Made in USA Women’s Socks

I really like RockNSocks (http://rocknsocks.com).  Their founder, Misty Reilly, got the idea of making socks from going to music festivals where lots of unique clothes were sold but few necessities, such as socks.  Thus the name, RockNSocks.  She based the manufacturing process on domestically-sourced production and regenerated cotton, which has a minimal environmental impact.  I like that people who care about green production are also frequently people that care about domestic sourcing.  It seems that most of their socks are geared for women, though I could see a guy wearing some under pants.  (The modeling pic below is my wife.)  Although I have been able to find many made in USA men’s socks now (see my men’s sock post), this is the first one I have run across that is geared more to women in a boutique-fashion sort of way.

Stay tuned for a post about made in USA clothes and other products from the Renaissance Faire!

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2 Responses to Made in USA Women’s Socks

  1. Andy says:

    Thanks for the link.The ankle socks are just what I have been looking for.There are several sources for American made athletic type socks but we needed more”jean” type socks and had not found a cotton source.I thought I had seen men’s dress socks made in USA,but perhaps they are not the right kind of fiber for what you would like.
    The coconut patties look delicious but you should probably rerun that when the weather is cooler-I am not sure that they would survive mailing :)
    BTW Hershey’s did not send all their manufacturing to Mexico,you just have to look at their package.Hopefully the peanut butter cups are still made here.

  2. Socks are lots of fun. And many companies still makes socks in the US. As of this moment, I have a listing of 72 different companies that still make socks in the USA. And some are fun like Rock N Socks. -Jack A

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