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Our Sneaker Wipes are designed for on-the-go sneaker cleaning. They are small enough to be taken anywhere and are suitable on most materials including suede, nubuck, leather and canvas.


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Our Sneaker Wipes are designed for on-the-go sneaker cleaning. They are small enough to be taken anywhere and are suitable on most materials including suede, nubuck, leather and canvas.

1. Safe and easy to use on most fabric and materials
2. Environmentally Friendly Biotechnology
3. Water-based, biodegradable formula with recyclable packaging
Our Sneaker Wipes are designed for on-the-go sneaker cleaning. They are small enough to be taken anywhere and are suitable on most materials including suede, nubuck, leather and canvas.

All underwear from Happy Socks are made of cotton for added coziness and are available in small, medium, large and extra large sizes.

Sisters Durante

EU UK US HEIGHT
39 - 42 6 - 8.5 6.5 - 9 11.5″
43 - 46 9.5 - 12.5 10 - 13 12.2″
EU UK US HEIGHT
36 - 40 4 - 7 4.5 - 7.5 8″
41 - 46 7.5 - 11.5 8 - 12 10″
Size S M L XL
Europe 44 48 50 52
US (inches) 28-30 31-32 33-34 34-36
UK 36 38 40 42
  • If you want to keep your Happy Socks nice and colorful for longer, make sure to turn them inside outwhen washing.
  • The label indicates the highest temperature to use, but most detergents and modern washing machines clean your laundry just as well at lower temperatures.
  • Avoid high dosing of detergent as it has an unnecessary impact on the environment.
  • Hang your socks to dry instead of tumble drying. They will last longer and Mother Earth will be grateful.
  • If your socks have reached the unrepairable end of the road, make sure to recycle the socks so they can get a new life and make the planet a happier place.

Happy Socks works hard to ensure that their underwear are of the highest quality. The life span can vary depending on your care and handling of your underwear. For all Happy Socks underwear, we recommend a washing temperature of 40 °C / 104 °F, and to avoid bleaching or ironing. Even though all Happy Socks products are durable, they last longer if they are kept out of the tumble dryer.

  • If you want to keep your Happy Socks underwear nice and colorful for longer, make sure to turn them inside out when washing.
  • The label indicates the highest temperature to use, but most detergents and modern washing machines clean your laundry just as well at lower temperatures.
  • Avoid high dosing of detergent as it has an unnecessary impact on the environment.
  • Hang your underwear to dry instead of tumble drying. They will last longer and Mother Earth will be grateful.
  • If your underwear have reached the unrepairable end of the road, make sure to recycle the underwear so they can get a new life and make the planet a happier place.

Although Happy Socks does not own any of the factories making their products, they are responsible for production from factory operations to staff in the head office in Sweden. Happy Socks only work with suppliers who agree to sign their Code of Conduct, a clarification of their requirements for environmental and social equity.

The requirements set in their Code of Conduct are based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, and the ILO 8 Core Conventions. Apart from the Happy Socks Code of Conduct, audits of factories are also carried out to confirm that Happy Socks' CSR and environmental requirements are met.

01. EMPLOYMENT IS FREELY CHOSEN

No form of involuntary or forced labour is acceptable. Happy Socks does not accept the use of prison or illegal labour in the production of Happy Socks products. Migrant workers shall have the same rights as local employees. The employer must cover any commissions and other fees in connection with employment of migrant workers.

02. THERE IS NO DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT

All employees shall be met with respect. Under no circumstances are humiliating or corporal punishment acceptable. No employee shall be subject to physical, sexual, psychological or verbal harassment or abuse. No employee shall be discriminated against in employment or occupation on the grounds of sex, race, color, age, pregnancy, sexual orientation, religion, political opinion, nationality, ethnic origin, disease or disability.

03. FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION AND THE RIGHT TO COLLECTIVE BARGAIN

All employees have the right to form and join associations and to bargain collectively. Happy Socks does not accept disciplinary or discriminatory actions from the employer against employees who choose to peacefully and lawfully organize or join associations.

04. LIVING WAGES

All employees are entitled to a written working contract, in the local language, stipulating the employment terms and conditions. Wages must be paid regularly, on time, and the supplier shall at least pay the employers the statutory minimum wage, the prevailing industry wage or the wage negotiated in a collective agreement, whichever is higher.

05. HOURS OF WORK ARE NOT EXCESSIVE

Ordinary working hours must not exceed the legal limit and shall never exceed 48 hour per week. Overtime work should not exceed 12 hours per week. Overtime work must always be voluntary and compensated in accordance with the law. Piece-rate work should not be freed from the right to overtime compensation. All employees are entitled to at least one day off in every seven-day period. The employees shall be granted and correctly compensated for any types of paid leave to which they are legally entitled. Examples of such leave include annual leave, maternity/parental leave and sick leave.

06. CHILD LABOUR IS NOT USED

No employee younger than the age of 15 is acceptable, child labour is not allowed in the production Happy Socks products. Happy Socks recognizes the rights of every child to be protected from economic exploitation and from performing any work that is likely to be hazardous, to interfere with the child's education, or to be harmful to the child's health (physical or mental), spiritual, moral or social development.

07. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY

The employer must work proactively to avoid accidents causing harm to any employee in the workplace. Relevant first aid equipment must be available and where legally required a doctor or nurse should be available during working hours. Emergency exits on all floors must be clearly marked, well lit and unblocked all the way out of the building. Evacuation through emergency exits must always be possible during working hours.

08. SUPPLIERS ARE BSCI AND OEKO-TEX CERTIFIED

BSCI, a common Code of Conduct, regulates working environment issues, including workplace health and safety, working hours, industrial compensation and the prohibition of child labour.

09. OEKO-TEX 100

In order to ensure that Happy Socks clothes are free from hazardous chemicals, their suppliers must commit to Happy Socks’ Ecological Requirements, which are based on the Oeko-Tex 100 standard.

The term Giclée is a French term meaning “to spray”, referring to how an inkjet printer works. HAPPYBay’s printing partners use large format inkjet printers with small spraying devices that precisely match ink color and pressure, giving our artists high-quality prints of their original art. Our giclée prints are done on pure cotton canvases or archival fine art and photography paper.

The resolution is high. The ink is high quality and fade resistant. Put simply, a giclée canvas print is a high quality print that uses the best quality printer, canvas and ink that is available in the market. The pigment-based inks (as versus dye-based), canvases and specialty printing papers we use are all designated as archival.

Our printers are large format and hold 12 ink cartridges to produce a wider range of colors for duplicating artwork.

Archival matte paper for inkjet art printing is a coated cotton rag or alpha-cellulose paper that can give an inkjet print a timeless sense of quality. Archival matte papers are used to reproduce illustrations, watercolor paintings, pastels with soft details, invitations and cards.

HAPPYBay uses German Etching paper from Hahnemühle, a company founded in 1584 that specializes in archival paper for the fine art market including museums and collectors. Our paper meets the ISO Standard 9706 which specifies the requirements for archival papers made for permanent retention and frequent use.

Hahnemühle German Etching is a traditional mould-made copperplate printing paper, complete with an inkjet coating designed especially for fine art applications. The white art paper is characterized by its extraordinary velvety tactile feel and its fine, clearly defined felt structure. The unique surface texture adds a very special touch to images, showcasing them in all their splendor with impressive three-dimensional effect and depth.

The premium matte inkjet coating guarantees outstanding print results with excellent reproduction of color and detail, deep black and optimum contrasts. German Etching is acid-free and lignin-free and meets the most exacting requirements in terms of age resistance. This heavyweight fine art inkjet paper is one of the most popular papers for fine art prints and art reproductions thanks to its characteristic tactile feel and surface texture. German Etching ® is a registered trademark in the U.S.

  • 310 gsm, 100% α-cellulose
  • White
  • Clearly defined felt structure
  • Matte premium inkjet coating for outstanding print results
  • Acid-free and lignin-free
  • Conforms to ISO 9706 / museum quality for highest age resistance
  • Compatible with pigment and dye inkjet systems

HAPPYBay uses award-winning Hahnemühle Daguerre Canvas for all our open edition and limited edition illustrations from Milan Illustrations Agency (MIA). These matte-coated, poly-cotton inkjet canvases offer a fine, uniform surface texture and are the most sought after canvases in the market for giclee printing.

The bright white canvases possess a high degree of whiteness. When combined with a premium matte inkjet coating, they produce clean, fresh colors, fine details and black and white reproductions that are rich in contrast. Printed with fade-resistant inks, the canvases are non-reflective so they eliminate glare and look great from any angle.

Daguerre Canvases have excellent stretch properties and are ideal for mounting on stretcher frames. Our printing partner stretches the canvases using their custom-designed durable poplar wooden stretcher bars. The canvases are resistant to compression marks from shipping and handling. Produced with the utmost care, each canvas passes through a quality control inspection.

Illustrations that are printed on Daguerre Canvases offer a rich, art gallery look without a glass cover and frame. The canvases offer simple, minimalist productions in a ready-to-hang format. Daguerre Canvases are free from acid and lignin and meets the most exacting requirements in terms of age resistance (over 100 years).

  • 400 gsm poly-cotton mix
  • Bright white
  • Fine, uniform canvas texture
  • Matte premium inkjet coating for outstanding print results
  • Free from acid and lignin
  • Conforms to ISO 9706
  • Museum quality for highest age resistance

HAPPYBay uses award-winning Hahnemuhle canvases for all our open edition and limited edition illustrations. These are the finest canvases available in the marketplace for giclee printing.

Canvases are stretched using our unique custom-designed durable poplar wooden stretcher bars. They are resistant to compression marks from shipping and handling. Produced with the utmost care, each canvas passes through a professional quality control inspection. 

Illustrations printed on canvas offer a rich, art gallery look without a glass cover and frame. The canvas is a simple, minimalist production in a ready-to-hang format. Printed with fade-resistant inks, the canvases are non-reflective so they have no glare and look great from any angle.

Since 1584, responsibility for the environment is an intrinsic part of Hahnemühle’s history. Their production site is located in the heart of a centuries-old nature reserve providing an unspoiled habitat for a variety of wildlife.

Water

The water Hahnemühle uses to produce their exceptional paper and Daguerre canvases comes straight from the underground springs in the Solling hill range. Characterized by a particularly high level of purity and softness, the water is drawn directly from nature. In a strictly controlled process, the paper machine circuit treats the water without chemicals before returning it to the environment.

Raw Materials

Hahnemühle´s fibres are sourced exclusively from primary fibres. They use lignin-free cellulose, sourced from deciduous and coniferous trees that grow in sustainably managed forests and are FSC or PEFC certified. The company uses fast-growing, renewable cellulose alternatives such as bamboo, hemp and agave to promote conservation.

Energy

For many years now, Hahnemühle has been generating all the energy they need exclusively from renewable sources such as wind, water and solar energy. This enables them to sustainably reduce their CO2 emissions. The company produces their own steam and heat using natural gas. Thanks to their waste-heat recovery system, furnace emissions are over 40% lower than legal limits.

Recycling

Hahnemühle believes that sustainable resource management also includes recycling their own production waste and scrap materials which they return to the production cycle or forward to waste processors. They choose recycled materials whenever possible without compromising on the quality of products such as cardboard boxes and tubes for their paper rolls.

Packaging

Hahnemühle uses environmentally friendly packaging for their paper and canvas products. For example, they fill their transport boxes using packing peanuts made from 100% biodegradable cornstarch while their packing tape and delivery-note envelopes are both made from paper instead of plastic. They are developing alternative protective films in which to package their paper in order to ensure it is still in great condition when it reaches their clients. The company makes a committed effort to improve sustainability and conserve their resources.

Transport and Supply chains

Hahnemühle aims to minimise the impact of any necessary transport measures on the environment and climate. The majority of their products are transported by ship or rail. Before any shipment is transported by air, they always consider environmentally-friendlier alternatives. Their central logistics site in Göttingen, Lower Saxony, utilizes pooled shipments for optimum use of transport. Hahnemühle´s logistics partner was recognized with an award for sustainability.

In1 an interview with Maymi Benitez Sanchez, she was born in San Pablo, Mesa del Jueroche, Municipality of El Nayar, Nayarit. According to the tradition of her people, she was called Yucauye Kukame which means Silent Walker , and, like her ancestors, she was educated to be a mara 'akame or shaman . In the 1990s she worked as a translator at the service of the government in the most remote Huicholas communities. She began making her first pictures of wool yarn in 1993 in a workshop she installed in Tepic , Nayarit . Parallel to the activities of her workshop, hse worked in the Coordinating Center of the Huichol Cora and Tepehuano Plan, choosing the authentic crafts of the indigenous peoples of the region.

Her talent began to be recognized in 2001. The technique that she used for the manufacture of pictures of wool yarn glued to wooden boards with campeche wax was transmitted to several Huichol apprentices. She resumed the shamanic tradition that she had interrupted, made several pilgrimages through the land of her people, in the mountains, in the desert and on the coast. Those prolonged absences have renewed her artistic inspiration, which is reflected in her works that have became more complex and sophisticated.

In2 an interview with Maymi Benitez Sanchez, she was born in San Pablo, Mesa del Jueroche, Municipality of El Nayar, Nayarit. According to the tradition of her people, she was called Yucauye Kukame which means Silent Walker , and, like her ancestors, she was educated to be a mara 'akame or shaman . In the 1990s she worked as a translator at the service of the government in the most remote Huicholas communities. She began making her first pictures of wool yarn in 1993 in a workshop she installed in Tepic , Nayarit . Parallel to the activities of her workshop, hse worked in the Coordinating Center of the Huichol Cora and Tepehuano Plan, choosing the authentic crafts of the indigenous peoples of the region.

Her talent began to be recognized in 2001. The technique that she used for the manufacture of pictures of wool yarn glued to wooden boards with campeche wax was transmitted to several Huichol apprentices. She resumed the shamanic tradition that she had interrupted, made several pilgrimages through the land of her people, in the mountains, in the desert and on the coast. Those prolonged absences have renewed her artistic inspiration, which is reflected in her works that have became more complex and sophisticated.

In 3an interview with Maymi Benitez Sanchez, she was born in San Pablo, Mesa del Jueroche, Municipality of El Nayar, Nayarit. According to the tradition of her people, she was called Yucauye Kukame which means Silent Walker , and, like her ancestors, she was educated to be a mara 'akame or shaman . In the 1990s she worked as a translator at the service of the government in the most remote Huicholas communities. She began making her first pictures of wool yarn in 1993 in a workshop she installed in Tepic , Nayarit . Parallel to the activities of her workshop, hse worked in the Coordinating Center of the Huichol Cora and Tepehuano Plan, choosing the authentic crafts of the indigenous peoples of the region.

Her talent began to be recognized in 2001. The technique that she used for the manufacture of pictures of wool yarn glued to wooden boards with campeche wax was transmitted to several Huichol apprentices. She resumed the shamanic tradition that she had interrupted, made several pilgrimages through the land of her people, in the mountains, in the desert and on the coast. Those prolonged absences have renewed her artistic inspiration, which is reflected in her works that have became more complex and sophisticated.

In an interview with Maymi Benitez Sanchez, she was born in San Pablo, Mesa del Jueroche, Municipality of El Nayar, Nayarit. According to the tradition of her people, she was called Yucauye Kukame which means Silent Walker , and, like her ancestors, she was educated to be a mara 'akame or shaman . In the 1990s she worked as a translator at the service of the government in the most remote Huicholas communities. She began making her first pictures of wool yarn in 1993 in a workshop she installed in Tepic , Nayarit . Parallel to the activities of her workshop, hse worked in the Coordinating Center of the Huichol Cora and Tepehuano Plan, choosing the authentic crafts of the indigenous peoples of the region.

Her talent began to be recognized in 2001. The technique that she used for the manufacture of pictures of wool yarn glued to wooden boards with campeche wax was transmitted to several Huichol apprentices. She resumed the shamanic tradition that she had interrupted, made several pilgrimages through the land of her people, in the mountains, in the desert and on the coast. Those prolonged absences have renewed her artistic inspiration, which is reflected in her works that have became more complex and sophisticated.

In an interview with Maymi Benitez Sanchez, she was born in San Pablo, Mesa del Jueroche, Municipality of El Nayar, Nayarit. According to the tradition of her people, she was called Yucauye Kukame which means Silent Walker , and, like her ancestors, she was educated to be a mara 'akame or shaman . In the 1990s she worked as a translator at the service of the government in the most remote Huicholas communities. She began making her first pictures of wool yarn in 1993 in a workshop she installed in Tepic , Nayarit . Parallel to the activities of her workshop, hse worked in the Coordinating Center of the Huichol Cora and Tepehuano Plan, choosing the authentic crafts of the indigenous peoples of the region.

Her talent began to be recognized in 2001. The technique that she used for the manufacture of pictures of wool yarn glued to wooden boards with campeche wax was transmitted to several Huichol apprentices. She resumed the shamanic tradition that she had interrupted, made several pilgrimages through the land of her people, in the mountains, in the desert and on the coast. Those prolonged absences have renewed her artistic inspiration, which is reflected in her works that have became more complex and sophisticated.

In an interview with Maymi Benitez Sanchez, she was born in San Pablo, Mesa del Jueroche, Municipality of El Nayar, Nayarit. According to the tradition of her people, she was called Yucauye Kukame which means Silent Walker , and, like her ancestors, she was educated to be a mara 'akame or shaman . In the 1990s she worked as a translator at the service of the government in the most remote Huicholas communities. She began making her first pictures of wool yarn in 1993 in a workshop she installed in Tepic , Nayarit . Parallel to the activities of her workshop, hse worked in the Coordinating Center of the Huichol Cora and Tepehuano Plan, choosing the authentic crafts of the indigenous peoples of the region.

Her talent began to be recognized in 2001. The technique that she used for the manufacture of pictures of wool yarn glued to wooden boards with campeche wax was transmitted to several Huichol apprentices. She resumed the shamanic tradition that she had interrupted, made several pilgrimages through the land of her people, in the mountains, in the desert and on the coast. Those prolonged absences have renewed her artistic inspiration, which is reflected in her works that have became more complex and sophisticated.

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