A blend of Bison down and merino wool, these socks are soft, long-wearing and oh so comfortable. Very warm, very light and not restrictive.
A "true rib" jersey knit crew sock of the old-school variety, this sock has the great foot fit and stay of our technical socks. It is insulating, soft and durable, and wicks moisture away like nothing you’ve ever experienced.
Our lightest weight sock, but designed to insulate for extreme warmth in cooler climates, and dry cool comfort in hot environments, with superior moisture regain properties, almost double the wicking of fine wool. (keeps your feet dry and sweat-free)
Exceptionally durable for outdoor activities or in your loafers on the way to work. Machine washable.
Colors available, Natural (Taupe), Black, Navy.
Perfect insulation in the heat or cold! Here's an everyday sock that'll make you think differently about socks. Experience the bison comfort edge! https://thebuffalowoolco.com/ #Buffalowoolco #buffalo #buffalowool #bison #bisonwool #woolblend #socks #boots #hiking #outdoors #fieldandstream #outdoors #clothesPosted by The Buffalo Wool Co on Sunday, June 10, 2018
Socks should fit as well as any of your other garments. The heel should sit on your heel and not under it as in a sock too small, nor half way up your Achilles as in a sock that’s too large. Socks should be flush against your foot with no extra material sagging. The toe seam should lay flat across the top of the toes.
Sock Heel at Your Heel
The sock heel should sit on your heel, not under it or above it.
Flat Toe Seam
The toe seam should lie flat along the top of your toes, not above or below.
Taut Across the Foot
Socks should be taut across your foot with no sagging material.
|Shoe Size||US Men||US Women|
3 – 6
7 – 9
7 – 10
9.5 – 11.5
10 – 12.5
12 – 14
Care InstructionsThese socks are incredibly easy to care for and due to their antimicrobial properties, feel free to wear them a few times before washing. But when they do need to be cleaned, simply machine wash warm, then toss them in the dryer. They get quite soft after a couple of washings.
Yarn Base Composition50% American bison down / 50% Merino wool
Overall Composition45% American bison down / 45% merino wool / 7% nylon / 3% Lycra spandex
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My feet enjoy the comfort of these....each toe thanks you!!!
I bought theses for our son as a birthday gift. We love ours, and hope he will as well. Unfortunately, his birthday is still a couple of month’s away.
Without first-hand experience, its hard to believe how much difference a sock can have on foot comfort. After trying who knows how many different types, i finally found Thr One! Thanks so much for making the cas crew omg.
I had high expectations for the bison merino blend but find them disappointing for the price. Wearing them in -6 degree weather in my regular winter boots they were warm for slightly longer then other socks I usually wear in this weather. (also ankle height crew type socks) Beyond this time they were no better then other merino blend socks I already own, but paid half the price for. They lack the elastic quality to hold them in place and slide around in my boots a lot, making them less comfortable. On the plus side they wick moisture extremely well (when I exposed them to snow in my home kicking my boots off) and were comfortable over all inside the house other then the sagging bit mentioned. Summary; I find these average socks at a high cost.
They are super warm so far! I plan on buying more!
The socks are great. I hiked over 29 miles in the southern mountains of Arizona and the socks were spectacular. Kept me warm and wore magnificently. Have convinced several of my friends to purchase them as well.
These socks are comfortable. I wear them with boots and they provide the right amount of comfort and stay dry.
bought 2 pair for my mom for Christmas, she loves them, score!
S&D Spinning Mill, Millbury, MA, USA
Designed from the Ground Up
The Dearnley Family has been running S & D Spinning since the 1800s. This is one of the last large scale wool mills left in the U.S. and they are absolutely crucial to us keeping our production here in the U.S.