Mt. Airy, North Carolina (PRWEB) October 26, 2015
Farm to Feet, makers of 100 percent American socks made with U.S. sourced materials, in U.S. factories, by U.S. workers, is celebrating the communities that support the brand by naming its new styles for the fall season after twenty-two communities across the country.
“From New Hampshire to Alaska, and California to Georgia, we are proud to honor the communities that support us,” said David Petri, Farm to Feet Marketing VP. “These communities provide the jobs that help keep the U.S. economy rolling and keep domestic manufacturing alive and thriving.”
This fall, the three-year-old brand based in Mt. Airy, NC, added new wintersport, equestrian, and tactical collections, and expanded its offering of everyday socks. The twenty-two communities celebrated in the collection represent thirteen states including Alaska, California, Georgia, Maryland, Montana, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming.
Named for the hometown of Farm to Feet retailer The Alaska Walking Store, the Anchorage is a women’s mix-matched, lightweight, knee-high sock featuring reindeer in a winter landscape.
Named for the home of the Naval Special Warfare Cold Weather Training Facility, the Kodiak is an extra heavy weight traditional knit boot sock designed for military use.
Named for the hometown of Farm to Feet’s California sales representative, the Alpine Meadows is a women’s lightweight ski sock.
Named for the home of the U.S. Navy SEALS school at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado, the Coronado is a lightweight traditional knit boot sock designed for military use.
Named for the home of the U.S. Army Rangers School at Fort Benning, the Columbus is a medium weight, traditional knit, boot sock designed for military use.
Named for the original location of Farm to Feet retailer Hudson Trail Outfitters, the Kensington is a men’s lightweight sock with a buffalo check design.
Named for the hometown of Farm to Feet retailer The Base Camp, the Billings is a women’s lightweight sock featuring a blanket stripe design.
This men's ski sock is named for the hometown of Turtle Ridge Foundation, the non-profit organization founded by Olympic Champion Bode Miller and his family to support youth and adaptive ski programs. Farm to Feet will donate a portion of sales from the Franconia to the organization. Cameron Shaw-Doran, the foundation’s director of development is featured on the packaging.
Named for the hometown of Farm to Feet retailer Finger Lakes Running Company, the Ithaca is a women’s sock featuring a multiple stripe design.
Named for the home county of Manufacturing Solutions Center, Farm to Feet’s manufacturing consulting partner, the Catawba is a women’s sock featuring a mix of floral designs and stripes.
Named for the hometown of Farm to Feet’s Southeastern sales representative, the Franklin socks feature outdoor motifs of camping and canoeing paired with chevrons and buffalo check designs.
Named for the home of the U.S. Marines Special Operations School at Camp Lejune, the Jacksonville is a medium weight boot sock designed for military use.
Named for the hometown of Farm to Feet retailer By Foot Sports, the King is a men’s sock featuring a variegated stripe design.
Named for Sugar Mountain Ski Resort, the Sugar Mountain is a women’s ski sock.
Named for the location of the inaugural Horsewoman’s Challenge, the Guthrie is a women’s performance equestrian sock with a lace design.
Named for the hometown of Batch 171, Farm to Feet’s branding consultant, the Park City is a medium weight ski sock. Justin Salvas, founder and president of Batch 171’s is featured on the men’s sock packaging and his wife, a professional outdoor photographer, Sandra Salvas is featured on the women’s.
Named for the hometown of Pale Morning Media, Farm to Feet’s public relations agency, the Waitsfield is a lightweight ski sock. Drew Simmons, founder and president of Pale Morning Media is featured on the men’s sock packaging and his wife, Bear Simmons, a professional photo and video consultant who averages more than 50 ski days a year is featured on the women’s packaging.
Named for the hometown of Farm to Feet retailer Hills Shoes, the Cana is a men’s ragg wool sock.
Named for the home of FloydFest, the Floyd, the official sock of the South’s preeminent outdoor music festival, features a festival inspired strings in in the mountains design.
Named for the hometown of Farm to Feet retailer Rock Fish Gap Outfitters, the Waynesboro is a women’s knee-high sock featuring a mix-matched stripes and crosses design.
Named for the hometown of Farm to Feet retailer Harmons Western Wear, the Woodlawn is a women’s performance equestrian sock.
Named for the hometown of Larry Hartenstein, retail manager for Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, who consulted on the new Farm to Feet ski collection designs, the Jackson is an ultra-light performance ski sock. Hartenstein is featured on the packaging.
Farm to Feet socks are made completely with U.S. materials via a transparent US supply chain ensuring the highest quality of materials and end products, while having as little impact on the environment as possible.
Every Farm to Feet sock features a compression fit from the Achilles through the middle arch that provides superb fit, a seamless toe closure, and cushioning specific to its intended purpose. Additionally, Farm to Feet specifies a 22.5 micron U.S. merino wool for its socks that provides a great balance between softness and durability.
Farm to Feet has named all of its socks after U.S. locations related to the brand and its partners. To date Farm to Feet has celebrated its connection with communities in over 35 states.
The Farm to Feet Fall 2015 Collection is available now at leading outdoor retailers nationwide and online at http://www.farmtofeet.com.
ABOUT FARM TO FEET
Farm to Feet™ is committed to the single, simple goal of creating the world’s best socks by exclusively using an all-American recipe: US materials, US manufacturing, and US workers. With its supply chain completely within the U.S., Farm to Feet is able to ensure the highest quality materials and end products, while having as little impact on the environment as possible. Once the wool is grown and sheared in the Rocky Mountains, the remaining processes take place within 300 miles of its sustainability-focused knitting facility in Mt. Airy, NC. All Farm to Feet socks feature seamless toe closures, a comfort compression fit from the top through the arch, and superior cushioning for ultimate performance and comfort. Learn more at http://www.farmtofeet.com.