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Chup Sonora Earth - Charcoal


Sonora Earth - Charcoal



The Sonora Sock in Charcoal by Chup is inspired by the relationship between the architecture and landscape of Northern Mexico, articulated through traditional indigenous weaving motifs. To hallmark the visual effects of the changing landscape from the desert to the gulf coasts, this original design depicts the relationship between buildings and the dry earth via repeat patterns associated with the iconic regional knitting style. With a storied history and balanced palette of charcoal granite, cloud white, and sand brown, these sock patterns will bring reverence and character to the foundation of your style rotations. Produced out of Japan with meticulous care on vintage stocking frame machines, each sock is a single-knit construction. For durability, softness, and natural temperature regulation, they feature a washable Merino wool blend yarn that provides breathable insulation with the comfort of a dense pile. Crafted to collectible quality, Chup Socks are artisan-produced and truly unique accompaniments to your hand-grade footwear, making a Chup not just a sock but an artful luxury heritage accessory.


  • Inspired by Northern Mexico Landscapes
  • Traditional Stocking Frame Machine Knit
  • 89% Wool / 10% Nylon / 1% Polyurethane
  • Merino Wool Blended Yarn
  • Machine Wash & Air Dry
  • Calf Length
  • Made in Japan


Medium: 7 - 10 US
Large: 10.5 - 13 US

About Chup

Begun in Tokyo with one desk and a single telephone over 25 years ago, Glen Clyde Inc. worked to become expert sock manufacturers by ensuring the utmost quality in production with unique designs. They created CHUP, "Classical Human's Universal Peace," to allow for the production of exceptionally designed folkloric and indigenous-inspired pieces that incorporate patterns and motifs from global cultures. The process of making socks by utilizing a stocking frame machine and a rare hand linking machine keeps the production old world and limited. Implementing... View All Chup Products