Made In The Himalayas

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A project aimed at supporting the beautiful people of the Himalayas

By selling their hand crafted and locally sourced products

To the rest of the world via online shopping

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100% of the proceeds from this project

Go directly to people of the Himalayas

Support Local People

This project supports people of the Himalayas directly, empowering them through internet commerce.

Stay Healthy

Our Shilajit is pure Himalayan product as used by yogis and health practitioners of the Himalayas.

Warm Feet

Himalayan socks make the perfect gift that gives twice. Your purchase supports village women directly, and keeps your feet warm and stylish!

Global to Local

Be part of the new revolution in global trade, where your funds go direct to local communities in remote regions.

Latest Blog Posts

New Socks July 2015

Some of the new colours we've picked up in the sock range... there are about 50 options at the moment, but we've selected just a few of our favourites to post here.    ...

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Angora Socks Now Available

These are super special, as the Angora Rabbit Hair is so soft and comfy these socks will definitely take off. The rabbits are well cared for in the Kullu region and unlike some reports of rabbits in China having their hair pulled out brutally, these rabbits get a hair...

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Socks in Stock April 2015

Hi folks, we've just had an update from our knitting Mumma in the Himalayas... these are the latest batch of socks that are currently in stock. If you want a particular pair, use the letter/number code on the sock for ordering. (EG - B2)...

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Fay’s Socks

Here's a happy sock customer, who came to India on a Yak Trak journey to the Himalayas and picked up some super warm socks along the way. She was part of our annual Tabo Kids Tour to Ladakh, where we travel up to the remote Spiti Valley on the Tibetan border, pick up...

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