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Zoom Sock Terry - Ultimate thickness!
Zoom Alpaca Terry Sock - Ultimate thickness!
Zoom Alpaca Terry Sock - Ultimate thickness!
Zoom Alpaca Terry Sock - Ultimate thickness!
Zoom Alpaca Terry Sock - Ultimate thickness!

Alpaca Terry Sock - Ultimate thickness!


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The thickest most comfy alpaca sock! Our Terry Sock is the ultimate in thickness! This is our warmest sock, made locally in Ontario from local fibre. “Stand in the snow” warmth, the terry sock is our most popular outdoor activities sock, and equally as a house sock/slipper. Thicker than most, this sock is a sheared cushion-looped terry inside knit alpaca with nylon for added strength and durability! Made in Canada exclusively for Chetwyn farms

*Perfect for diabetics & those suffering from foot neuropathy

A word about sock sizing & care - All our alpaca socks are UNISEX unless otherwise noted.    UNISEX - small 5-8, medium 8-11, large 11-13+ CARE:  Gently wash by hand or on gentle machine cycle in COLD water.  Lay flat to air-dry NEVER put an alpaca sock in the dryer.  The heat and moisture will felt the sock!  Consider the use of a “Laundry Bag” to keep socks separate during the wash!

All Our Socks are unisex

Small 5-8

Medium 8-11

Large 11-13+

Alpaca Terry Sock - Ultimate thickness!


Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
Amazing socks !

So cozy and soft ! You never want to take them off .

Super cozy!

These are the coziest, most luxurious socks ever - Love them!

Judy Matthews

Very warm and comfortable.

A Landry

Alpaca Terry Sock - Ultimate thickness!

Fiona Mcpherson
They're Great, but pricey.

I bought these for my husband at The SHED in Nov '22. He likes them almost as much as The Wellington work socks. Comfy for winter snow clearing, they don't fall down in his boots like other similar but more cheaply made socks. He's only worn them a few times--so far, so good--so I can't comment on their durability. I will say that, in hindsight, $48 is a lot to pay for a pair of socks and I really hope they will last as long as the last thick alpacas I bought in Newfoundland (which are 6+ years now with no sign of worn heels or toes). Thank you, SHED.


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