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Unisex 100% Country Irish Wool Socks


100% Irish Wool Socks

These Irish wool socks are made by Grange Craft, a small delightful Irish family company. Made of 100% wool these socks will wear for years providing warmth in the winter and moisture wicking for coolness in the summer, as only natural fibers can do.
  • Made in Ireland with 100% Wool
  • Heavyweight knit fully cushions leg and foot, absorbs shock and insulates
  • Wool is a natural fiber and keeps feet warm in the winter and cool in the summer
  • Generous sizing for both men and women

Material - 100% Irish Wool

Care Instructions

  • Wash in the gentle cycle in cold water and these Grange Craft socks will maintain their size and softness providing years of comfort and warmth!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Derek Peters
Wool socks

Happy to find 100% wool socks

Chloe A.

Bought them as a present for someone else, and they seem very happy with them. The only thing I wasn't sure about was if they were actually MADE in Ireland, as they shipped from the USA as a starting location.

Carmen E
Great Wool Socks - Color: Angora Cream - Size: Large

I really like them. They feel almost as good as the pair I bought from in Ireland. The only difference was the color variety was limited here and over there one could select from a multitude. - Verified Amazon Purchase

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