Mens 5 Pair Jeff Banks Greenwich Wool Mix Leisure Socks

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  • 50% Polyester, 27% Wool, 13% Polyamide, 6% Viscose From Bamboo, 2% Elastane

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  • Date first available at 4 April 2016
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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A new, eco-friendly range of socks from Jeff Banks launches with this big five pack of Jeff Banks Greenwich Wool Mix Leisure Socks. The ‘eco-friendly’ part is because these chunky, ribbed knit casual socks have made with a mix of fibres, featuring recycled wool and a smattering of bamboo as well.The mid-weight gauge and chunky feel makes Jeff Banks Greenwich Wool Mix Leisure Socks a great pick for wearing with casual shoes and boots alike. They are made with reinforced toes and heels for more durable wear, and even hand linked toes for smooth seams that you’ll be glad of, if you’re used to seamed socks that rub your toes raw.

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Colour Name: BrownsSize: 7-11 Mens
Just a great release. Super catchy songs. This will be a regular listen for many years to come. AOR!!! J Counsell.
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HASH(0x9ac9db70) out of 5 stars Streetheart / Dancing With Danger long wait Now On CD 27 Aug. 2013
By Rich L. Gustafson - Published on
Colour Name: BrownsSize: 7-11 Mens Verified Purchase
It has been a good 30 years long wait to hit the cd once and for all Streetheart's Dancing With Danger has been touched up a little sounds better than the original version the tracks are different running order than the original 1983 LP its an import you will love it. Can't Be Too Cool When Your Dancing With Danger .
HASH(0x9aca0a44) out of 5 stars '80s AOR gem - reissued 13 Nov. 2015
By Justin G. - Published on
Colour Name: Black / Navy / GreySize: 7-11 Mens
Originally released in 1983, Behind Enemy Lines was the second (and final) album from melodic rockers Spys, which featured former Foreigner keyboardist Al Greenwood and ex-Foreigner bassist Ed Gagliardi. The band was joined here on several tracks by guitarist Bob Kulick, then with Balance.

While the Spys debut was an interesting blend of AOR and pomp and progressive rock, Behind Enemy Lines has an almost new wave sound to it, especially in the keyboards. It’s still very much a melodic rock record, but it fits a little closer to the pop sound of the time. Kind of like Peter Gabriel meets Aldo Nova. Either way, this is a very strong AOR album, and one with some great vocal harmonies. “Midnight Fantasy,” “Heartache” and “Race Against Time” are standouts, but there isn’t a weak moment to be found.

Lack of label support led to the demise of Spys, (which is a shame given how much creative chemistry this band had) so Behind Enemy Lines was their final release. Like the Spys debut, it remains one of the more interesting melodic rock albums of the ‘80s, and is a must have for serious fans of the ‘80s AOR scene, especially bands like Touch, Balance and Aviator.

Edition Notes: Behind Enemy Lines was reissued on a split CD with the Spys debut by the Renaissance label, but the audio quality was pretty poor. By most accounts it was just a simple vinyl transfer.

Edition Notes 2: Fortunately, the reissue experts at the Rock Candy label got ahold of the Spys catalog and gave us a proper reissue of Behind Enemy Lines in 2012. It features brilliant digital remastering and a gorgeous booklet complete with vintage photos and an extensive band biography/interview. No bonus tracks, but the cleaned up sound alone makes this a must-have reissue.
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HASH(0x9aca0a5c) out of 5 stars Underrated 28 July 2009
By J. Lovato - Published on
This is the most underrated release from this band! Very upbeat, a little pop, a little rock, but all Streetheart! Give it a shot,You will find a hidden Gem or two!
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