100% U.S. Ingredients
What does 100% American Ingredients Mean?
To produce a 100% American made product requires more than just being “Made in the USA.” 100% American means a U.S. based supply chain with U.S. produced raw materials. 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% U.S. 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 like Roberts Ranch, one of Farm to Feet's® featured U.S. ranchers.
American Sheep Industry Ranchers:
The American Sheep Industry is a federation of 45 state sheep associations representing over 82,000 sheep producers throughout the U.S. With a rich history dating back to 1865, ASI’s largest division is the American Wool Council, which promotes the use of American wool both domestically and internationally. As a producer of the 100% American socks, Farm to Feet® proudly sources all of our merino wool from these producers.
100% U.S. 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. Check back for future update on the sourcing of Farm to Feet® ingredients.