— 90% Mercerised Cotton, 10% Elastane
— Portuguese Yarn
— Made in Portugal
Bennedikte Narrow Rib
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Bennedikte Narrow Rib by Norse Projects Women. This midweight ankle sock has an all-over-rib construction and is knit from mercerised cotton. The yarn contains elastane to keep the fit. Features ribbed cuffs and reinforced toe and heel. Finished with a heat transfer “Norse Projects" logo on the inside arch.
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Delivery times and rates
DK (Self-Collect): DKK 30 Within 1-2 working days DK (Home-Delivery): DKK 50 Within 1-2 working days DK, CPH (By Expressen): DKK 60 Same-Day Delivery (Orders before 11AM) Europe: EUR 10 Within 4 working days Greenland and The Faroe Islands DKK 120
USA & Canada:
Within 5 working days
Hong Kong, Japan, China and South Korea:
Within 5 working days Rest of the world: USD 30 Within 5 working days
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About the brand
Norse Projects is a creative studio, working at the intersection of art, design and function.
Intrinsically rooted in Scandinavia with a Danish design aesthetic and inspiration from architecture and the subtle landscapes and nature of the North, Norse Projects advocates simplicity and a minimal design aesthetic that is timeless in nature.
Norse Projects introduced its inaugural Womenss collection in 2015. True to Norse Projects' sensibilities, the womenss collections explore the space between the world of the art and function through a modernist inspired aesthetic.