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There can never be too many socks. Wool and striped socks from the holiday collection
There can never be too many socks. Wool and striped socks from the holiday collection

Today, socks are not just an integral part of a man's wardrobe, but also a way to express oneself, as well as to place accents in the image. People pay attention to socks, also because today they are visible thanks to cropped trousers and rolled-up jeans. So here it is important not only to choose the right color and pattern, but also to be confident in the quality of the socks so that you don’t have to throw them away after a couple of washes. I present a selection of brands that you can rely on in terms of quality, and which also look very decent.

Socks: history, types, materials, care, trends
Socks: history, types, materials, care, trends

History of socks The use of socks to protect feet from cold and dirt goes back centuries. The first socks were made from animal skins and were used by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. During the Middle Ages, socks became more common. They were made from wool and linen and were used to protect feet from cold and dampness.

History of socks
History of socks

Over time, socks became part of fashion and were used to decorate the feet. They served as an indicator of social and economic status, their patterns and colors could reflect membership in a certain group of people.

DO WOOL SOCKS CURE?
DO WOOL SOCKS CURE?

However, the benefits of wearing wool socks are not limited to just warmth. Wool has unique properties that help strengthen the immune system and speed recovery. Wool fibers have a natural ability to regulate temperature, providing comfort and preventing overheating or hypothermia. It is especially useful for people suffering from circulatory problems or chronic cold angitis.