Socken aus Schafwolle, vanilla
Wollsocken aus 70% Schafwolle, 20% Viskose, 6% Elasthan und 4% Nylon - Made in Mongolia.1
Schafe ziehen mit ihren Herden durch die weiten Steppen der Mongolei. Ihre Wolle ist anschmiegsam und hält deine Füße warm und trocken. Die stark gekräuselten Fasern bilden eine Vielzahl an Luftkämmerchen, wodurch die Wolle viel Feuchtigkeit aufnehmen kann und temperaturausgleichend wirkt.
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Our sheep wool socks are made from wool of Mongolian sheep. Due to the proportion of synthetic fiber and bamboo fiber the socks fit perfectly and adapt to the shape of your feet. Sheep woolkeeps warm, is durable and can absorb up to 30% of its own weight in moisture.. Like all wool products, sheep wool has a temperature-balancing and odor-neutral effect - so your feet feel comfortable at all times, even when you're out and about. The size of the socks is unisex and based on the size of the shoes.
A colorful spectrum of colors
Our beautiful socks made of sheep wool are available in different bright colors, as well as in light gray or anthracite. In everyday life we wear
them in sneakers with jeans or classically in boots.
Durability & Care
Our sheep wool socks are also recommended for
for wearing in shoes due to their good durability. If you are on the road for several days, you can simply air the socks in between
and then put them on again. However, the nature of wool also means that even sheep's wool will eventually wear through - durability like that of synthetic fiber products can therefore not be guaranteed.
How many Mongolian sheep are there?
Sheep are everywhere in Mongolia, as they account for up to 60% of the livestock - that's almost 32.2 million animals. For Mongolian herders, the versatile animals are particularly useful. Their wool warm up their feet, protect their yurts and feed the family all year round. But the traditional lifestyle and shepherds are threatened by dry summers and harsh winters. More and more often, nomadic families move from the countryside to the city for financial reasons. Therefore it is important to us that shepherds and producers can live from the sale of their wool.
When are sheep shorn?
In the winter time the thick wool coat protects the sheep from freezing to death. When the snow melts and the temperatures rise, they are sheared by their herders and families. Their wool is sorted by color and quality and sold to wool traders in early summer. The sale of the wool is an important source of income and guarantees survival during the next wintering.
How do sheep and nomads live?
Whoever is looking for a flock of sheep in the steppe, first recognizes them as a multitude of black and white dots on the horizon. A normal flock of one hundred to one thousand sheep and goats are released in the morning and spend the whole day searching for pasture grass in the vast steppe landscapes. Experienced shepherds can call their animals with a whistle and drive them back to the yurt in the evening.
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