Layering outdoor clothes for warmth, comfort, and safety is a skill everyone needs to know. Read about the basics.
The challenges of thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail are many – both physical and mental. Then, think about setting out to do it on your own … in just four months! You’ve got to be darn tough!Owen Rachampbell was the right man for the job. Personally, he’s optimistic, adventure-seeking, adaptive, and mentally tough. Professionally, he’s the [...]
The Farm to Feet Adventure Snow Sock Collection consists of several weights of socks starting with the ultra light Jackson. This is completely nylon using friction free nylon yarns to allow for nice tight fitting close for those who like a close sock for their boots. The friction free nylon with the ease of getting your [...]
Overview: First of all, there’s no one perfect sock for anybody. The sock that you wear really depends on your style, what feels good to you, what level of performance you’re at in your sport and how hot or cold your feet run. Darn Tough Vermont will show you a range of socks in the [...]
Have you ever hiked or biked in the rain and find your shriveled foot soaked at the end of the day, thinking to yourself, “if only there was a better way to keep my foot dry.” Would you like that to not happen? Sealskinz has come up with a mid weight sock that will keep [...]
Overview: Fox River is Americas oldest sock company who has been manufacturing since 1900 in the Fox River Valley of Appleton, Wisconsin. Now based in Osage, Iowa, Fox River Inc. has been committed to producing quality knitted socks and handwear. Fox River was founded on the principle of offering a superior product with great service [...]