Lorpen Launches Renewed Polartec Trekking Expedition Socks To Protect Your Feet In Extreme Cold 

ARRASATE (Gipuzkoa), Spain — November 3, 2021 — In their Fall Winter 2021-2022 collection, Lorpen, a domestic and international outdoor socks brand, has renovated its Polartec T3+ range, which is designed for extreme cold. One of the highlights in this segment is the Polartec Trekking Expedition socks that have an anatomical design that’s different for the left and right feet and that has 3 layers of textiles on the foot made up of 2 layers of Polarec Power Stretch multi-elastic textile and an insulating layer in between with Primaloft fiber. In this renewed model Lorpen has put the Primaloft in the toes into the entire sole and heel, which provides a lot more insulation than the previous version. It’s look has also been updated to have a more trendy design.

The technicity and design of these socks are backed up by the know-how of the brand, which has been based in Etxalar, a small village very close to the Pyrenees, for more than 30 years. Lorpen manufactures all their socks there and then distributed all around the world. The brand is a pioneer in developing in-house cutting edge technology for their products, (for example T3 technology which was a turning point in the industry), because it was the first brand to use three different layers of thread in a single sock. That put the brand at the summit of this market niche and they’re currently the undisputed leaders of their segment. They were also pioneers in using flat seems in the toe with their stitch by stitch sewing, which is something only the brand can do at their plant in Etxalar. Specializing in just one product and the passion they make their socks with, where craft and innovation are mixed, means they’re the brand chosen by the most demanding athletes looking for the best performance. That is because Lorpen socks provide transpirability, protection and maximum compression to guarantee cooler and drier feet than when you wear other socks.

Posted November 4, 2021

Source: Lorpen