American Made SocksWe are compiling an ever growing list of U.S. sock manufacturers & brands, which might include large corporations, small companies and individuals.
There are currently 17 companies in this list, which might include socks sewn from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.
We've included a few details about the companies and their products along with direct links to both the manufacturer & various on-line retailers where you can get the latest prices, shipping costs, special offers & more.
They create custom socks with a sense of purpose that are good for the sole. Keep them in mind for your next event, fundraiser, promotion or branding opportunity. Everything is made in the USA & almost any logo or design will do. Their minimums are low and turnaround is quick.
Boldfoot aims to prove that “American-made” stands for something, and they’re starting from the ground up with awesome socks. Quality is their biggest priority in everything and they’re proud to say that their socks are 100% American-made and sourced. The cotton is grown here and the socks are sewn here.
Chrissy's Knee High Socks is an online store selling a variety of knee high socks with over 200 styles in over 20 colors. If you are looking for a specific style, they can accommodate all your needs with their ability to customize knee socks. Their socks are made in the USA and they pride themselves on providing a quality product to customers at affordable prices in a timely manner.
Dan Post Socks
Dan Post Socks, wholesale distribution by KS Marketing. Socks that stay up, socks that fit. Made in USA: over the calf, mid calf, crew, and work socks. Their products are thoroughly field-tested and endorsed by some of the nation’s leading horse trainers, riders, rodeo participants, and regular people who know and use only the best products their money can buy.
They sell what they produce. All of their socks are knit in their Northfield, Vermont factory. They purchase the finest raw materials from within the USA and abroad and use the latest knitting technology and have the best-trained and hardest working people putting it all together every day.
Drymax socks keep feet 25 times drier than wicking socks by mechanically moving moisture away from the foot. Drymax socks are worn by leading ultrarunners, professional and collegiate athletes to compete and win in the toughest conditions on the planet.
Farm to Feet Socks
Farm to Feet is committed to the goal of creating the world’s best wool socks by using an All-American recipe: US Materials, US Manufacturing, and US Workers. The American sourced merino wool is grown and sheared in the pristine western United States and then processed into yarn within 300 miles of its sustainability-focused manufacturing facility in Mt. Airy, NC.
Fox River Mills
Fox River started making socks for lumberjacks in 1900. So they know a thing or two about making socks that last. As America's oldest performance sock brand, they continue to put customers' needs first when designing a sock. They make socks so great, you'll wonder why you'd ever take them off. From hiking to work, they've got you covered.
Hanz Extremity Wear is a family-owned corporation manufacturing all of its products in California. Founded by Cole Williams in 1970, Hanz Extremity Wear has a long history of innovative product development and production techniques. Creating innovative products for the outdoor market since 1990, Hanz Extremity Wear stands by the quality of each sock.
Mitscoots Outfitters makes socks in the U.S.A. They have products manufactured in Texas, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Maine, New Jersey, New York, California and packaged in Austin, Texas. Their apparel and accessories lasts because they're designed for the needs of those that may have to wear them for days on end.
NC Sock Co.
NC Sock Co. is a manufacturer of quality socks for major retailers in the United States and Europe. You may be wearing their socks right now and not know that they manufactured and packaged them in the retailers own packaging. Buy direct from their factory NC Sock made in USA mens and ladies casual, dress and medical socks.
Point6 socks are made right here in the U.S.A. using state of the art, sustainable technology resulting in the last pair of socks you’ll need. Their products are designed and tested in the extreme conditions of the Rockies where they’re headquartered and woven in their mills in the Appalachian Mountains in the Southeast.
RocknSocks are knit in the USA using an innovative recycled fiber. From their inception, they chose to make a product that is Environmentally Friendly and American Made. Using Texas sourced Organic Cotton and a Regenerated Cotton blend as the textiles of choice.
Swiftwick's vision is to be the leader in sock technology while creating a culture focused on manufacturing the best products through environmentally friendly means, social responsibility, and superior customer service. Swiftwick is proud to employ an American workforce, with all of their socks made in Tennessee.
Thorlo is a third-generation family company, and considers its employees part of that family. Everyone is committed to craftsmanship, and with that craftsmanship comes quality, value and the benefit of better feeling feet. they take pride in making the best products and they care about the people who wear them, as well as the people who make them. The words “made with pride in the USA” are forever etched in their minds and hearts.
Wrightenberry Hosiery Mills is a 3rd generation family owned and operated hosiery manufacturer in Burlington, NC. Their company was founded in 1948 and today all of theiroperations and production is still based in North Carolina.
Organic cotton socks for women & organic cotton socks for men, Fun colorful styles & designs of organic fashion. Manufactured in small batches at their family mill in Fort Payne, Alabama from organic cotton grown on U.S. farms, spun and dyed with low-impact dyes in the Carolinas.
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Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce apparel items here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.