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Size: 7-11 Mens|Colour: Black|Change
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on 15 August 2010
These are very good quality socks and feels great, however they only just fit me (size 10). Would not recomend to anyone with size 11 feet or with broad feet as they would start to slip off.
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on 22 July 2010
I'm a postman and have been looking a long time for socks that last longer than a couple of washes,do not develop holes and are comfortable. These socks fit the bill or feet in my case :)
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on 28 August 2009
Very nice socks which are well cushioned and fit well. No annoying quirks, very comfortable, a good purchase.
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on 28 December 2011
These socks were bought as a present for Christmas again!. These are the second set of Pringle socks of this type I have ordered as they are good quality, durable, and very reasonably priced for three pairs. Shall be back for more next Christmas!.
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on 26 September 2012
Great value and comfiest socks out there, can be used for any sport, would highly recommend for anyone and would definetaly buy again.
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2012's The Killing Jar is the debut full-length studio album from the British band Black Moth.

Mixing all the best parts of the Doom, Desert, Stoner, Grunge and Fuzz ends of the spectrum, their sound is a brilliant amalgamation of many other bands, and yet always like Black Moth. Sometimes they have a bit of a psychedelic vibe, sometimes they have melodic pop sensibilities and sometimes they lean hard on the riffs and just go really heavy. In writing it may sound like a million other bands, but like Dozer's later work they have somehow managed to forge a unique identity in a crowded scene.

Basically, if you like any sort of bands like Kyuss, Fu Manchu, Dozer, Electric Wizard, QOTSA, Sleep, Monster Magnet, Goatsnake, Solarized, Sheavy, Baroness, Kylesa, Pentagram, Reverend Bizarre, Clutch, Josh Homme era Arctic Monekys and of course Black Sabbath, then you'll know the vague direction to expect from Black Moth. If you like a few of them, then you should probably check out Black Moth, they provide a nice twist on that general sound.

Singer Harriet Bevan's vocals provide a lot of character, mixing the sort of tortured-psychedelic female vocal style from the late 60s with Ozzy's style and also a healthy bit of 90s Grunge as well. Over the course of the album she covers a lot of ground and like the music, slides between different ends of the same spectrum well, creating a strong whole.

As an album The Killing Jar is strong and consistent, its not overlong, its not too short and the dirty grimy production is perfect for this sort of music. Highlights include the `Spit Out Your Teeth,' which starts off hypnotic and then rides off in an odd direction as well as the beefy `The Plague Of Our Age,' the initially slow and doomy then catchy/poppy `Plastic Blaze' and also the album closer `Honey Lung.'

In summary; If you like this sort of music then Black Moth are an excellent proposition and The Killing Jar is a damn fine debut album; its dirty, its varied and it doesn't get boring. If you still need convincing, as a test, listen to the song 'Land Of The Sky' online, and if it puts a big smile on your face then you'll know that you should get yourself a copy.
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on 9 September 2012
I have it on good authority from my golf mad husband, that these are the best socks ever. They don't "grip" the calf like a vice and are very comfortable to wear inside all the golf shoes on the shelf!! :)
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on 23 August 2009
My order was delivered very quickly and the quality was great will definately order from them again.
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on 4 July 2013
Brilliant vocals,bangin' guitars,all round superb gothic sound with Black Sabbathy riffs.Great band to see live.Nothing more to say except ...buy it!!!.
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on 14 May 2012
lovely dirty grungy grinding riffs, with an almost pop sensibility. Trying to think who they most remind me off, and i think its Black Sabbath or Soundgarden if Chris Cornell or Ozzy were ladies. Perhaps Courtney love fronting Alice in Chains? either way this is splendid stuff.
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