DeFeet was born in 1992. The first product was a totally customizable, open mesh weave airflow sock. The world's top endurance athletes took notice immediately. The characteristics of those early designs are evident throughout the DeFeet line, today.

Elegant, simple, useful and built to last.


The Barnstormer Aireator 6" in two new colorways - black/light navy/neon pink/celeste green or neon orange/hi-vis pink/dawson/light navy.


DeFeet uses only the highest quality, locally-sourced recycled and USA grown fibers. The result is the finest quality, best performing, longest-lasting, and most sustainable socks and accessories made anywhere in the world. For over two decades, DeFeet has been a leading manufacturer of recycled products and has consequently built one of the most sustainable product lines available. Our entire range is made using performance fibers from recycled plastic bottles and USA grown merino wools. This, along with energy and resource-saving practices at the DeFeet factory, has helped us achieve our goals in creating one of the most Earth-friendly product lines and supply chains anywhere in North America and the world.


DeFeet’s wool is grown, washed & dyed in the USA. This dramatically reduces carbon emissions. Comfort and environmental responsibility in one sock.

Socks and accessories crafted from the finest Merino Wool available. USA Grown, Washed & Dyed



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Team DeFeet Cancer

Some years ago we noticed a cycling club was using the word DeFeet in their name. We reached out and asked what their club was about. The stories behind what brings people together around bicycles ...

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Sockfunding Checks In With Australian Wildlife

As some of the largest wildfires ever witnessed raged through Australia, threatening much of the country's land and species, DeFeet set about raising funds.  WIRES is an organization that helps Au...

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The Winning Story of DeFeet - Peloton Magazine

DeFeet was featured in Peloton Issue 84 • Interview: Brad Roe Read the Story Here: