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    Lamington - Baby Knee High Merino Socks

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    Lamington's award winning knee-high baby socks,  know as “the socks that stay up and stay on”. Made in New Zealand from soft and gentle merino wool, the best for your baby.

    An essential item for every new baby. Merino wool is super soft and cosy on a baby’s delicate skin. The Newborn Naturals range comes in Lamingtons three smallest sizes.

    New Zealand Made, 70% Merino wool, sizes knitted into every pair so no confusion over whose are whose!

    Lamington's knee high socks are designed to be worn below the knee 

    Please note the sizes are a guideline only and are not a one size fits all. 

    If your baby is over 9 Months in age, Lamington recommend going up to the Age 1-2

    Colours may vary slightly to photo depending on the batch. 

    How do I choose the right size sock for my infant?

    Babies come in all shapes and sizes. These sizes are a guideline only and are not a one size fits all. To ensure your socks are not too tight on your infant always place a finger between your baby’s skin and the band of the sock to make sure the items are not restrictive. If you think they are too firm either scrunch the sock down, fold over the cuff, or go to the next size up. Alternatively use the Crew length socks which sit lower on the leg. Lamington's knee high socks are designed to be worn below the knee.


    70% merino, 25% nylon, 5% elastane
    Wash with similar colours, never in hot water
    Wash inside out in a little washing bag
    Do not bleach
    Do not dryclean
    Keep away from direct heat
    Do not tumble dry


    How can I stop my socks from pilling?

    Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do to avoid pilling completely. Pilling is caused by friction, the rubbing against another fabric or surface. To reduce pilling, we recommend washing inside out in a lingerie bag. Pilling will increase when worn to bed and with crawling age infants. The feedback we have received is to turn socks inside out for bed or have a pair specifically for sleeping.