“While I haven't tried them in my snowboard boots yet, if first impressions hold up, I expect my feet to remain toasty warm no matter how cold it is on the slope! Wearing these socks around my home you can't help but be impressed with how undeniably warm they are!”
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Whether you’re hiking in the heat or hunting in below freezing temps, alpaca fibers have thermoregulating properties to keep your feet at the perfect temperature, no matter the conditions.
Alpaca fibers are extremely water resistant, and dry much faster than merino when wet. Because alpaca fibers are hollow, moisture can’t saturate through them, so it has nowhere to go except to evaporate. Keeping your feet dry from rain, sweat, or snow.
Alpaca fiber is one of the softest, most loftiest, natural materials available. Unlike other types of wool, alpaca does not produce lanolin oils. Lanolin oil is a wax found in merino that makes the material feel itchy. Because there is no lanolin, alpaca fibers are hypoallergenic and itch-free!