The Ghanaian name for the textile that inspires this design is Nsu Bra, an Akan word meaning “water well”. The tiny dots are meant to resemble the ripples that are formed after water has been fetched.
In Nigeria, it is referred to as “disk” or “record” for obvious reasons.
In Togo, it is known as Gbedze, which references the straw hats worn as protection from the sun by royalty.
Details & Care
Machine Wash in 40 C / 104 F
Do not bleach or iron.
Socks last longer if kept out of the dryer
Refund & Exchange Policy
Refund and exchange within 30 days of receipt
No refund or exchange on worn or items
Purchaser pays for return shipping fees