The traditional material of socks. Cotton is a natural fiber that has been spun, woven, and dyed since prehistoric times – and not without a reason. Cotton is known as a strong, long lasting material and is also thermally conductive. The Pandala compression socks with cotton have a high content of cotton to provide you with a comfortable softness and the best support to your legs and feet.
A natural material that is historically used only for structural elements, but in recent years a range of technologies have been developed allowing bamboo fiber to be used in a wide range of textiles. Bamboo is known for its absorbency and amazing softness against the skin – Pandala compression socks with bamboo are no exception! The bamboo fabrics have channels, so they absorb moisture, and wick it away from the skin, keeping your feet cool and dry.
One of the main components, giving the elastic properties of Pandala compression products. Lycra has an excellent recovery performance so that the socks can keep their shape. It is a very popular synthetic fiber, produced by the company DuPont since 1962. Lycra is trademark registered by INVISTA.
The CoolMax fabric is developed for an active lifestyle. Our Pandala Coolmax socks ensures to transport moisture away from the foot so that it remains dry and has an antimicrobial surface absorbing odours. Other useful properties include resistance to fading, shrinking and wrinkling.
The Pandala compression socks with Dri Release are extremely comfortable to wear at high temperatures. Dri Release will keep your feet dry 4 times faster than cotton.
Microfiber enjoy continued popularity, with both men and women. This complex fiber composed of polyester and polyamide has a very soft touch and adds an extraordinary comfort to the final product. Our travel compression socks are a fine example of these characteristics.
A synthetic fiber that is used along with Elastane/Lycra to produce a thread with extraordinary strength and softness, an advantage you will experience with the Pandala socks products. Polyamide is used in the manufacturing of compression hosiery in various versions.