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Product Details This Brooklyn-based company, run by two brothers, is known for its workwear-inspired goods—like these socks. They're made in North Carolina from recycled materials and are totally worthy of your top drawer. Cotton/nylon/spandex. Machine wash. USA.
Product Details Japanese label Anonymous Ism was founded on the ideals of making goods with top-quality craftsmanship and unique looks—in other words, things the designers want for themselves. These socks are woven with a traditional Fair Isle pattern, so they're kind of like a sweater for your feet. Time to turn up those cuffs. Acrylic/wool/poly/nylon with a hint of stretch. Machine wash. Made in Japan.
Product Details The socks from Tokyo-based Chup are limited edition (seriously, the company makes only a handful of pairs each day) with intricate patterns inspired by folk art and the spirit world. Chup, an acronym for "Classical Human's Universal Peace," refers to the sun, the moon and the stars in the sky, all of which the Ainu (Japan's native people) worshipped. Cotton/nylon/acrylic with a hint of stretch. Machine wash. Made in Japan.
Product Details These merino socks come to us by way of Vermont. Family owned and operated since 1978, Darn Tough Vermont is one of the last sock mills still operating in the Green Mountain State. And if you're wondering how "darn tough" they are, they're the socks the U.S. Special Forces wear. Merino wool/nylon with a hint of stretch. Machine wash. USA. Online only.
Product Details Vermont-based Darn Tough Vermont makes great socks—so great, they have a lifetime guarantee. These socks are knit in an antimicrobial blend to wick away moisture and odor while keeping your feet not just warm, but Vermont-winter warm. Wool/nylon/spandex. Machine wash. USA.
Product Details The socks from Tokyo-based Chup are limited edition (seriously, the company makes only a handful of pairs each day) with intricate patterns inspired by folk art and the spirit world. Chup, an acronym for "Classical Human's Universal Peace," refers to the sun, the moon and the stars in the sky, all of which the Ainu (Japan's native people) worshipped. Cotton/acrylic/nylon. Machine wash. Made in Japan.
Product Details Japanese label Anonymous Ism was founded on ideals of making a variety of goods with top-quality craftsmanship and unique looks—in other words, things the creators want for themselves. (The brand has a stated goal of being not just a company but a team that can help everyone find true happiness.) These superwarm Navajo-inspired socks totally fit the bill. Cotton/poly/acrylic with a hint of stretch. Machine wash. Made in Japan.
Product Details They're the socks that put the cool in old-school and they come from the last remaining sock mill in Vermont. These premium all-weather camp socks are traditional in design and craftsmanship but made in a heavier weight that pairs perfectly with our rugged men's boots. Cotton/acrylic/nylon with a hint of stretch. Machine wash. USA.
Product Details Founded in 1892 by Rhys Jones of Carmarthenshire, Wales, Corgi remains family owned and operated four generations later. Run today by Jones's great-great-grandchildren, this small company is famous for its hand-finished (and smart-looking) socks—and it has a Royal Warrant from HRH the Prince of Wales to prove it. These socks are made from a lightweight cotton-nylon weave that's both comfortable and breathable. Trust us: Your feet will thank you. Cotton/nylon. Machine wash. Made in the United Kingdom.
Product Details Our secret weapon for going sockless, these hidden-inside-the-shoe socks will keep your feet dry and odor-free. They're constructed from breathable cotton with a touch of nylon for just the right amount of stretch. And as a finishing touch, our designers added a superthin grip pad at the heel (you won't even know it's there) so they don't bunch up. Two pairs of socks in each pack. Cotton/nylon with a hint of stretch. Machine wash.
Product Details Back when he first started designing men's socks at his ladies' hosiery factory in 1930s Britain, Pantherella founder Louis Goldschmidt's finely knit, seamless styles stood out in a sock market dominated by rough, utilitarian woolens. By 1945, the brand had earned a reputation for special features like its hand-linked toe (the mill's signature technique, it guarantees a smooth, flat and seamless finish). To this day, all socks are woven at the original factory in the British Midlands, sometimes by third- and fourth-generation Pantherella employees. Merino wool/nylon. Machine wash. Made in England.
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