There's a new sock in town. Meet Warm Peet, a sock company with heart. As the company's tagline reads, these are: "Socks that don't let you down. Socks that lift others up."
We are honored that Warm Peet will debut its product line at our festival. Stop by their tent to check out their merino wool hiking socks and other products.
But Warm Peet is more than a festival vendor. They've become our latest major sponsor, and their sponsorship helps keep this A.T. celebration a free event. Thanks, Warm Peet. We couldn't ask for a sponsor more aligned with our own mission: To promote and protect the Great Outdoors.
Here's more about this new kid on the block and their heart-warming mission:
Who is Warm Peet©?
A young boy would always say, "My peet are told," and I would laugh and laugh. To this day, 25+ years later, I still use that saying and I still laugh.
We believe "Warm Peet©" are essential to enjoying time outdoors. We are avid hikers, campers, and lovers of the outdoors. We understand the importance of a sock that won't let you down.
We also love quality. The high-Merino wool content provides maximum itch-free comfort. It keeps your feet warm, is anti-microbial, and moisture-wicking to keep your feet dry.
We believe in giving back. It's a fundamental part of who we are. Each pair of Warm Peet© socks you buy, supports suicide awareness & prevention, mental health, and nature preservation & outdoor recreation non-profits.
Our Socks, Your Peet, EVERYONE'S health!
Made Local. Made in the USA.
Our socks are manufactured here in the United States - North Carolina to be exact - we can proudly say our "Warm Peets©" are Made in the USA.
Our Commitment to Reducing Waste
We take every effort possible to be socially and environmentally conscious in the products we provide. You will not find anything in our packaging you cannot reuse, including the Warm Peet© container that we hope you will reuse again and again in your every day adventures.
No more single-use plastics!
Round Hill AT: Join us in bringing together local friends and family to get outside. Let’s discover our amazing backyards — from national treasures like the Appalachian Trail to new local and regional parks.