American Field Bison Boot Socks Bison Footwear The Buffalo Wool Co.
American Field Bison Boot Socks Bison Footwear The Buffalo Wool Co.
American Field Bison Boot Socks Bison Footwear The Buffalo Wool Co.
American Field Bison Boot Socks Bison Footwear The Buffalo Wool Co.
American Field Bison Boot Socks Bison Footwear The Buffalo Wool Co.
American Field Bison Boot Socks Bison Footwear The Buffalo Wool Co.
American Field Bison Boot Socks Bison Footwear The Buffalo Wool Co.

American Field Bison Boot Socks

Regular price $ 54.00 Save $ -54.00

SOLD OUT until Spring 2020,  I do apologize, we expected this batch to last until we could get more yarn made, and more socks. We will be making more, but I really don't believe they will happen until March/April next year.  Might I recommend trying our Pro-Gear Boot socks if you need something light, warm and high-performance, or our Trekker Boot Socks if you need a heavy extreme sock.  


This has been almost a year in development, and we are extremely excited and proud of the work that has gone into it.  All American made, and with all American components. 

I am not going to be modest, we have made a few pretty impressive socks... from our extra heavyweight Trekker bison/merino crew and boot, our ultra-light warm and wicking Pro-gear bison/silk socks, our All-Weather all-around best short sock, The B.O.S.S. The stories and reviews you all have shared about these seem to support me.  I will confidently put any one of our collection up against any sock made for warmth, wicking, durability, flexibility, and sheer overall comfort. 

Seriously warm-Surprisingly soft, Ultralight & "Almost Bulletproof****", this is our premier bison down sock. a calf high sock, great for almost any footwear from tennis and hiking chukka's and taller boots, thick, soft, and well built. Will keep your feet warm and dry all year long.   Ultra-soft bison fiber that has been properly processed, no prickly itch from these socks.   Thicker and more cushioning than our Pro-gear socks, warmer and lighter than our Advantage Trekker Socks.  We wanted to make a sock that was even more amazing at regulating temperature, wicking moisture, providing support, even lighter, and just as tough.  Working with the fiber from the beginning and maintaining control over all the processing steps along the way, from the scouring and dehairing the fiber, working directly with the spinning mill to determine the perfect amount of twist and loft in the yarn, to collaborating and drawing on the experience of the sock engineers at Wigwam who ended up knitting these for us. 

This sock has a terry loop padded footbed, and terry loop gentle ribbed construction all the way up the calf, with a pure bison yarn for the interior, and everywhere it touches your skin, for unmatched warmth and wicking, the outer layer of the sock has a heavy nylon thread held with the bison yarn to give it superior durability, with just enough spandex to hold it above your 12" boot top...but not enough to cut down circulation,  Nylon over-plaited through the entire sock, with a triple layer in the toe and way up past the heel for long smooth wear, we realize these are probably the most expensive socks you will ever see, so we built them to last, I know if I paid $54 for a pair of socks, I would expect them to not only perform like professional quality gear, it should last like good gear. 



  • Terry loop with extra padding in the footbed
  • Nylon Over-plaited through the entire sock
  • Triple-Reinforced toe & heel
  • Flat seam toe 
  • Boot sock, 12 inches from heel
  • Bison logo on the toe
  • Machine wash warm. Then tumble dry. No need to bleach, iron or dry clean.
  • Made in the USA 
  • 77% American bison down,  21%  Polyamide nylon & 2% spandex
  • *****PLEASE NOTE- THESE ARE NOT ACTUALLY BULLETPROOF, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TEST THAT AT HOME, they will, however, provide adequate protection against Legos and chilly tile floors. 

 Shoe Size    US Men      US Women   

Medium        7-9             7-10.5

Large            9.5-11.5    10-12.5

XLarge         12-14  

Customer Reviews

Based on 55 reviews
Naturally toasty

I am outside with horses and these socks finally keep my feet warm. Frozen winter ground & snow suck the heat through any boot, and the combination of high bison content socks and buffalo wool insoles let me keep working safely.
Excellent socks, well made, and as warm as advertised.

1st Timer

First time buying and using the Bison Boot socks and absolutely love them.
By far the warmest socks I own. I will be buying more.
Thank you for a great product and service.

Warm but not scratchy!

I am allergic to wool, it always makes me itch. In cold weather I’ve worn wool socks with liners but they can get wet with sweat. So I tried the Bison Boot Socks and they are great! Thick, warm, and not itchy! I will buy more!

Great socks!!

Super comfortable and warm, fit nicely in my bean boots

Socks B+

So far not worn in really cold weather ( below 0 ) mostly in the 20-40 degree range while hunting for deer and pheasants. Kept my feet warm while wearing chore muck boots. The real test will be later during late seasons goose hunting. Hoping to be able to give these socks an A + then.

I bought three pair

I like to wear these socks to bed on cold nights. They'd be better for hiking if they were seamless at the toe, but they do have a seam there. So in winter I wear a pair of bactrian camel wool socks that don't have toe seams. These American Field Bison Socks are very warm for the weight, and they are comfortable, too, so long as you don't try hiking miles with them.

Awesome Socks!

Well worth every penny. Great fit, comfortable and warm! Will have to buy more pairs. I appreciate the great customer service too!

My favorite socks!

I was hesitant to buy BWC socks due to the price. I now own six pair and I'm ready for more!
You know your favorite jeans or t-shirt or whatever that when you reach for them you know it's going to be a good day? The Bison Boot socks (and all BWC socks) will do that for you. The soft, plush padding underfoot is awesome all day. I hope Santa reads this.