Sportsman Take a Stand for Superwarm Alpaca Socks

ScreenShot064_compact“Ditch the useless wool socks and get ALPACA socks. I preach this on my sports group all the
time and the few that listened are happy campers. Alpaca is way warmer then wool read up on it.
It wicks the sweat away and doesn’t make your feet smell. I just bought another pair this year
and Alpaca boot inserts.”

“Excited to get the socks for hunting in a deer stand in November in Colorado. Gonna be
cold. Hope that was a hearty Alpaca!

“Bow hunters are talking about your socks and how warm they are. We sit all day in stands made
of cold metal. ”

We’re delighted to see comments like these and more from knowledgeable Outdoorsman who
understand the unique warmth and comfort of PurelyAlpaca’s Superwarm Heavy Extreme
Alpaca Socks! Bow hunters are a rugged sort who can spent many hours quietly sitting or
standing, often in sub-freezing temperatures in pursuit of their target. Being cold and
uncomfortable wrecks your focus and ruins the experience.

With Superwarm Alpaca Socks, feet stay warm and dry. These alpaca socks feature alpaca’s
excellent thermal and breathing qualities. Get them wet and they’ll still do their job!
For less extreme cold situations such as hunting “drives” through the woods or other active
movements, try PurelyAlpaca’s warm and active style OutdoorAdventure Alpaca Socks. They
feature the same warm and breathable alpaca yarn, but are scaled down a little for less extreme
conditions and a more active hunt. After a long day of outdoor activity, relax around the fire or
in the cabin/motel in PurelyAlpaca’s SlipperBootie Alpaca Socks!

USAThe SlipperBootie socks are ankle length versions of the OutdoorAdventures. Their warm and
breathable soft terry interior make the perfect sock for relaxing in after a long hard day.
All of these products are proudly made in the USA!
Go here to see all three styles!


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