We didn’t discover Merino wool, but we knew it would take better care of your feet. So we put it in socks. And since then, we’ve been developing and innovating new ways to stretch the limits of our favorite natural fiber. Because the better we can help you take care of your feet, the more you can see and do and live and push yourself outside.
Whatever you’re doing, you should do it as comfortably as possible. And nothing says comfy, cozy like soft socks and apparel. Check out these curated kits that bring more comfort to your time outside and adventures around the house.
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The ‘Escape’ ArtistWhat are they doing between video conference calls? IDK, but they always seem so tan and refreshed. Maybe they’re stretching their legs and really living their best work from home life? A.K.A. the quick-hike specialist.
G.O.R.P. GnosherThe person carrying the snacks is always appreciated—because when you’re hiking, you’re hungry. You’re provisioned to last for weeks (even if you’re only out for a few hours). Bars, gels, and peanuts, oh my.
“Most Likely to Summit”Hydration pack and hiking poles, ready. “Oh, yeah, these ____ were an editor’s choice, glad you noticed.” Ultralight and ultra-ready to get to the tippy toppy for the perfect picture opportunity.
Strong Dad Vibes“On Saturdays, we mow the lawn.” Aaaand hike. Big fan of good socks and good trails (and maybe owns a fanny pack or two). Knows the importance of sunshine (SUNBLOCK!) and the great ol’ outdoors.
Trail MomCarrier of the first aid kit and keeper of the bug spray. This person is ready for anything that comes her way and is honestly happiest when you’re having a good time. She knows all the tricks to keep you comfortable and hydrated all the way to the end of the hike.
The Hikers HikeThis person knows how to use a compass (like actually knows). Picks up trash. Stays on-trail. Potentially drives a hatchback AWD vehicle and has the oldest hiking boots you’ve ever seen. (Might have a weird obsession with topo maps).
Stop-and-Smell-the-Flowers Supporter“Not all who wander are lost,” is a personal moto. Dips their feet in the stream here, breaks for lunch there, poses for a photo everywhere. It’s definitely not about the destination and that’s A.OK with us.