These socks are made of stretch cotton (95% cotton and 5% lycra) and they have reinforced calf and slab. They are perfect for the warmer seasons. The striping is multi-colored and they are embellished with a Tattini embroidery on the side.
Tattini’s long equestrian history started back in 1860, when, in a handcrafting laboratory in the city of Spoleto, the skilled hands of a saddler started creating unique products, according to ancient Italian workmanship techniques. In this laboratory, called “Selleria Tattini”, Mr Tattini improved the art of making leather products, bridles and riding harnesses with passion and creativity. Afterwards, his son Gastone continued the family tradition, and kept the business running, till the new management of his son, Enrico, gave a managerial imprint to the activity; he extended so the range of articles both for the horses and for the riders, and took a particular care to riders apparels and footwear, thanks also to the creative style of his wife Donatella.