Seriously warm--Surprisingly soft, this is our big boy, our heaviest, most insulating, and wicking sock, most likely the warmest sock on the planet (excepting electric)
It is a calf-high sock, great for your taller boots, very thick, quite soft, and well built. Will keep your feet warm and dry all winter long. Ultra-soft bison fiber that has been properly processed, there is no prickly itch from these socks. Thicker and more cushioning than our Pro-gear socks.
This sock has a terry loop padded foot bed, and terry loop gentle ribbed construction all the way up the calf with just enough spandex to hold it above your 12" boot top...but not enough to cut down circulation. Nylon over-plaited in the toe and way up past the heel for long smooth wear.
- Machine wash warm. Then tumble dry. No need to bleach, iron or dry clean.
- Made in the USA
- 40% American bison down, 40% superfine super-wash treated American merino wool, 18% nylon & 2% spandex
We gave a pair of our Trekker boot socks to survival expert Leon Pantenburg, and here is his review.
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
Bought these for a 10 day moose hunt and they held up perfectly!0
Great fit and feel to these socks! Have just purchased other socks from site due to great quality and workmanship!
The description reads:
40% American bison down, 40% superfine super-wash treated American merino wool, 18% nylon & 2% spandex
The product I received read (SEE PHOTO)
38% Merino wool, 30% Bison down, 30% Nylon, 2% Spandex.
$44 for less than 70% natural material. Save your money and get 80%+ wool socks for half the money from an honest company.
We really didn't mean to mislead, and we only use 19mic American merino, produced in Colorado... as to the blend on the socks, the base yarn has always been a 50/50 bison/merino blend, and then in construction they add the nylon overplaiting and spandex etc, (the brown under the heel and on the toe, and the white stuff in the cuff) this last round of socks, we did a double layer of that nylon and it changed the percentages, we didn't reduce anything in the sock.. a large pair is now 136 grams instead of the 125 that it used to be. I just haven't taken the time to update the website.. truly just laziness not lying.
If you are ever unhappy with any of our products, you are always more than welcome to return them for a full refund.. we truly just want people happy and comfortable.
I hope that helps
Probably the warmest socks I’ve worn, can’t wait to test them in the real cold this winter. Thanks for another great product!
Buffalo wool is the best! Wears like iron.
As with their other socks these are absolutely wonderful!
These socks and all other products that I have purchased have always been of the best quality. I am proud to support the Buffalo Wool Company with my purchases, thank you for what you do..
Very comfortable socks. Even though it has been brutally hot in the South, I have worn them with work boots. The socks have performed well, and have kept my feet comfortable all day. They're not cheap of course, but I would rather pay for well made items which hold up.