What keeps you going when the going gets tough? Triathlete, certified coach, and personal trainer Amanda Foland shared her insights on finding your “why” - what she considered the most underutilized tool available when training.
If you take a look around your local gym, you’ll see them - a sea of plain white or black socks, probably calf height, rising out of the tennis shoes of gym-goers both male and female. We have nothing against neutral-colored socks, but we’d like to make a case for sporting bright colors and designs on your next visit to the gym or trailhead.
When it comes to performance sock materials, not all fibers are created equal. While cotton socks can be a nostalgic nod to our childhood, they can cause a lot of discomfort when worn for athletic pursuits. Here are a few reasons you should trade your cotton socks for synthetic or Merino wool socks to level up your performance and comfort.
We talk a lot about moisture wicking - it’s even part of our name. It’s an important performance wear feature, especially in socks. But what exactly is moisture wicking, and why does it matter? Find out!
Outdoor folks take their technical materials very seriously - as do we. We are committed to crafting socks with high-quality fibers that perform at their best with every wear. We offer both synthetic fibers and natural Merino wool in our sock lines, as both provide exceptional performance. What’s the difference between the two? Read on to find out.