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Teko Socks: Best Socks On and For the Planet

If you're into Winter sports, you've got to wear socks that wick moisture away from your feet since wet toes mean cold toes. In my opinion, socks made of merino wool are the best, but since they can tend to be a little itchy some people can't wear them. If your skin is sensitive to wool, you've got to try these ski socks made by Teko ($18.95). Made with a wool/poly/nylon/lycra blend, they're super soft.

Not only are they kind to your toes, these socks are kind to the planet. They are made with EcoWool that comes from one sheep farm that uses environmentally sound practices. This wool is also shrink-resistant and dyed with non-toxic dyes. These socks are also made with EcoPoly (recycled polyester), which makes them super soft and durable.

Not only do I love that they keep my tootsies dry when skiing or snowshoeing, but the extra cushioning under the ball of my foot and heel made these sock feel comfy in my shoes. One of the best parts is that the little bit of lycra in them kept these socks from becoming loose and falling down in my boots – I hate that. If you're in the market for some new Winter socks, look for Teko socks at your favorite gear store or you can buy them online from Teko. Not only does the company make great high performance socks, but you can feel good knowing they're made with the least amount of impact on the environment.

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Spectra Spectra 9 years
I love wool socks and I really need a few new pairs, so maybe I should pick some of these up.
psychobabble psychobabble 9 years
I love Smartwool socks, but I'll have to check these out too
emalove emalove 9 years
As long as they don't feel scratchy like regular wool, I'd try them. Wool make me itch insanely and my skin gets so red and irritated from it.
Beaner Beaner 9 years
I like these better than Smartwool socks. They're much softer and still keep your feet dry.
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Oh wow!
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