I've been noticing lately that I am running out of socks to wear. Most of my socks have holes in them, and I haven't even had them for a long time! I guess my socks just aren't made well enough. Thankfully, I've found Darn Tough Socks.
Darn Tough makes high quality, comfortable, and durable socks that are made to last. In fact, Darn Tough is so sure of their products, that all of their socks have a lifetime guarantee. If you wear out your socks, they will send you a brand new pair for free, no questions asked, no strings attached. That alone is pretty incredible. I can't think of any other brand, let alone sock company that does this.
One of the reasons why they are so sure of the quality of their socks, is that they make all of their socks themselves, right in their Northfield, Vermont factory. They purchase the finest raw materials and use the latest knitting technology, with the best-trained and hardest working people putting it all together every day.
They make socks for many different types of lifestyles and exercises including hiking, running, biking, skiing, hunting, gym, and work. They offer socks for women, men, and kids.
These socks are made with Ultra-Light Coolmax® technology, which is engineered to move moisture away from your skin, to be fast drying and to enhance comfort. They are completely seamless, to make for a smooth fit and to reduce blisters and hot spots. They never slip, or bunch up, and they stay put all day long.
I love these socks. They truly are the most comfortable, best fitting socks I've ever worn. They don't have that uncomfortable seam in the toe area that all socks seem to have. They are thick and warm, but not so thick that you can't wear them in the Summer. I also love the unique style and colors. I think it's cute that they say "Darn Tough" on them.
They are great for exercising, but I also can't wait to wear them to work. My socks always, without fail, slip and bunch up in my shoes while I'm working. Then I have to go hide, and make sure no one can see me, while I adjust my socks.
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