Farm to Feet Enters Tactical Market

January 26, 2021

Farm to Feet – makers of 100 percent American socks – has launched a new Merino wool sock collection specifically designed for the needs of the tactical and law enforcement market. All Farm to Feet socks are Berry Amendment compliant with all materials used in the socks sourced in the United States, including the Merino wool.


The American Sheep Industry Association hosted a military tour of wool mills in the Southeast in 2017 that introduced representatives from Farm to Feet to key garment developers and purchasers within the U.S. military. Various wool styles for new sock lines were discussed at that time.

The Farm to Feet Tactical Collection includes three extended crew length boot socks made with American Merino wool: the heavyweight Kodiak, lightweight Coronado, and lightweight Fayetteville. The Fayetteville also is available in one-quarter crew and low-cut heights, ideal for physical training. Lastly, the Jericho completes the collection as a technically designed cold weather heavyweight over-the-calf sock.

As with all Farm to Feet socks, the names of the socks are derived from locations tied to the brand or its partners. For its Tactical Collection, Farm to Feet pays homage to the locations of iconic military bases that support the men and women of the U.S. armed services: the Naval Special Warfare Cold Weather Detachment in Kodiak, Alaska; the U.S. Navy Seals School at Naval Amphibious Base in Coronado, Calif.; U.S. Army Special Operations Command in Fayetteville, N.C.; and the Army Mountain Warfare School in Jericho, Vt.

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Source: American Sheep Industry Association