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"Your feet are your foundation. Wigwam believes in protecting that foundation with Wigwam socks constructed to support you in every activity you pursue..."

Wigwam Socks

Wigwam Mills, Inc. is proud to knit its socks in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, U.S.A., just for you because Wigwam Socks cares. Wigwam Socks cares that thousands of manufacturers in this country sacrifice quality for less-expensive labor in other areas of the world, to increase the bottom line. Wigwam Socks continues to lobby in Washington D.C. for programs that responsibly limit the quantity of imported products coming into this country while still pursuing a policy of fair trade with our many global neighbors. Wigwam Socks cares about the environmental, sociological, and financial implications of this policy. We want you to feel good about buying Wigwam Socks because Wigwam has set a standard of integrity that they strive to live up to every day. Wigwam Socks manufacturing facility is state of the art and getting more “green” all of the time. Wigwam Socks have and are working with local utilities to improve their efficiency and limit their carbon footprint by installing solar energy panels to heat their water, motion sensory lights to limit wasted power, and responsible waste management to re-use and recycle as much as they can.

Wigwam Socks support wool producers in this country by sourcing their wool almost exclusively from American yarn spinners who buy from American wool growers. And Wigwam Socks supports domestic yarn spinners whenever possible and work with them to get the best quality natural and manmade fibers and yarn for all of their products. For over 100 years, Wigwam Socks has been dedicated to enhancing the lives of their customers. Wigwam Socks has done this not just through providing them the finest quality socks, but by providing them with the assurance that their purchase of Wigwam Socks supports their reputation of honesty and integrity.

Wigwam Socks - Care Instructions

What is the best way to care for my Wigwam socks?
A little bit of care for your Wigwam socks can keep them performing well for years. For the best results, Wigwam recommends that you turn your Wigwam socks inside out before washing. Wash in warm water. Do not bleach. Do not use fabric softener. Tumble dry with low heat. Remove promptly.

What is the best way to stop my Wigwam wool socks from pilling?
Wigwam suggests that you launder your Wigwam socks inside out.

Should I use fabric softener on my Wigwam socks?
In styles that are classified as moisture moving, the fibers are made up of channels. The channels are used to move the moisture away from the foot and after time liquid fabric softener will get trapped in the channels causing the Wigwam socks not to wick as it was designed.

I soaked my Wigwam socks in bleach to try to get them white and the elastic came out?
Check the care instructions on the inside of the package. Bleach causes the elastic in Wigwam socks to break down.

I bought two pairs of the same style Wigwam socks and one is smaller than the other. Why?
This can be caused by a number of things: Wigwam has a 1/2" (+/-) tolerance set for length, possibly a cone of yarn has more stretch than the last, tension on the machine, or the size of the stitch.

I bought a pair of socks and the toe seam split open as soon as I put my foot in them. Why would this happen?
When the Wigwam socks are knit the toe seam is sewn shut. At times the toe seam does not get sewn shut properly and when your foot is inserted into the Wigwam sock, the tension from your foot pops open the toe seam.

I have tails stick out of the stitching in Cool-Lite Hiker Pro Quarter (style F6066). Why is this?
Once this Wigwam style was washed tails on latter stitch would pop out, Wigwam has corrected this by changing the yarn that is used in that sport sock.

Why are the heels wearing out?
It could be because the Wigwam socks are too large or your shoe/ boot is too large or has a rough spot in it. In both cases, excessive abrasion takes place on the heel, causing a hole.

Why am I getting holes in the toe of my Wigwam socks?
The most common reason that people get holes in the toes of Wigwam socks is because their nails are too long. This creates holes in the sock.

The toe seam is bulky in my socks?
SHOP Wigwam SocksWigwam has a select number of styles where the toe seam is closed on a sewing machine. At times the person running the machine will make the toe seam too thick to ensure it does not open.