Corrymoor socks have been a friend to me ever since I saw them way back on an episode of BBC Countryfile. The program was about local producers with the main ones being the aforementioned sock company and an rake company, the program saw each of their websites crash and demand went through the roof.
I like many others, purchased a pair there and then and also purchased the rake but that is another story. It took a while to arrive but the appeal was there, a made in UK product that was natural and came in funky colours. I had never before tried mohair socks and my experience from wool socks is that when they get damp, they get damp and your feet get cold.
The first pair arrived and I was amazed, they fit perfectly on your feet and the advantages of the Mohair goat wool were there to feel. They adapted to the temperature so they are cool in summer and warm in winter, when they get wet they still keep your feet warm and toasty and they still have the quality of repelling sweat and smells like they would on a goat.
The best bit is that you can chuck them in the washing machine totally fine. Naturally I now own about £100 of socks and they are all wonderful, you have to be careful though as some colours do not shrink but some do (like the purple.)
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