RoToTo Toes the Line Between Wool and Cotton for a Winter-Ready Sock
Given how much we can obsess over boots and hardwearing footwear here at Heddels, we also need to ensure that our readers are equipped with the right foot protection when breaking in that new pair of Red Wings. The humble pair of socks not only makes a huge difference in terms of comfort for the daily commute, but also adds a splash of personality to your outfit.
As with many products we find ourselves adding to our holiday lists, these RoToTo Double Face Socks originate from Japan. Made from merino wool on the outer face to retain heat and a high pile organic cotton in the inner face for a plush feel, trudging through winter is a lot easier with these bad boys caressing your little piggies. Inspired by original climbing socks knitted on classic knitting machines, RoToTo goes the extra mile by finishing the socks on metal plates and presses them to wash off any oil from the organic cotton. This provides the best essence of the merino wool and means you get one hell of a comfortable yet practical sock.
Available for $28 at Bridge & Burn.