Sock Subscription of the Month: Deciding Between Cotton, New Wool, and Cashmere


What type of material should you choose when it comes to socks? Cotton, wool, or cashmere? If you’re in the market for a sock subscription, you’re probably having trouble deciding on which material would be best for your feet. We’ve tried each material ourselves, so let us help you decide what you want to wear with your favorite boots this season!



The downside to cotton is that it doesn't last as long as other materials do because it absorbs moisture so easily.


New wool

Wool can be a great alternative to cotton because it is very warm in cold weather and it wicks moisture well. It also has natural antibacterial properties which help with odour control. One downside is that wool is more expensive than cotton or cashmere. On the other hand, it's generally durable so you don't have to buy new socks as often. Plus, some people find that it breathes better than cotton or cashmere. All in all, wool is a good option for sock enthusiasts who need a little more warmth or who want something durable enough to last them for years on end.



The advantages to a cashmere sock subscription is that they are softer than cotton or wool socks. The downside is they are more expensive. They are also lighter weight which may not be ideal for those who live in cold climates. When it comes to choosing which material you want your socks made from I would suggest a cashmere sock subscription because they're so comfortable.