Farm to Feet
Height: 1/4 Crew
The Greensboro 1/4 Crew combines the latest technology with the proven antibacterial benefits of 100% American merino wool, offering precise fit, support, and performance for all kinds of athletic pursuits in a rainbow of color choices. The quarter-crew cut of this running, biking, and workout-ready sock helps diminish friction at the Achilles' tendon, while its low-profile cushioning absorbs impacts without affecting shoe volume.
U.S. Merino Wool
Merino wool is soft, itch-free, naturally odor- and bacteria-resistant, cool in the summer and warm in winter. We source our 100% U.S. grown merino wool exclusively from sheep raised by American farmers on American farms.
Cushion that is light in weight along the base of the foot only. This all-season construction is highly versatile.
Just above the ankle.
Seamless Toe Closure
Advanced knitting techniques create a totally flat connection in the toe box, reducing bulk and eliminating blister-generating friction.
Reinforced construction and low-stress seam placement reduce wear and tear, increasing the life of the sock.
51% U.S. Merino Wool
45% U.S. Nylon
4% U.S. LYCRA® Spandex
Recommended Care: Wash Me Less
To maintain the durability of your Farm To Feet™ socks and reduce energy use, machine wash in cold water and line dry or tumble dry with no heat.
About Farm to Feet
By having its supply chain completely within the U.S., Farm to Feet™ can ensure the highest quality of materials to produce the best performing socks, while having as little impact on the environment as possible. The American sourced merino wool is grown and sheared in the pristine western United States and then processed into yarn within 300 miles of its sustainability-focused manufacturing facility in Mt. Airy, NC.
- 100% U.S. Materials
- 100% U.S. Manufacturing (All Carolina Made*)
- 100% U.S. Workers
*Raw wool processed into clean wool top by Chargeurs Wool in Jamestown, SC. From there, the wool is spun into yarn by spinners like Kent Wool in Pickens, SC and National Spinning in Burlington, NC. After spinning, the yarn arrives at the Nester Hosiery sustainability-focused manufacturing facility in Mt. Airy, NC to be knit into socks. True Farm to Feet!