Boring info that nobody reads.
Well this is going to be a joy writing this! (sarcastic English voice). We will try and keep it as entertaining as we can.
Merino Wool comes from Merino Sheep and is renowned for its magical properties.(not real Magic) These include incredible softness, shine and breath ability. Merino wool is softer, finer, and more sensitive than many other fabrics. Merino wool is warm, durable, water repellent, and naturally insulating.
Despite a variation in grades among Merino Wool, the diameter of the wool is consistently microscopic – ranging from 11.5 microns to roughly 24 microns. (whatever!)
Thanks to selective breeding, the Merino Sheep can produce this ultrafine wool which is finer and of a higher quality than other types of wool.
Ch Ch CH check out our Merino Hiker sock HERE.
Coolmax is an amazing Polypropylene fabric. Designed to hold warmth new to your skin and at the same time will wick away moisture to keep you both warm and dry.
Coolmax sock are incredible and are great for outdoor sports and everyday use.
You can find our amazing Coolmax socks right HERE
The CORDURA® brand innovates fabric and fiber technologies that make your jeans stronger, your backpack tougher, and your step a little lighter and we use it in our new Merino Lite Hiker and it's amazing! TAKE A LOOK AT THIS ONE!
Really? We need to explain regular Wool?
Wool comes from sheep and other animals, they wear it because it looks nice with trousers and it keeps them warm.
Our Wool rich Boot socks contain lots of Wool and they are brilliant.
Take a look at our THE ORIGINAL BOOT SOCKS.
Very Comfortable and Soft, if you are simply looking for warmth and comfort then here you go!
Characteristics of Cotton Fibers and Products
Comfortable to wear.
Natural, cellulosic fiber.
Made from the cotton boll.
Absorbs water and “breathes”
Slow to dry.
Resists static electricity build-up.
Can withstand heat, detergents, and bleach.
Take a look at our amazing Rambler 2 pack socks HERE
Acrylic fibers are synthetic fibers made from a polymer (polyacrylonitrile) it is generally hypoallergenic. We use Acrylic in some of our socks because it helps to strengthen and prolong the life of your lovely Feeet socks.
Oh come on, we are not explaining Elastic are we?
Nylon is another strong fibre that we use because we just do, deal with it!