Japanese sports apparel company Goldwin is offering innovative new socks, the C3fit paper fiber socks, that are designed to boost wearer comfort by increasing breathability and promoting dryness.
The paper fiber material used to make these socks is created by twisting shredded paper, with the resulting material boasting a texture that ensures that it doesn't stick to skin. These reduces the likelihood of suffering from blisters, which occur when the sock material rubs against your skin. The paper yarn also prevents stickiness from sweat by wicking away moisture from the surface of your skin.
These socks are inspired by the ancient Japanese practice of using paper in household products because of its ability to remove moisture and bacteria. Combining ancient knowledge with modern construction techniques, these paper fiber socks guarantee utmost comfort throughout the day.