Farm to Feet is introducing the Top Sheet Collection of graphic ski socks for Fall 2019. Three new designs, the Telluride, Mammoth, and Jamaica, join the popular Hailey to create the collection inspired by ski and snowboard culture and the locations they are named for.

“When designing these socks we wanted create something visually exciting that captured elements of their locations,” said Dane Nester, Farm to Feet creative director.

L to R: Telluride, Mammoth, Jamaica.

L to R: Telluride, Mammoth, Jamaica.

Telluride, CO, is known for its box canyon, steep couloirs, deep powder, and laid-back atmosphere. Farm to Feet’s Telluride sock design blends inspiration from the community’s atmosphere and one of the mountain’s infamous couloirs, the Hairy Banana. The Telluride features large banana leaves that wrap around the leg and is available in four colors of Black, Reseda, Turkish coffee, and the colorful Biscay Bay.

Mammoth, CA, has been home to some of the biggest names in snowboarding for years and has hosted numerous snowboarding national championships and grand prix events. While the sport has trended towards the half pipe and slopestyle, the Farm to Feet Mammoth sock gives a nod to the days of snowboard giant slalom with its tri-panel design inspired design. The Mammoth is offered in five colors of Red Clay, Desert Tan, Biscay Bay, Verdant Green, and Wooly Blue.

The Jamaican bobsled team may be the first thing to come to mind when one thinks of Jamaica and snowsports, but nestled near the base of Stratton Mountain in southern Vermont sits the town of Jamaica where many of its powder hungry inhabitants ski 100+ days a year. The Farm to Feet Jamaica sock blends the island nation’s vibe with the Vermonter’s hope for pow and love of groomers. The Jamaica features a Rasta inspired ring of color around the top of the sock and is offered in five colors of Silver, Charcoal, Natural, Desert Tan, and Reseda.

Each style in the Top Sheet collection is made with ultra-soft, 19.5-micron US merino wool and feature full density cushioning in the shin and bottom of the foot and reinforcement around the ankle. As with all Farm to Feet socks, the Top Sheet Collection styles all feature a seamless toe closure and are made completely with US materials. Each sock in the collection carry a manufacturers retail price of $25.

Farm to Feet will debut the Top Sheet Collection at the 2019 SNOW SHOW in Denver, CO January 30 through February 1.

Farm to Feet celebrates the American manufacturing tradition by creating the world’s best socks designed for everyone to follow their own trail. Driven by detail and an independent spirit, Farm to Feet produces its socks in its sustainability focused facility in Mt. Airy, NC. Employing the most advanced knitting techniques, Farm to Feet makes the most comfortable and feature-rich socks available. Farm to Feet believes socks are meant for the outdoors and is committed to improving the outdoor recreational experience and advocating for the protection of wild places. Learn more at and join us on Facebook.



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