Known as "Opus spicatum" literally "spiked work”, Herringbone is a type of interlocking masonry construction used in Roman times and applied on roads to get a proper absorption during the compression of movement. The pattern was so named for its fancied resemblance to the bones of a fish such as a herring. These dark grey mid-calf socks feature contrast black criss-cross pattern stripes. They are crafted in Italy from long staple Combed Cotton yarns giving them a soft velvety touch and modern elegant look.
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