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Where to Find Vegan Hiking Socks

How many times have you picked up a pair of hiking socks, thinking they look pretty good, only to turn them over and see that they contain wool? I’ve definitely been there!

Here are a few options for non-wool hiking socks:

 

Darn Tough Vermont

Darn Tough uses “an exclusive Coolmax® blend to create a sock with exceptional softness, durability and superior moisture management.” And they’re guaranteed for life. No matter what.

 

Thorlo

Thorlo makes specially padded socks to keep feet safe from pain and blisters. They also have ventilation panels to increase air flow.

 

Eastern Mountain Sports

EMS uses Coolmax for their synthetic socks, keeping your feet dry and at a comfortable temperature.

 

Wigwam

wigwam outdoor pro socks


Wigwam Hiking/Outdoor Pro Socks
contain midweight cushioning and wick moisture away from your feet.

 

EcoMade

ecomade coolmax liner socks

EcoMade CoolMax Liner Socks are made of recycled PET polyester and help keep your feet dry when worn under your hiking socks.

 

WrightSock

wrightsock adventure hiking socks

A double layer of cushioning in the WrightSock Adventure Hiking Socks keeps your feet comfortable, while mesh panels on the instep keep your feet cool.

 

Each of these companies makes many styles, so be sure you’re purchasing the synthetic versions.

What are your go-to hiking socks?

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5 thoughts on “Where to Find Vegan Hiking Socks

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  2. Jim Mitchell

    Darn Tough all the way! They make great socks for running as well, thin to medium cushion. I would really like to see a company make a full on heavy weight sock for winter.

    1. Vegan Outdoor Adventures

      Hey Jim! Thanks for your comment! I have a pair of Darn Tough running socks, too and I’m really happy when them. Have you ever had to return a pair when they wear out? My Darn Toughs are still pretty new so I’m wondering if they really do last forever.

      1. Jim Mitchell

        I’ve had one pair for a couple of years and still holding strong! Others are newer so time will tell but the use you will get out of them will well surpass any expectations .

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