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 baby 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.
This pack contains 5 pairs of infant socks in the colors of HARAKEKE- the New Zealand native flax.
- Anti odor
- Temperature regulating
- Stay-on rib knit structure
- Okeo-Tex 100 compliant
Composition: 85% merino wool, 10% elastic, 5% polyamide.
Got these for our 10m old before a ski trip. They stay on better than most of her other socks, and kept her feet warm and dry in her snow suit.
These are the only socks I found that don’t slip off my 2 month old. They are great quality and fit. I bought 0-6 month size and it’s true they are tight! He’s a big boy though. I don’t pull them all the way up his calf, they just sit on his ankles more comfortably. Definitely will size up and buy more as be grows!
These are really tight on my daughters calves. And she doesn’t have exceptionally large ones either. I like how thin they are, I just wish the band at the top wasn’t so restrictive. They.have to be kind of scrunched up in order for her to wear them which kind of defeats the purpose of wanting warm socks.
I have struggled to find my 11 month old decent wool socks that don’t break the bank. These fit well with room to grow (I got size 12-24 months) and they keep him warm!
Great thin but cozy socks in awesome colors. Toes stay nice and warm even after jumping in cold puddles. The elastic at the top digs into my small 14 month old's legs so while it is nice that they stay on, they shouldn't cut circulation off. ( My little one isn't even chunky.) A non-slip sole option might be nice as well for fearless new runners.