New partnerships give your dollars more power
"Everyone in our Point6 tribe values the great outdoors, and we are ecstatic to continue to grow this line and add great partners to the roster of efforts we can support," said Point6 CEO and Founder Peter Duke.
Wild Playground Series socks are the perfect gift for the conservationist in your life. With these socks, you can proudly sport the organizations' logos that work to protect the places you love and appreciate.
"The NFF is thrilled to be working with Point6 to increase awareness and support for our amazing National Forests. When people can purchase high-quality gear that helps improve their experience outdoors while also benefiting the places they play, it’s a win-win," Greg Peters, NFF Director of Communications.
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Point6 founders and merino wool innovators, Peter and Patty Duke, introduced merino wool to the outdoor industry over 20 years ago. Point6 started with a mission to provide outdoor enthusiasts with the best wool socks on the market. Using only the finest fibers, combined with years of industry knowledge, Point6 confidently guarantees its socks will last -- drying faster and keeping you at the optimal body temperature to perform longer. The name Point6 signifies merino’s ability to keep your core body at its optimal temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit.
"Point6 Hiking Socks: Regardless of the kind of hiking you are doing, you need socks that will protect your feet. That is exactly why we included Point6 on our list of the best hiking gear startups. Some may not consider them a startup, as they were founded in 2008 by the creators of SmartWool, Patty and Peter Duke. But with only 12 employees and such a high quality product, we couldn’t exclude them. Point6, which is named for 98.6 degrees F, utilizes only compact-spun Merino wool yarn -- a much tighter yarn than ring-spun yarn -- making for a much more comfortable and warmer sock. The wool is woven into a "matrix, or tic-tac-toe box," says Peter, to create a form-fitting product."