Cold Toes, Warm Socks

January 5, 2018

If the cold weather has got your toes numb, David Morgan has socks designed for the coldest temperatures. Made of wool and nylon, they’ll do the trick.

30 Below XLR Sock JB Field's Extreme

30 Below XLR Sock JB Field’s Extreme


Our 30 Below Socks by Stanfield’s is a hard wearing technical sock made of 70% Merino wool, 25% nylon and 5% spandex. The inside of both foot and leg are a comfortable terry knit, 80% Merino with 20% nylon, for long reliable wear. The arch and ankle are supported by spandex to ensure the sock stays in place. The outside of the sock has more nylon to give good wear resistance.


50 Below Socks by JB Field's

50 Below Socks by JB Field’s


For even colder temperatures, we recommend our 50 Below Socks. This thick sock has a turn down gumboot cuff. We recommend wearing these thick socks with a sock liner or a thin, under-sock for the ultimate in warmth and comfort. Made of 85% preshrunk wool and 15% nylon.

Wool Toque, Green. Made in Canada by Stanfield's

Wool Toque, Green. Made in Canada by Stanfield’s


Also, for a solid head cover, our heavy-weight wool toque has two layers of wool to withstand the cold, Canadian temperatures. The ribbed knit allows it to stretch to fit your head comfortably. There is a soft, microfleece ear band lining. One size fits most. 75% wool, 25% nylon.


JB Field’s Socks

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