Wigwam Debuts Fall 18 Socks at Retail and Online

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Sheboygan, WI. (August 6, 2018) – Wigwam Mills Inc., the family-owned maker of premium, made-in-the-USA socks since 1905, is pleased to announce the arrival of its Fall 2018 collection of socks including new styles in the Peak 2 Pub, Outdoor, Snow, Kids, and Work categories. The new styles can currently be found online at www.Wigwam.com and at Wigwam retailers across the US and Canada.

 “We are especially excited about the new styles in the Peak 2 Pub collection,” says Margaret Newhard, Director of Product at Wigwam. “The designs were inspired by and named after classic trails, rivers and peaks, which resulted in some uniquely Wigwam graphics and colorful patterns. We’ve incorporated our moisture control technologies and offer both man-made and Merino blends in a variety of weights and heights, so hikers can choose their ideal sock to stay dry and comfortable all day long.”

 Repreve® made out of recycled plastic bottles, also makes a debut for Fall 18 in Wigwam’s snow socks. “In the Moarri Ultralight over the calf sock, Repreve fiber is incorporated into our Ultimax® technology.  The Repreve yarn is used in the foot and is hydrophobic compared to the fibers used in the instep and leg, so moisture from the foot is transferred to the leg where it can evaporate more efficiently.

About WigwamWigwam has been proudly crafting socks in Sheboygan, WI since 1905. We carefully knit every pair with the goal of delivering the highest quality and performance for the most comfortable experience for our customers. Our commitment to local USA manufacturing, community, sustainability and stewardship of the environment has always been central to who we are. For more detail,s visit www.wigwam.com. Follow the Wigwam conversation at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube



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