Hilltop Packs LLC
"Superwarm" Alpaca Socks - Made in the USA
Eco-friendly clothing provide alternatives to artificial synthetics. Alpaca stands alone as a naturally hypo-allergenic, pollution free and sustainable resource.
Made in the U.S.A. by a 100 yr old USA sock mill, Choice Alpaca Socks are the perfect "Alpaca Ambassadors" of what the American alpaca industry is all about. Soft, comfortable, luxurious and very toasty warm, these breathable terry socks are as unique as... well, alpacas! Made from top quality alpaca yarn blend.
A great outdoor alpaca winter sock for work and fun, including:
- Skiing / snowboarding
- Hunting / fishing
- Hiking / Camping
- Construction / Fire / Police
- Farmers / Ranchers
- Motorcyclists / Mountain Bikers
- Cold feet at home and in bed!
- many other uses!
- These are the thickest and warmest socks we offer
- Naturally soft, luxurious, strong and warm alpaca sock
- Alpaca vs. wool? Alpaca is warmer!
- 50%+ Heavier construction than all competitors
- Extreme warmth due to alpaca's hollow core fiber
- Smooth hollow fiber = warmth and strength without itch
- Alpaca is warm even when wet!
- Soft cushion terry loop sock interior for cushioned comfort
- Naturally breathable fiber wicks away sock moisture
- Alpaca fiber naturally odor free
- Machine washable and dryable sock (no shrinkage)
- Strong durable sock construction for long lasting wear
- Smart construction for support without constriction
Suggested Care: Wash and dry after turning socks inside out. Machine washable and dry-able. Designed to last!
[SOCK Sizes]: S [7-9] (fits small women, fits most kids ages 8-12), Medium [9-11] (fits most women), L [10-13] (fits most men), XL [13-15] (fits men shoe sizes 12+)
Where they are made
- In The USA!
60 Day Return Policy
Buy with confidence. Bought an item that doesn't fit your needs? Maybe you ordered the wrong size? Return it for a full refund within 60 days (Buyer pays shipping). See our full warranty and return policy here
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