Canadian Great Outdoors Blog

"Socks, socks, wonderful socks! I am NEVER, NEVER going to take them off." Perhaps the little girl in Robert's Munsch's story book was wearing loveable Thermohair socks. If you've been pegged as that classic mother-in-law who buys lame socks and underwear as Christmas presents, you can break loose and buy socks that your son-in-law will absolutely love. Maybe this year you just want to go big in the stocking stuffer department, then don't buy cheap socks, instead get high quality ones that your family members will absolutely love. Nothing says I love you, thank you, you are appreciated, more than cozy warm feet this holiday season.

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Both kids and adults need to keep warm and protected once the cold winter arrives with its plummeting temperatures. How warm and comfortable you will stay outdoors has to do with how well you dress. We have some suggestions for how to help layer up right this winter season. At The Brown Bear we have a few products that will help you keep toasty warm in winter weather from two of our online stores, Canadian Great Outdoors and Moccasins Canada. We recommend layering up with superior gear that is guaranteed to keep you dry, warm and comfortable so you can enjoy the great outdoors. Plan to build that snowman, go downhill skiing or have a snowball fight and we'll supply you with the outdoor attire to ensure you have fun while you're at it!

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As you may already know, Mohair is the first hair sheared from a baby Angora goat. Kid mohair is extremely fine and the most soft and expensive of all the mohair grades, making it the perfect yarn for socks. Thermohair socks are made of 75% kid mohair and 25% nylon. Let's find out what makes these great socks also therapeutic.

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Thermohair socks are sure to keep your feet toasty warm so they are ideal for those working, commuting or playing outside in the cold. Mohair is a renewable resource and an all natural fibre that is environmentally friendly. Learn more about why Thermohair socks are the best for warmth and comfort.

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