Bamboo Health Socks – With Charcoal to Size 18

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Loose fit at the calf helps circulation – Recommended for Diabetics

If you are a Lawn Bowler – you can get Licenced Socks too for Competition Days 

Bamboo Charcoal Fibre has the advantage of absorbing toxins through the soles of your feet. In a similar way charcoal absorbs toxins when administered as an oral poisoning antidote. Its loosely fitting top is totally non-restrictive to circulation and is therefore suitable for diabetics or people with circulation problems. Another health benefit of the charcoal is that it re-radiates far infrared rays which is very beneficial for cell metabolism and rejuvenation. The bamboo charcoal fibre is restricted to the grey sole section of the sock only.

The Overall Composition: 46% Bamboo / 20% Bamboo Charcoal Fibre / 28% Cotton / 6% Elastane. The Bamboo Health Socks comes in the following colours and sizes in the table below:
ColourMens 4-6 /
Womens 6-8
Mens 6-10 /
Womens 8-11
Mens 10-14 Mens 14-18

Black/Grey
White/Grey
Slate/Grey
Dark Navy/Grey

Facts about pandas

 

1. Giant pandas (often referred to as simply “pandas”) are black and white bears. In the wild, they are found in thick bamboo forests, high up in the mountains of central China – you can check out our cool facts about China, here!

 

2. These magnificent mammals are omnivores. But whilst pandas will occasionally eat small animals and fish, bamboo counts for 99 percent of their diet.

3. Pandas are BIG eaters – every day they fill their tummies for up to 12 hours, shifting up to 12 kilograms of bamboo!

4. The giant panda’s scientific name is Ailuropoda melanoleuca, which means “black and white cat-foot”.

 

5. Giant pandas grow to between 1.2m and 1.5m, and weigh between 75kg and 135kg. Scientists aren’t sure how long pandas live in the wild, but in captivity they live to be around 30 years old.

6. Baby pandas are born pink and measure about 15cm – that’s about the size of a pencil! They are also born blind and only open their eyes six to eight weeks after birth.

7. It’s thought that these magnificent mammals are solitary animals, with males and females only coming together briefly to mate. Recent research, however, suggests that giant pandas occasionally meet outside of breeding season, and communicate with each other through scent marks and calls.

Did you know that we have a FREE downloadable panda primary resource? Great for teachers, homeschoolers and parents alike!

8. Family time! Female pandas give birth to one or two cubs every two years. Cubs stay with their mothers for 18 months before venturing off on their own!

9. Unlike most other bears, pandas do not hibernate. When winter approaches, they head lower down their mountain homes to warmer temperatures, where they continue to chomp away on bamboo!

 

10. Sadly, these beautiful bears are endangered, and it’s estimated that only around 1,000 remain in the wild. That’s why we need to do all we can to protect them!

Additional information

Size

Mens 4-6 (Womens 6-8), Mens 6-10 (Womens 8-11), Mens 10-14, Mens 14-18

Colour

Black/Grey, White/Grey, Skin/Grey, Slate/Grey, Navy/Grey