Wool often has the stereotype of only being good in the cold , but wool truly is a 4 season fiber.
Think of a sheep Mother Nature has given them the perfect clothing to keep them comfortable year round in all kinds of conditions.
Wool has a natural crimp to it that helps it trap more dead air than any other fiber. Dead air is a fantastic insulator and provides a great buffer against the cold.
Plus, wool fibers do such a good job of moving moisture away from the skin that even if the fabric is soaking wet the surface area of your skin will remain dry Wool can absorb up to 30% of their dry weight before feeling wet. Most synthetics feel wet after they absorb less than 7%.
Wool has the ability to store moisture within the structure of the fiber. As your body warms up, the moisture stored within the fiber will begin to evaporate, cooling the air between your skin and the fabric. The warmer you get the more evaporation takes place and the larger the cooling effect
So if you haven't tried wool socks , do it , give it a try.
* Naturally bacteria inhibiting
Fit: Sizes 10-13
Body measurements are given in centimetres & inches. If your body measurement is on the borderline between two sizes, order the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit.
If your body measurements for chest, waist and hip result in different suggested sizes, order the size from your chest measurement.
Measure around the fullest part, across chest points, keeping the tape horizontal.
Measure around the narrowest part (typically the small of your back and where your body bends side to side), keeping the tape horizontal.
|UK Shoe Size||3 - 5||6 - 8||9 - 11||12 - 14|
|Euro Shoe Size||36 - 38||39 - 42||43 - 46||47 - 49|
|Size in Centimetres||24 -26||27 - 29||30 - 32||33 - 35|
|Size in Centimetres||71 - 76||81 - 86||91 - 97||102 - 107||108 - 115|
|Size in Inches||28 - 30||32 - 34||36 - 38||40 - 42||44 - 46|
|Chest Size in Centimetres||88 - 96||96 - 104||104 - 108||108 - 112||112 - 116|
|Chest Size in Inches||34 - 38||38 - 42||42 - 44||44 - 46||46 - 48|