Vagden Men's Merino Wool Dress Socks - 12" Leg
Vagden Men's Merino Wool Dress Socks - 12" Leg
Vagden Men's Merino Wool Dress Socks - 12" Leg
Vagden Men's Merino Wool Dress Socks - 12" Leg
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Vagden Men's Merino Wool Dress Socks - 12" Leg


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  • Made in Canada
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  • Made with ethically sourced yarns

Your everyday men's merino wool ribbed dress socks with 12" leg. 

Sizes Available

Medium (Women's 5-9 / Men's 4-8 Shoe)
Large (Men's 8-12 Shoe / Women's 9-13 Shoe)
X-Large ( Men's 13-15 Shoe)

For other sizes of the Merino Wool dress socks please check:

Medium Merino Wool Dress Socks for Women's/Boys

Why we use merino wool in our socks:
Merino wool is a type of wool that comes from a merino sheep. It is the finest wool on the market, making the fabric soft and itch-free. It is also breathable and temperature-regulating, so your feet are not too hot or cold. Merino is one of the best fibres for wicking moisture as it can absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture and moves it from your skin to the outside of the fabric, where it evaporates. Because it stays dry, odour-causing bacteria cannot grow, making it a naturally antimicrobial fibre.
  • Content: 60% Merino Wool, 38% Nylon, 2% Lycra Spandex
  • Merino Wool for exceptional softness, moisture wicking and temperature regulation
  • Light weight and ribbed for ideal fit. 
  • Made proudly in Toronto, Canada!
  • Fits Men's 8-12 shoe sizes

sock length chart

Machine Wash Warm, Wash Inside Out. Do Not Bleach. Tumble Dry Low. Do Not Iron. Do Not Dry Clean.

If any of ourJ.B.Field's socks do not meet your expectations, under our No-Risk Guarantee, we will replace them with ones that do – at no cost for you within 1 year of purchase.

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A Made in Canada Story

Founded in 1877 in Tavistock Ontario, J.B. Field's was origionally set up to manufacture socks for the logging industry. Today it still remains a family owned business focused on making the world's best socks.