German socks from right around WWII, they closely match other civilian socks we have had from the mid 30's though we know similar materials and techniques were still being used into the 50's. They are all roughly a men's US shoe size 10-11. The foot measures about 11" long and can stretch comfortably to 12". They are about 16" tall. Price is for one pair.
They are from a factory clean out and are new old stock in generally good condition - some may have light storage wear, such as rust spots or water damage and may need cleaned. Great personal item. It can be difficult to find decent men's footwear and socks this old.
They clearly have a high perlon content which was an early form of nylon used in Germany since the 1930's mostly used for socks and stockings and later in parachutes. They have a slinky feeling in your hand and a sheen like you only seem to find on German made items.
Hand wash, hang dry.