Warm socks for wet and windy weather
Warm feet are happy feetSpring is officially here, the days are getting longer but that does not mean the weather is getting any warmer. March and April are known to be the wettest months of the year and that is why looking after your feet is important.
Workforce offers a diverse sock range designed to provide the perfect solution to the problems of uncomfortable feet experienced by many when they are walking or working outside.
The range of socks includes designs with advanced technology such as arch support, terry cushion panels, anatomically constructed left and right feet, Silverplus technology and heavy gauge rib, all engineered to provide the wearer with the comfort and security.
Television’s celebrity builder and DIY expert, Tommy Walsh knows how important it is to look after your feet at work as the weather gets cooler.
“People often overlook their feet when they think about their workwear through the spring months but it’s essential that your feet are protected and warm while you’re at busy. Workforce socks are perfect for this, they’re warm, but never get too hot; they’re padded, extra strong and fit comfortably with my working boots and shoes.”
Workforce also has socks designed specifically for wetter conditions. The Classic Thermal Sock features full terry cushion footbed for the maximum comfort and shock absorption with 90% acrylic to ensure the cold is kept out all day. The Heat Holders thermal sock also has a high acrylic content but this is paired with Soft grip welt for extreme all day comfort. Workforce Long Boot Socks offer increased support to the heel, toe and arch areas, ensuring greater durability and the specially developed Construction Sock brings together a combination of fantastic features that work with the requirements of wide range of fishing experts.
There are 17 different designs currently included in the range, where practicality is always a priority and Workforce guarantees to provide a hard working sock that doesn’t compromise on style or comfort.
For more information go to workforcesocks.co.uk.
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