naturally organic socks
mine are midcalves...
Hemp midcalves, marketed to me as men's socks...
I kind of like them though and I think other girls and sock lovers will too.
As you probably know, hemp is a wonderful renewable resource that doesn't require pesticides or herbicides. It is the strongest natural fiber so it isn't exactly naturally soft. For this reason many hemp socks have a high amount of cotton too.
The EG Smith hemp bootsocks are only 18% hemp because they are 81% cotton and nice and soft because of it...
These are 50% hemp and a good sturdy sock...
They are not itchy or scratchy...
so small most people won't see what it is unless they look closely
they have this little embroidered leaf on them...
we have the option of getting our own logo but would have to buy alot so that's not going to happen anytime soon.
Now for the fit...
warm & dry
The tops were narrow (on ME!!!), mostly it was getting them over my 8.5 (slightly wide) feet, I didn't have trouble, but I think large feet will. Once on they are really comfy, nice padding around the feet and comfortably warm. They stayed up pretty well and could be scrunched down comfortably, again, slightly narrow cuff, so large calves aren't going to like them. They are a "one size" fit, 9-11 or shoe size smallish to largish, I don't think feet smaller than 7 will like them unless you like loose socks and, as I said above, large feet beware, they may be snug. That said, if they are in your range and you want hemp socks I think these are a great choice at $10...