Named for the active outdoor town of Bend, Oregon and featuring full top-to-toe cushioning along the instep and up the leg, the medium-weight, crew-height Farm to Feet Men’s Bend hiking sock delivers warm, durable comfort with a touch of style.
Named for the active outdoor town of Bend, Oregon, the Farm to Feet Men’s Bend Hiking Sock delivers warmth, cushioning and durability with a touch of style. Let’s take a quick look at its unique construction.
The sock is a blend. It is primarily marina wool, 75 percent Merino wool, 24 percent nylon and one percent spandex to give it a little bit of stretch and flexibility. Merino wool has a nice soft feel. It tends to be itch free, bacteria and odor resistant. You have got full top to toe cushioning on this sock and a high enough cut that, again, if you are wearing this with boots or any kind of hiking foot wear you have really got nice support and nice cushioning.
Farm to Feet utilizes some advanced knitting in this sock. You have got a flat connection here at the toe box. It reduces bulk, but it also cuts down on the potential for hot spots or blisters. You have got some integrated compression here in the sock as well, so long days on the trail that certainly is a nice benefit as well. And then you have got bolstered construction at obvious wear points, which increases the long term durability of the Bend sock.
Another great aspect of Farm to Feet socks is their 100 percent commitment to US construction. They are using US sources for all of their material, be that wool, by it nylon, be it that spandex. It is all US sourced. And the construction, the knitting all takes place here in the United States.
Farm to Feet Men’s Bend Hiking Sock, a great combination of warmth, of durability and comfort.