Conscious Step

Women's Socks that Treat HIV II

$20

6 pieces in stock

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GUARANTEED CHRISTMAS DELIVERY - ORDERS PLACED BEFORE: DOM - 5TH DEC  //  INT'L - 30TH NOV

Shipping Timeframe: 5-7 Business Days Domestic (Aus)

These geometrically patterned white, charcoal grey and red socks are the perfect blend of frisky and classy. Purposefully designed for comfort and breathability, these socks are ready for your winter boots, your hiking shoes, or just your bare feet. And to make a good thing even better, these socks provide 3 days of HIV therapy through our partner UNAIDS. 

Christmas & New Years

Our partners have unique shipping time frames for the festive season so to help you make sure you receive your order in time, we suggest the following:

Domestic (Aus) 5th December

International 30th November

Feel free to place orders after these dates, we just can't guarantee you will get your product before Santa comes to visit.

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Conscious Steps products ship from Australia.

For Shipping within Australia, it can take 3-5 days to arrive depending on what shipping option you choose.

For International Shipping, it can take 3-4 weeks to arrive depending on what shipping option you choose.

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If you have any queries, you can reach us at hello@threadharvest.com.au.

Every pair of Conscious Step socks supports a partner organisation to carry out world-changing work. Conscious Step chooses partners based on the direct impact that the organisation provides in the world.
From planting trees to feeding children, they look for the small actions that add up to a big impact.
Each item is embroidered with a symbol that represents the impact you’ve created and the cause you are supporting. They were inspired by the Millennium Development Goals; eight international development goals to combat poverty created by the UN in the year 2000.

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