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Jul 25

Product Review: EcoSox

EcoSoxThe people at GreenStepsOnline.com were nice enough to give me two pairs of one of their most popular products, EcoSox, to review. EcoSox are made from bamboo woven fabrics, which makes them highly sustainable. Because EcoSox are made from bamboo they are 100% biodegradable, naturally antibacterial, antifungal and antistatic.

There are many benefits of bamboo as it is one of the world’s most renewable resources, is 100% biodegradable, absorbs nitrogen from waste water, and a stand of bamboo when compared to an equivalent stand of trees takes in five times the greenhouse gases.

One pair I was given is designated as casual and the other are designed as athletic socks. The casual pair I have worn around the house and they are very comfortable. They also may be the softest socks I’ve ever worn. EcoSox have spoiled me to not wanting to go back to my regular socks. The other pair, the athletic EcoSox, I have worn while playing golf. I quickly noticed how comfortable they are with my golf shoes. At the end of the round the EcoSox are definitely softer and more moisture resistant than cotton.

I would recommend EcoSox to anyone. They are extremely comfortable and eco-friendly. Also, I bet they are softer than the socks you are wearing right now.

 
 
 
 

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  1. Tom

    These are the best socks I’ve ever worn!

  2. Michael Jefferson

    Very challenging many thanks, I do think your current subscribers may well want far more information similar to this keep up the good effort.

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  4. Clay Miller

    According to the EcoSox FAQ page on their website(http://www.ecosox.com/apps/faq/):

    Do Ecosox deprive Pandas of their food source?

    No. There are over 1,200 species of bamboo on the planet. All of our products are manufactured from a specific bamboo called “moso” which is not eaten by Pandas.

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