FACTORY SECONDS, may have cosmetic blemishes, will not effect performance or longevity. These will not be in retail packaging.... just plain socks.
Only a few pair available this year, get them while you can.
This is by far our most requested product ever. I have worn my prototype pair 7 days straight, and the best way I can describe it is "Extremely Comfortable"
To be fair, I have never worn compression socks before and really wasn't sure what to expect. They weren't constrictive at all, but did give me leg support and kept my circulation going and my feet/legs didn't swell at the end of the day.
Dan and the team at Fox River have done it once more. Mating our bison/merino in a terry looped footbed, with a 100% merino leg shaft, graduated compression, and just a fantastic feel.
Graduated compression (15-20 mmHg) improves blood flow and reduces swelling and the risk of DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) and DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness). Superior fit and stretch offer all-day comfort.
- URfit® System provides arch support and memory-knit construction
- Fights fatigue by increasing blood flow up the leg from the ankle with 15-20 mmHg of graduated compression
- Smooth, flat comfort toe seam
- Foot is bison/nylon/polyester/spandex blend
- Leg shaft Merino wool/nylon/polyester/spandex blend
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
Machine wash and dry
Once you are ready to clean your gear, follow a few simple steps to care for your favorite socks, beanie, and gloves.How to Care for your favorite bison fiber gear
Yarn Base Composition50% American bison down / 50% Merino wool
Overall Composition45% merino wool / 31% nylon / 18% American bison down / 4% polyester / 2% Lycra spandex
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They are so comfortable and my hubby is getting a pair for Christmas!!
When socks are good for you, made to last, keep you warm and a great price, it's a win all around.
Receive a note with my seconds order stating that the OTC socks were not seconds but firsts. Apparently, TBWC ran out of the OTC seconds but honored my order by sending OTC firsts, instead of canceling the order for that item. What a great company and customer service. A great example of how to win a customer for life.
Very nice socks. Soft and warm, yet strong and made to last a long time. Couldn’t figure out why they are called “seconds”. I need more.
I like the Natural better than the Blue Dot Seconds but these are just fine. BTW: I learned of your company when you sent some promotional sox to the folks @ Timcast.
I have tried many compression socks on the market. Most of them are pretty miserable to wear. The one exception that I have found is the OTC compression socks from the Buffalo wool co. If you have to wear compression socks these with the buffalo percent of the fiber are among the most comfortable. I will buy them again.
Wearing the compression socks together with my ankle sleeves, I had four days free of ankle and leg swelling. I will be wearing these on cold weather days when I plan serious exercise. Putting a compression sock on over an ankle sleeve is time consuming, so I wear a lighter Buffalo Wool Company sock some days.
I didn’t find any flaws with the compression sock seconds. Just as comfy as the full price socks.
S&D Spinning Mill, Millbury, MA, USA
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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.