Men’s Darn Tough Socks
Darn Tough of Vermont makes my favorite socks, and they’re my son’s favorite too. We fight over them all them time, and the only way I can keep them away from him is to get girly colors like pink and purple with flowers. But they do make a collection just for the guys. This fall, there are some awesome men’s socks to stock up on to transition from flip flops to shoes.
The ATC Micro Crew is a great fall sock with a cool design that represents the Appalachian Trail. And, 5% of sales to help support the Appalachian Trail Conservancy’s outdoor education programs and maintenance of America’s first national scenic trail.
They have a cushy sole that feels great on your feet and I love the deep, rich color scheme of charcoal gray and olive green with a lighter heathered gray stripe at the top.
The Hunter Boot Sock has an even cushier sole that is so luxurious. Dark charcoal gray with a contrasting lighter gray is sharp looking and matches everything. Wear them hiking, then out to dinner with fancier shoes.
These have ribbed arch support for added comfort. There are no seams to blister your feet.
The Steely Micro Crew Cushion Work Sock is so awesome for fall. Look at that bright orange contrast on the toe, heel and top. So Halloween!
Aren’t they cool? I love how the toe area is oversized on these, adding some style. It’s like a modern fall colors lumberjack sock.
This sock is fully cushioned and cozy. All you need is a pumpkin latte or some spiced apple cider.
Finally, check out these Strot Crew Light lifestyle socks. They have more
Autumn-ish colors, but I never can resist pretty blues that remind me of water. Those stripes look handsome up against that rich gray.
This weight is nice with slides and dressier shoes, but it’s also ideal for layering under any of the above socks.
Darn Tough guarantees their socks for life, making them an incredible value. Does it make sense to get these for a twelve year old boy? Well, he goes through the cheaper socks like tissues. They just simply don’t last. Even the more expensive wool brands.
He’s never worn through Darn Tough. Ever. Also, they do not stink! So to me, they are worth the expense for durability and comfort. See more of the men’s collection HERE.