Sierra Club's Eco-Friendly Socks Are Made With Repurposed Materials

By: Jana Pijak - Jun 4, 2015
References: parkerlegwear
Sierra Club's eco-friendly socks are made from a mix of re-purposed and recycled wool materials. The brand's 'hiker' style features a cotton, nylon and spandex blend and includes salvaged yarn elements. As contemporary fashion becomes more environmentally conscious, hosiery is also getting a sustainable overhaul thanks to brands who are investing in organic and repurposed material choices.

Sierra Club's blended sock textiles are made with recycled fragments of fabrics that would otherwise be discarded and wasteful. The heavyweight hosiery accessories will keep one's feet dry during hiking expeditions and are well-insulated for long wear.

In addition to their eco-friendly design, these recycled wool socks are also affordable, costing only $7 per pair and will keep feet feeling balanced and fresh all day long.