Tretorn socks. Assorted styles and colors available. Click here for images, pricing, and more details about each option.
- From trusted Swedish outdoor brand
- Performance socks
- Cozy fabric blends
- Stylish patterns
- High and low styles
- Size: 10–13
Innovator Henry Dunker founded Tretorn in 1891, setting up headquarters in the small town of Helsingborg, Sweden. On the tail of the Industrial Revolution's massive advancements in production, the company grew swiftly, producing more than one million rubber boots annually by 1904. In addition to boots, the brand began innovating in sports gear: introducing the first canvas sports shoe (equipped with a nonslip rubber sole), tennis balls, and sailing boots. More than 100 years later, Tretorn still creates footwear and outerwear built to enhance the outdoor lifestyle.
This collection of socks facilitates all sorts of activities. High-cut pairs keep ankles cozy on winter strolls; low-cut socks keep gams cool during tennis matches or kick lines. Most pairs feature smart technology, such as antimicrobial materials that resist odors or fabric blends that insulate as well as breathe.
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