The winter will eventually come. That time of year when our thoughts turn to down comforters, thick coats, warm sweaters and evenings in front of the fireplace. But perhaps the most popular item that everyone loves to wear is a nice thick pair of wool socks.

There really is nothing like the feeling of slipping on wool socks when the temperatures drop outside. That’s because they offer certain advantages that you just won’t find with other materials.

Cotton socks, for instance, lack the ability to keep your feet warm and toasty when you’re walking through the cold, wet outdoors.

Wet cotton socks have no insulation for maintaining any level of heat so you can pretty much forget about staying comfortable.

The problem there lies with wearing your cotton socks in a pair of boots. Poorly-ventilated shoes or boots are going to force your feet to sweat, and when that happens you can bet your cotton socks are going to absorb that moisture and keep it stuck against your skin.

Maybe you’re not outside in the snow and slush, but you’re still indoors walking around in cotton or nylon socks. Neither of those are going to provide you with the cushiony comfort of something like wool.

That’s because wool is, hands down, one of the very best insulating options for cold feet during the chilly fall and winter months.

Wool offers distinct advantages over the other materials beyond just superior insulating properties. It can absorb much greater amounts of moisture than cotton, an entire third of its weight to be exact, up until you feel any wetness of the material whatsoever.

But more important, even when wet, wool remains a reliable and steadfast insulator making it ideal to wear when your feet begin to sweat.

Sounds pretty comfortable so far? Then what if we added fleece to the equation? Combine the insulating properties of wool on the outside with the thick softness of fleece on the inside and you’ve got yourself a pair of fleece line wool socks.

The Joys of Fleece Line Wool Socks

You take the moisture-wicking and insulating capacities of wool and add them to the many benefits of fleece and you have built a pair of socks that are simply second to none. Why is that?

It’s due to the many advantages that fleece also offers to those who wear that material against their skin. Yes, it’s extremely comfortable and yes, there are very few other materials that feel like it.

But even more beneficial is the strength and resilience it provides. Fleece is one of those fabrics that brings durability with softness…
 

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