- Jun 8, 2013
Looks like Carhartt is having a sale on select winter items. The arctic wool boot socks are also on sale. I use these for hunting and outdoor work around the property in winter. Made in USA.
Country of Origin: Imported
We must be looking at different pages. When I bring it up, the only reference to manufacture is under the Q&A which lists USA.
From your link, Black XL...
These men's socks were designed to keep you warm through the coldest conditions. They're made from wool-blend fabric that wicks away sweat, and they feature abrasion-resistant reinforcement for durability.
68% wool / 24% nylon / 1% spandex / 7% other fiber
FastDry® technology wicks sweat and fights odors
Abrasion-resistant reinforcement throughout the entire sock
Lighter knit structure at the ankle reduces bulk
Top length: 12.5"-13.5"
Country of Origin: Imported
It has been my experience that when COO is only listed as "Imported" it means China.
Cold weather, go with merino wool socks. They still keep you warm when they're wet.
Or Darn Tough wool socks.
Both are great socks that will last.
They do tend to cost more.
I have a pair of the Carhart socks noted in the OP and they suck in the cold
I didn’t order any. Smart wool/wigwam myself and have not had cold feet this year. Outside normally 8 - 8 pm.
I must have been looking at something else that was made in USA.
Carhartt CEO says he's still mandating staff vaccinations. Now he's facing a boycott.
Partial except for the non-link clickers
"some customers are vowing to boycott Carhartt products after a January 14 internal memo from CEO Mark Valade surfaced on social media. The memo focuses on the Dearborn, Michigan-based company's response to the Supreme Court ruling on the Biden administration's vaccine rules for large workforces — which the high court struck down. Despite the ruling, Valade wrote, Carhartt would maintain its corporate policy of requiring its 5,500 workers to be vaccinated. "Many of you have asked how the recent Supreme Court decision on the OSHA mandate for large employers will impact our associates so we want to provide some clarity," he wrote in the memo, which was confirmed by Carhartt to be authentic. "The ruling does not change Carhartt's mandatory vaccination program, which went into effect on January 4th."
He added, "An unvaccinated workforce is both a people and business risk that our company is unwilling to take."
The memo has sparked both support and calls for a boycott, with the division coming down to whether consumers support vaccination requirements or see them as an intrusion on personal freedom. The unvaccinated are among the minority of Americans, given that 63% of the nation is fully vaccinated. But those who are unvaccinated tend to be higher in Republican-leaning areas, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. "
I have fat calf or some might say Kankles what socks don't collapse your calves ??I bought Carhart's that work decent
Carhartt CEO says he's still mandating staff vaccinations.