Bass Pro lifetime socks are 81 percent wool and US made. Plus they replace free if they wear out.
Jeff, Mine have Redhead printed across the toe. Pretty much identifies them.I have two pair of these. Nice feel. Soft. Retain their shape. Rubber boots were always hard on my heel areas. These are holding up well had them 2 years now use only for hunting.
No longer have my receipt so not sure how Basspro honor thier free replacement policy.
When my dad died he left a bunch of brand new socks - presents he'd never worn - and Heat Holders were among them. I've become allergic to wool and always struggle to find something warm and these really do the trick. They are hold up under moisture like wool socks do. I was very happy to discover them (although I miss the wool).Try Heat Holder Socks. They are the warmest socks I ever had. Since I had a car accident & got hip bone & 4 screws in my foot, there is nothing that could keep it warm. These socks do.
I saw this and decided to try a pair. The extreme socks are very heavy weight, a blend of alpaca, microfiber,nylon and lycra. Much heavier weight than my REI wool socks . They do run a little big in the size but I wore these over a medium weight wool and my tall rubber boots. They are very warm. Westphillyfam, these may be the ticket if wool allergy is a problemI got alpaca extreme socks from purely alpaca this year. They are really heavy. They were passed around the group as we talked one day over lunch and everyone couldn't believe how heavy in weight they were. They are the warmest I've come across. Simms and Patagonia make a nice heavy merino sock. The alpaca socks are warmer, and cheaper. I just looked $22 a pair on sale for 4 more days.