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Joy of Sox, day 3 – Darn Tough Vermont

Another family-owned company, Darn Tough Vermont got its start in 1978 in the town of Northfield, Vermont. Thirty+ years later, their insistence on using only the highest quality materials and strict quality control has earned them an enviable reputation for…

Joy Of Sox, Day 2 – Lorpen

Back in 1985, Industrias Savidai S.L. was basically what we would consider an OEM supplier, making socks for brands like Reebok and Adidas in Spain. When those companies shifted their production to China and Turkey, Industrias Savidai S.L. decided it…

Joy of Sox – a little luxury for your feet

Open any cycling magazine, and you’ll see pages and pages of ads for all manner of cycling gear designed to make you ride faster and farther, more efficiently and sometimes with more comfort. Then look at the prices. Yeah, that’s…

Agion, continued

This is a follow up to my Agion post, about the shirt that I’ve been testing. My goal is to push the limits of the antimicrobial treatment and see what it takes to get the shirt to ripen up a…