Our merino wool Nature socks are soft, strong and durable. Merino wool is an excellent insulator, keeping feet warm and cozy, while still remaining breathable. Wool can also absorb moisture, which helps prevent little feet from feeling clammy. Merino wool socks stay warm when wet and dry much faster than synthetics. They are also naturally anti-bacterial and therefore odor resistant ... which means they don't have to be washed every time they are worn.
- Anti odor
- Temperature regulating
- Stay-on rib knit structure
- Okeo-Tex 100 compliant
Composition: 85% merino wool, 10% elastic, 5% polyamide.
Bought these for my son for “comfier” socks. He has hated every other pair we have ever gotten him. He will wear them more than any other pair, he says they are the softest and warmest ones he has. The olive color is more of a brown but my son doesn't seem to mind. They fit his feet well, we haven't put them in the dryer due to us afraid they will shrink but they hold up well in the wash. For natural and organic socks these are the go to in the house.
I wanted some good quality socks that are natural and non toxic! These are perfect for cold weather and the color range was neutral and very tasteful. They last so I was able to share as a hand me down for my niece. Do not put these in the dryer and keep in mind they are not stretchy due to the material so size up if anything!
These socks have held up well for us, but they ran very small! Luckily they fit my youngest so we could still use them.
I love the weight of these for my children for day to day year round. We also like these as a base layer when we double up for snow days. All three of my children love these!
I purchased these socks for my toddler in 5 different colors. I LOVE THEM, and so does he. Thin, soft, warm, not sweaty, colors are gorgeous (these are called "olive" but they're really quite brown) They're perfect in practically every way. There's one caveat - I'd purchased them once before for my baby in his then-current size and we were never able to use them because the "tube" or "shaft" part of the sock is pretty tight. The second time around, I sized up. The feet were a bit long for a while, but he few into them. And now that he's a bit older and his calves have slimmed down, I've found a solution to the tight tops. To keep my son comfortable, I fold the top edge of the socks down towards his ankles so they don't squeeze at all. :)