Jump-start your Spring with our new and improved Low Pro Alpaca Sock. This low profile design has alpaca terry loops through the entire sock for cushion, comfort, and maximum moisture wicking. There is a heel tab to keep the sock in place and prevent rubbing. The arch band wraps around the entire sock for a proper fit and the heel and toe have been reinforced with nylon for increased durability. Hypo-allergenic, using non-dyed fiber, and naturally odor resistant.
Contents: 78% Alpaca, 20% Nylon, 2% Lycra.
Care Instructions: Machine Wash and Dry, See Label
Colors: Will vary in natural colors or blend of colors; Peppered Fawn, Peppered Brown, Peppered Grey
Small: Women's: 5 to 7
Medium: Women's: 7 to 10
Large: Men's: 10 to 13
XLarge: Men's: 13-15
Island Alpaca Company contributes fleece to our local alpaca fiber cooperative for the processing of these socks women and men. Made in the USA
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Putting our fiber to work - Overview: Island Alpaca contributes roughtly half of our annual harvest to a local fiber cooperative which supports not only our farm, but other alpaca farms. Our local fiber cooperative is a processor that pride themselves on producing high-quality alpaca products and maximizing the value of our raw alpaca fiber, so that we can offer, in turn, this high-quality, environmentally and socially conscious alpaca products to the market.
At Island Alpaca, we give regular fiber supplements and ground flax daily to our alpaca, helping to promote overall good health and a superior quality fleece. Our alpaca fleece is so fine, that, last year, a large portion of our â€œsecondsâ€ï¿½ (neck fiber) were re-sorted into the â€œprimeâ€ï¿½ (blanket) category. Our textile lab has shown results that indicate that our alpaca are some of the finest in the country.
At Island Alpaca's annual shearing, we skirt and hand-sort the fleeces in order to produce a range of products which use all grades of fiber. At the cooperative, it is then sorted by color, grade, then hand-baled, scoured, spun and then finally, either machine knit or woven into beautiful, high quality alpaca products. Once the product is received at our Martha's Vineyard farm, they receive the Island Alpaca label and then become available to you for purchasing!
We hope you enjoy our product produced by our local fiber cooperative.