Takva Co.

TAKVA Wudhu Socks

$29
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PRODUCT DETAILS

TAKVA WUDHU SOCKS are designed to fit to the daily lifestyle of Muslims. It replaces the regular leather khuffain and allows for simpler ablution (masah) whether travelling, at the office or outdoors.

TAKVA Wudhu Socks have been tested and they comply with the requirements to make them allowable to do masah on (wudhu by wiping over the socks instead of washing the feet).

TAKVA Wudhu Socks uses a special 3-layered fabric technology that gives greater comfort and breathability to the skin. So even though our socks are 100% waterproof, they still allow moisture from the skin to escape. And because we pride ourselves in providing quality in comfort and use, we chose Bamboo Rayon for the innermost layer closest to the skin, because its softness, breathability and moisture-wicking goes unrivalled.

SPECIFICATIONS

Fabric: Nylon Outer, Porous Mid-layer, Bamboo Inner

Sizes Available: S, M, L, XL

SIZE CHART

SMALL MEDIUM LARGE X-LARGE

EUR

36-38

39-42

43-46

47-49

UK

3-5

6-8

9-11

12-14

US (MEN)

4-6

6.5-9

9.5-12

12.5-14.5

US (WOMEN)

5-7

7.5-10

10.5-13

JP/CM

22-24

24-26

26-28

28-30

* We recommend that you order a size up from your usual size due to slight shrinkage in the sock over time.

Wash care

Wash: Maximum temperature 30oC, mild process or put it in a delicate bag. Do not bleach.

Dry: Turn socks inside out and squeeze excess water out before drying. Drip line drying. Tumble dry low. Do not iron. Do not dry clean. Keep away from direct heat when drying.

TAKVA WUDHU SOCKS

Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal recorded that Aws bin Abi Aws said,
"I saw the Messenger of Allah perform Wudu' and wipe over his Khuffs. He then stood up for prayer.''

TAKVA Wudhu Socks have been tested and they comply with the requirements to make them allowable to do masah on (wudhu by wiping over the socks instead of washing the feet).

WUDHU COMPLIANT


TESTIMONIALS

Because seeing is believing, we personally put together a video of the TAKVA Wudhu Socks being tested for its fit, waterproof-ability and durability.

WATERPROOF TEST


For masah to be valid, water must not seep through the socks. For this test, we dunked our feet into a bucket of water. Our feet remained dry.

3-MILE TEST


We tested the socks by walking in them -without shoes!- for a record 7km at a grainy, stony park path. There were no tears or holes.


INNOVATION FOR COMFORT

TAKVA Wudhu Socks uses a special 3-layered fabric technology that gives greater comfort and breathability to the skin. So even though our socks are 100% waterproof, they still allow moisture from the skin to escape.

And because we pride ourselves in providing quality in comfort and use, we chose Bamboo Rayon for the innermost layer closest to the skin, because its softness, breathability and moisture-wicking goes unrivalled.

WHY TAKVA WUDHU SOCKS

TAKVA Wudhu Socks Thermal Mest Leather Khuffs

Waterproof

Abrasion Resistant

4-way stretch

Moisture Wicking

Reduces Odour

Temperature Regulating

Soft & Comfortable

No need for a Shoe Size Up

"TAKVA Wudhu Socks fulfills the requirement of a khuf especially in the Shafi’i mazhab and allows for simpler ablution by applying the concept of wiping over it (masah khuf) for ablution, making it a convenient fit for those who are always on the go."

USTAZ MOHAMMAD KHAID RAFI

BA Syariah (University of Madinah) and Msc Asian Studies;
Studies of Interreligious in Plural Society;
RSIS, NTU

“It meets the requirements of the "khuff" in jurisprudence (fiqh), and is a fantastic idea especially for working adults and students. Also, it will encourage more women to wear socks as the feet is aurat in the shafi'i school of jurisprudence."

USTAZAH FARHANA MUNSHI

Graduate of Daruzzahra, Institute of Traditional Islamic Sciences, Tareem, Yemen
Direct student of Hababah Umm Zain bint the Mufti of Tareem
ARS Certified by MUIS

DOING WUDHU IN JAPAN

KEISUKE & SAKINAH

How is it like doing wudhu while you’re out in Japan?
Keisuke and Sakinah, a Muslim family living in Japan, share about their experiences with public toilets, feet in the sink, weird stares and their most important tips on doing wudhu while outdoors in Japan.

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