Farm to Feet recognizes Moab in its Outdoor Community Collection of quality homegrown socks
Farm to Feet is recognizing our Southwest region by adding the Moab sock to its Outdoor Community Collection. The Moab joins the Collection of celebrated communities rooted in the outdoors, including the Denver, and in October the Bozeman (Montana) and North Conway (New Hampshire). In March 2020, the Collection becomes complete with the Moab and its distinguished design of a sandstone archway resembling the namesake features of Arches National Park.
Farm to Feet uses only homegrown materials, manufacturing and workers. It’s all-American, including its entire supply chain, ensuring quality materials and products with minimal impact on the environment. The Moab, as all other socks in the Collection, is made with ultra-soft, 19.5-micron U.S. merino wool on a 200-needle knitting machine. They feature a seamless toe closure, a full-density cushioning foot-bottom and are offered in lightweight ¾-crew height.
The Moab was not available in large sizes in time for our testing, but smaller samples arrived providing a look at the socks and a feel for their quality. The socks did fit the feet of the tester’s daughters, each of whom wore the socks on two outings.
“I really like the colors and they’re super cute,” said the 16-year-old tester. “And they’re really good to hike in because they’re so comfortable.”
“They’re really comfortable,” added the 12-year-old. “And warm, too.”
Farm to Feet Moab – $21