Keeps feet warm and breathable at the same time.
I bought two pairs of Humphrey Law socks to walk the Camino Frances earlier this year, as well as 3 pairs of Injinji toe socks and a pair of Injinji liners.
Not a single blister.
Once my Camino was over, 1 spent another 3 months traipsing around Europe.
The Injinji liners didn't last the distance. My Humphrey Law socks are like new!
Working a tour guide, I do a lot of walking and highly recommend Humphrey Law socks.
I also recommend Injinji toe socks with these on top.
First wool sock, and have to say I do like them, and will get more, but different sized. I wear women's 10 shoes so got a medium, and they're too big. Will get a small next time.
Socks are OK, but run small
Can't fault these so far. Well made, warm and comfortable. I like how they have slightly thicker padded areas on the sole of the foot for extra comfort
I love it’s comfort and fit and can’t wait to take it away on my next trek
Have worn the singlet shirt twice since it’s arrived and I love it. Easy to wash, beautiful to wear. Comfortable and so warm. I can’t wait until next winter to try the Long pants under my jeans and the socks. Great product and value for money.
After 17km rogaining through the Wattagan's my feet felt as good as the start. It great to get a well made product that is a reasonable price and best of all Australian made. Thanks Ottie
Humphrey Law socks are excellent, thank you.
I like wool because of its ability to remain warm when damp. Something that would save outdoor peoples lives in some situations.
When hunting I might have a time of high exertion, eg climbing hills, my inner layer will get damp from perspiration. Then I may be low exertion, careful stalking or observing, with cotton inner garments I will then become cold, but not with wool.