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…you are helping ensure disadvantaged, developing world, small-scale cotton farmers receive a fair deal by supporting Fairtrade.Buying FiveG socks also helps improve opportunities for young people in the UK too, through a donation to FiveG founder, Sir Steve Redgrave's own charitable trust.(06/13)

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…A great fit is ensured by the addition of Lycra to the cotton rich blend. And FiveG doesn't only benefit third world farmers. FiveG founder, Sir Steve Redgrave gives a portion of all profits to helping improve opportunities for young people in the UK too through his own charitable trust. (06/13)

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Olympian Sir Steve Redgrave's clothing range is designed to give great quality and fit as well as helping disadvantaged farmers in the developing world. These narrow rib socks are made with a high content of supersoft Fairtrade Cotton to absorb moisture and keep feet fresh and cool all day long. The…

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…in the pack are suitable for wearing with both suits and casual clothes.The benefits of buying FiveG go beyond Fairtrade too. FiveG founder, Sir Steve Redgrave gives a portion of all profits over to helping improve the opportunities for young people in the UK through his own charitable trust.(06/13)

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…guarantees a fair deal for small-scale cotton farmers in the developing world.In addition to supporting Fairtrade aims, FiveG founder, Sir Steve Redgrave gives a portion of all profits over to helping improve the opportunities for young people in the UK through his own charitable trust. (06/13)


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