Alpaca Wool Socks - Olive

Arcane Supply Co.

The Arcane Supply Company alpaca wool socks are absolutely premium grade. They are incredibly soft, thick (8 layer weave), and rated for -60 degree conditions, but the breathe-ability and comfort will make them your go-to in any cold weather. Made right here on the East Coast by our partners at a family run mill.. they have been manufacturing footwear and socks for over 100 years.

  • 100% Alpaca Wool
  • 8 layer construction
  • Machine wash - (cold, gentle, short cycle if available)
  • Made in USA
  • Olive

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
The perfect sock

100% alpaca wool, made in the USA, excellent fit and feel. Cant beat these. I will definitely be stocking up on these.

Adam Buchanan

I should have bought every color. Hands down my favorite socks and I hope they keep making them.

You'll hate yourself for only buying one pair if you did

These socks fit and feel amazing! And they're 100% wool and I'm 100% spoiled now


I picked up a half-dozen of these socks when I saw them featured on Cool Material in Nov, 2014. After wearing them in the chilly, late-fall months, and with my first New England winter fast approaching, I bought six more pairs once they were back in stock. Best investment I made all year.

Lucas at ASCO tells me I've got more of these than anyone else (all bought at full retail, no shilling here, just a very happy customer). I figured I'd stop by and leave my thumb's up.

Yes, they're warm as hell, but breathe really well - no sweaty swam foot to speak of. I wouldn't hesitate to wear them well into the 50ºF range. They're thick, but pack out a bit and will make sloppy-fitting, oversized boots fit like a glove. Throw them on under an unlined leather boot, and boom - winter boot. In my thinsulate-lined Bean Boots, there's no amount of standing around in sub-zero temps that will leave me wishing for warmer feet.

The wool is top notch, doesn't retain odor, and stands up to weekly washing and drying with no special care. I know I probably shouldn't dry them, but I'm a US size 10, and prefer a snugger fit - they end up shrinking to just the right size for me.

I have no doubt these will last me well through the next few winters, but they do have a habit of walking away from me - girlfriends, camping buddies, all have taken a toll on my inventory ;) I'll definitely be back for more once the mercury starts dropping.

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