THERMOHAIR socks are made of kid mohair, which is the first hair sheared from the young kid. This particular hair is very fine and soft, the most luxurious and expensive of the mohair grades. The finished socks are knit in a looped sequence for cushioning, and are blended with 25% nylon for stretch.
THERMOHAIR socks have now been worn to both poles, across the Himalayas, to the top of Mt Everest, Mt McKinley, Mt Logan, and in 2000 Kilimanjaro. Lonnie Dupre of Grand Marais, Minnesota wore them to circumnavigate Greenland, a trek that lasted from January to June 2000. THERMOHAIR is now worn by active outdoor types as well as people with Raynaud’s disease, heart disease and diabetes. Their comfort and durability is unsurpassed. There’s no other sock like them!
THERMOHAIR socks are especially insulating for those working or sporting in the cold outdoors. They are ideal for hikers, contractors, hunters, fishermen, linesmen, skiers, snowmobilers, skin divers, etc. The woman’s all grey are slightly heavier than the other colors, suitable for work boots and loose footwear.
Available in Grey and Black.