Available in a range of sizes – including men’s and kid's – and colors. Socks boast a thick and durable design. These provide impressive warmth and comfort. Since they’re made of pre-shrunk wool, they’re safe to put in the dryer.
These socks run large in size.
Thick, comfortable socks made of 75% merino wool. These are tall socks that come up over calves and don’t fall down, even on athletic calves. Keep feet warm without causing them to overheat or sweat. Keep feet dry even if shoes get wet.
These may shrink a bit in the dryer.
We love that these socks don’t retain odor, even after extended wear. These socks are incredibly warm, ideal for outdoor winter sporting, hiking, or hunting. These are just stretchy enough to make them easy to take on and off. They also wash well.
Socks possess a distinct smell when they’re first received.
Soft socks that supply ample padding in the toe, heel, and bottom of foot for comfort. These keep feet warm, even in the coldest temperatures. Thinner material that’s ideal for wearing with snow boots. Socks boast fun designs.
There is minimal padding on the top of the foot of these socks.
These socks get high marks for retaining their shape, even after many washes. They’re known for keeping feet warm and dry, regardless of the season or weather. They wick away moisture and don’t have an odor.
Many of the colors look different in person than they do online.
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Nothing is more uncomfortable than cold, wet feet, making merino wool socks a great investment for the winter. Merino wool is known for its superior warmth and moisture absorption, and it won’t make your feet itch. These socks are generally thick and can be long (over the calf) or crew (mid-calf). Some can go in the dryer while others can’t. Most merino wool socks come in neutral browns, blacks, and grays, but some are dyed in bright colors like red, green, and yellow. They’re commonly more expensive than synthetic or cotton socks, so it’s important that they remain durable through multiple washes. There should be enough merino wool in the socks to effectively absorb wetness and keep your feet warm.
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