Nuna knits grass-root sock mill is steeped in the Long Island farming history. In 1635, three brothers traveled from Europe to America. They settled in Southold, NY, becoming some of the 1st thirteen settlers.
Today, the extended 12th generation family has taken a tactile path to farming, producing socks from local farmers in the sheep and wool industries. Nuna's collaborative grass-roots relationship supports the farm to fashion trend and the growing desire to buy locally and naturally. Made in the USA.