Six Sources For Made in USA Socks

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Our first made in USA sock post was so popular, I decided to share more brands making made in USA socks with you. I love sharing inexpensive ways to support the US economy by buying items that don’t cost too much. Everyone needs socks. Why not buy American made ones?

Colors

If you’re looking for super cool colored socks, I love American Trench fine wool and cotton men’s socks. The wool socks are knitted in Reading, Pennsylvania and the cotton socks are dyed and knitted in North Carolina. Use codes LOVEWOOL  for $5 off wool socks and LOVECOTTON for $3 off cotton socks.

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Tubes

Remember tube socks? I was born after the 70’s, but they are back in style. Luckily you can find American made tube socks from Skater Socks. The brand offers lots of colors and various lengths.

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Ski and Knee-High Everyday Casual

In case you haven’t heard of them, Fox River Mills is one of the leading outdoor, athletic, and lifestyle sock manufacturers in the world. If you’re familiar with the original Rockford Red Heel sock, it has made by Fox River Mill for the past 22 years. The company makes its socks in Osage, Iowa. I love Fox River Mills long wool socks. Their ski socks are really great for wearing during the winter months under jeans or leggings for added warmth, even if you aren’t skiing!

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Tough

Darn Tough knows socks. The family mill business started three generations ago in Northfield, Vermont and 10 years ago, the Darn Tough brand emerged as a way to keep the mill running. You can find men, women and kid’s sock in either wool or a Coolmax blend fabric. Give them a try. The brand offers a we offer an unconditional lifetime guarantee.

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Soft

These super soft cotton socks from Zkano are made in Fort Payne, Alabama, the former sock capital of the world. The cotton used to make them is organic and the process to make them happens start to finish right here.

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Alpaca

It was love at first touch with Golden Touch Naturals alpaca socks. The  Low Profile Anke Socks and Survival Sock, are made from alpaca raised in Massachusetts. For those of you who may be allergic to wool, alpaca is a great alternative.

  • The arch band wraps around the entire sock for a proper fit
  • The heel and toe have been reinforced with nylon for increased durability and to keep the sock in place and prevent rubbing
  • Hypo-allergenic, un-dyed, and naturally odor resistant

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Post by Jill Homiak

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Comments

  1. Great post! I love how many socks – a basic item everyone needs – are American made.

    p.s. I think it’s clear from this post which brand I favor 🙂 http://meredithtested.wordpress.com/2014/01/20/meredith-tested-wool-socks/
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  2. LOL! Tube socks were THE thing when I was a little kid…totally reminds me of the Brady Bunch!
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  3. I have those multicolor striped Zkano socks (pink, blue, gray). A new favorite.
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    • I was very disappointed to learn that Zkano is now importing its yarn from overseas. I will switch to a new sock brand that is 100% USA grown and assembled. I think it is deceptive to claim they are Made in the USA under the government standards.

  4. Maryann D. says:

    I love the colors of these socks in the photos. They do look well made and of course it is fantastic to be well made in the USA. I do want the ALPACA socks.

  5. md Kennedy says:

    I love the idea of Alpaca socks, and the fact that the Golden Touch Naturals are made from Mass-grown alpaca is very enticing. I may just buy a pair!

  6. Karen D says:

    Funny thing is I didn’t realize that Darn Tough socks were made in Northfield, VT. I know they make lots of socks there (Cabot Hosiery Mills) and that they manufacture a number of brands. They have a huge sale the weekend that deer season opens.

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