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Lightweight Sport

The Raleigh is knit on our state of the art 200 needle machines with ultrafine 19.5 micron U.S. wool whose inherent properties are further enhanced by its intricate knit patterns.

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Lightweight Hiker

Each morning first light hits the Mountains-to-Sea Trail on the popular vacation destination of Ocracoke Island. The sock’s design reflects the beautiful colors of the morning sunrise.

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Lightweight Hiker

The Boulder is a traditional hiking sock that has exactly what you need: durability, comfort, and all-season versatility. The Boulder is now available in myriad colors for all occasions!

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Harpers Ferry

Lightweight Hiker

Harpers Ferry, WV, sits at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers and is home to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the stewards of the Appalachian Trail.

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Lightweight Hiker

Named for one of the most hiker-friendly towns anywhere along the Appalachian Trail, the Damascus Lightweight Crew is the go-to sock for serious section and thru-hikers.

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Max Patch

Lightweight Hiker

Durable enough to take on major miles, this lightweight 3/4 crew features targeted cushioning and reinforcement zones for superior comfort and durability.

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Cliff Cox - Chargeurs Wool USA

Cliff Cox is the plant manager at Chargeurs Wool USA in Jamestown, South Carolina. It’s a rural manufacturing plant that was first built in 1955 by the Prouvost family textile empire and called the Santee River Combing Company. Chargeurs, an international manufacturing company based in Paris, France, bought the mill in the 1990s.

Farm to Feet Technical Hike Series

Impact Cushioning and Ventilation Zones

Inspired by one of nature’s most durable structures, our honeycomb-shaped hexagonal reinforcement zones stand up to season after season of hard use. Targeted cushioning offers extra protection in the heel, ball, and top of the foot, while multiple ventilation channels facilitate effective air flow and fast drying.

Seamless Toe Closure

Advanced knitting techniques create a totally flat seam in the toe box, reducing bulk and eliminating friction. The result is a better, more comfortable fit that reduces blisters and other abrasion injuries, all without adding unnecessary volume

Comfort Compression Using LYCRA® Fiber

Featured throughout the Farm to Feet line, our comfort compression technology now utilizes the industry-leading elastic LYCRA® Fiber for added support from the top of the sock through the arch. Comfort compression creates a precise, high-performance fit that minimizes foot fatigue throughout the day.



Farm to Feet is committed to the single, simple goal of creating the world’s best wool socks by exclusively using an all-American recipe: US Materials, US Manufacturing, and US Workers.

What Does It Mean to Have 100% American Ingredients?

To produce a 100% American made product requires more than just being “Made in the USA.” To be 100% American means a supply chain with raw materials sourced entirely from within the United States. Farm to Feet™ socks are made with U.S. Wool, U.S. Nylon, & U.S. Spandex. In addition, the paperboard and inks in our packaging are also produced in the United States of America.

100% American Merino Wool

Wool is a resilient fiber that wicks moisture from your skin so you can stay dry and comfortable. A natural temperature regulator, wool helps keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. With its long, silky fibers, merino wool feels soft against your skin, providing itch-free comfort. All Farm to Feet™ socks are made using U.S. grown merino wool sourced from American Sheep Industry ranchers

100% American Nylon & Spandex

Nylon and Spandex are also critical components of a great pair of performance socks. Nylon is important for providing structure, durability, and reinforcing high impact areas like the heel and toe. In addition, nylon allows for the addition of stylish colors, designs, and logos. Spandex is essential for providing stretch and ensuring the perfect fit from the welt through the toe. All the nylon and spandex used in Farm to Feet™ socks is produced in the United States.

What Folks Are Saying

"The way I see it, these are the socks that not only feel good, but you can feel good about wearing."

– Joe Lamp’l
Host & Producer of PBS Growing a Greener World

"For me Farm to Feet is the perfect combination of sustainability, style, performance, and durability. I have never worn socks that have felt so good and felt so good about wearing a pair of socks!"

– Jennifer Pharr Davis
Author, Speaker, National Geographic Adventurer of the Year