Natural Alpaca Fiber Socks $29.00 $31.00
These unisex Alpaca Socks are made with 80% baby alpaca yarn as well as elastic, nylon, and lycra. Made with extra cushion for absolute warmth and protection for any extreme sport (including power lounging). Reinforced terry in the foot provides cloudlike softness. But don't take our word for it, try a pair yourself! Benefits of high-content baby alpaca: Anti-microbial for less odor Lanolin free - don't need frequent washing Water repellent - naturally wicks moisture for dry feet Hypoallergenic - no itch, good for those with wool allergies Superior breathability - wearable in a variety of climates Super warm - hollow core insulates Flame resistant for extra protection Machine wash cold, air dry Alpaca was once considered a gift from the gods and the most important relic of Incan history. Alpacas are in the camelid family, sharing the most genetic material with the vicuña. They are one of the four South American camelids. The two breeds of alpacas are the Huacaya and the Suri. The types of fiber harvested from each of these breeds are equally prized for different reasons. Fiber derived from alpacas varies in weight depending on how it is spun, making it ideal for many different kinds of products. Alpaca fiber is considerably softer and more durable than sheep's wool. Alpaca is the best natural fiber for socks, with a hollow core yielding tons of advantages. Your feet will stay at an optimum temperature, so you can do the things you love regardless of the weather. Baby alpaca is super soft, and doesn't rub, constrict, or bind. It will help prevent blisters, and won't irritate sensitive feet. The breathability of this natural fiber makes it a suitable sock for most of the year. Enjoy all the natural qualities. Proudly manufactured in our home state, North Carolina, USA. The NC hosiery industry has years of experience in developing techniques. It has developed a level of expertise that is consistent, reliable, and provides a level of excellence in all of our socks. Order your alpaca socks today!