Developed in collaboration with the Alaska Mountaineering School in Talkeetna, Alaska, the Denali is an extraordinary cold-weather sock. Incorporating lessons learned from years of high-altitude mountaineering expeditions, the Denali has more wool than any previous Farm to Feet sock. In fact, 92 percent of the material composition consists of 22 micron U.S. merino wool.
The Denali is designed to handle the coldest of days in the mountains. Adding to its comfort is a 4-ply wool foot bottom for additional underfoot insulation and cushioning. The Denali features a diamond pattern reminiscent of quilted down jackets on its leg while a ribbed section between the ankle and top of the foot ensures the sock stays in place. While designed for use with mountaineering boots, the Denali is suitable for ice fishing and other cold weather pursuits.