Socks are items that we often use in our lives. There are many kinds of socks. Different people like socks differently, but everyone will find that after wearing socks, the front of the sock is always easy to break, and the front of the sock is broken. It affects the wearing experience very much, and it is very uncomfortable, but it is a pity to throw away because the front is broken, so why is the front of the sock always broken?
Socks are easy to break because of the following reasons:
The toenails are very long, causing holes in the front of the socks. In this case, you can trim the toenails;
The part of the heel is broken, this situation is caused by the friction between the shoe and the sock, indicating that the shoe does not fit;
The quality of the socks is not good, so buy a better one.
Socks are not easy to break, there is a special indicator called wear strength. It is determined by the fiber length of the sock material and the number of stitches woven by the sock. (Like we wear sweaters, there are thick velvet thread, thick thread rod needle, there are very thin, the same)
Generally, the socks and socks are the easiest to break, and the foreign index is greater than or equal to 500. But there seems to be no relevant regulations in China. However, when buying socks, you should pay attention to it, and you can still buy socks that are relatively easy to break.
1) Do not choose socks with 100% cotton. Because the wear strength of the sock depends mainly on the inner yarn, that is, the elastic yarn inside the sock, such as spandex and nylon. How to distinguish? It is very simple. First, look at the ingredients on the trademark. The best is spandex, which is stronger than nylon. The second is to hold the socks and pull straight, the elastic is the lining.
2) Some socks are reinforced with the head and heel, that is, the sock head and the sock heel use more raw materials. Such socks are certainly not easy to break. You can find it in a small shop with foreign trade surplus. You can touch it when you buy it. Is the sock toe heel thicker than the sock body?
3) Generally speaking, thick socks are stronger (not to mention), the same thickness, blended (acrylic) is stronger than cotton, cotton is older than acrylic, acrylic is stronger than wool. Of course, shoes, foot shape, etc. will also have a certain impact on socks, but it is mainly determined by the socks themselves.