZ $11.37
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NZ made Merino wool socks

Like a pirate out at sea "Fire in the hole" (Fire the cannons).
Your little pirate will love these Navy with Rust coloured spots crew length merino socks!

Once you use Lamington socks you will never go back! The high quality and super soft Merino wool is cosy on delicate skin.


  • Made in New Zealand with fine merino wool
  • Little feet and legs stay snuggly and warm
  • Bright, colourful, stylish and fun 
  • Sizes knitted into every pair so no confusion over whose are whose!
  • 70% Merino

Care Instructions

Wool wash. 
Do not tumble dry.
Protect your Lamington Socks by washing with a Lamington Laundry Bag


About Lamingtons

The Lamington™ journey began back in 2005 by an Auckland mum, Sarah, who originally started it as a kids' t-shirt brand! But fed up with baby socks that were too short and wouldn't stay up or stay on, Sarah embarked on a mission to find the perfect sock for her daughters.

It proved to be a fruitless search. Sarah soon realised that Kiwi parents lacked a practical, comfortable, well-made alternative to the cheaper bulk buy socks. And so she took matters into her own hands.

In 2008 she added a sock line to supplement her t-shirts during the winter months. Demand for the socks very quickly revealed Sarah wasn't alone in her search, so she ceased production of the t-shirts to focus on her Lamington™ socks.


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