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Silvernite® Supermicro antibacterial silver socks

Silvernite® Supermicro antibacterial silver socks

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Antibacterial socks with 14% silver fibre and 86% microfibre, made in the Czech Republic.


14% silver, 86% microfiber



S – women (35-37)
M –women (38-41)
L –men (42-45)
XL– men (46-48)

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Antibacterial socks Silvernite® Supermicro

  • composition Silver and Microfiber
  • high antibacterial effects
  • elimination of bad odour
  • tests according to EN ISO
  • a suitable accessory for sports
  • high comfort when wearing
  • breathable – comfortable even in summer
  • disinfected by pre-wash
  • can be repeatedly washed in a washing machine

Special features

The socks contain 14% of pure silver. Silver is on the external side of the main microfiber yarn, the properties of microfiber make it a material of the future, it is pleasant on the feet, soft, easily and multiple times washable. The bactericidal effects have been tested in an accredited laboratory in compliance with EN ISO 20743 – Klebsiella pneumoniae (3.39), Staphylococcus aureus (5.96). Antibacterial effect value > 3 = STRONG.

High antistatic properties. Surface resistivity under EN 1149-1 - 0.8 x 10^3 Ω. Tested in an accredited laboratory under EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018. For comparison – carbon 1.8 x 10^7 Ω, copper 1.3 x 10^7 Ω.

The socks are a suitable accessory for all types of sports.

The socks are pre-washed in a disinfecting programme at 60°C and they can be repeatedly washed in a washing machine – use the programme for synthetics or microfiber.

About silver

Silver is a valuable noble metal with antimicrobial and antifungal properties that have been known for thousands of years.

Bactericidal properties of silver were used in Egypt, in ancient Indian medicine, at the times of the Roman Empire, and also in the Middle Ages.

Storing liquids in silver vessels, drinking from silver cups or throwing silver coins into milk, wine or water extended the durability of the liquids and kept them fresh for a longer period of time.

Storing food in silver vessels and using silver cutlery saved people from contracting plague, or the Black Death. It was obvious that pathogens causing the illness could not survive when silver was present. Thanks to the scientific development, the 19th century showed the presence of bacteria and the ability of silver to reduce the number of bacteria.

Silver is antiseptic that has an effect on all types of bacteria and yeast (fungi), the risk of resistence there is very low. In contrast, silver can suppress infection caused by bacteria that are resistant and do not respond to regular antibiotics. 

When not to use products containing silver? When you are sensitive or allergic to silver. Also, materials containing silver should be used on sites that perform X-rays, ultrasound or magnetic resonance.