The National Trust Grippy Socks 2 Pack

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Perfect for your little bumblebee to buzz through their big adventures, our Grippy Socks have clever leaf-shaped prints on the soles for helping with their first steps and for navigating slippery wooden floors. In colourful 2-pack, these soft and squidgy terry knitted socks for babies and toddlers feature a Bee design on one pair and a colourful worm character on the other. Great for matching with our coordinating Creature Tee or Sid Appliqué T-shirt and Reversible Shorts to create a fab springtime outfit that's ready for playtime!

Pop on your wellies, grab your tools and get ready to help your garden grow with our new and exclusive Frugi x National Trust range. Inspired by the National Trust's '50 things to do before you're 11 ¾' activities and the amazing collection of gardens and parks in their care, every purchase from this range supports the important conservation work that the National Trust do, looking after nature, beauty and history for everyone, for ever.

Product code: SOS207



  • Made with 90% Organic Cotton Terry, 8% Polyamide and 2% stretchy Elastane
  • Wonderfully soft and cosy
  • In colourful garden inspired designs
  • Bee: In a true red stripe with rainbow cuffs, cobalt blue heels and fjord green toes
  • Worm: In a fjord green stripe with rainbow cuffs, cobalt blue heels and true red toes
  • Comfy mock rib cuffs for a great fit
  • Flat seams across the toes for extra comfort
  • Bumblebee yellow leaf-shaped dot grips on the soles
  • GOTS Organic
  • Certified by Soil Association Certification
  • Licence Number DK22283

Material: 90% Organic Cotton, 8% Polyamide, 2% Elastane

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