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FITS® wool socks for women are woven with super fine merino wool. Built with our Full Contact Fit®, our women’s merino wool socks adjust to your every movement for worry-free comfort and performance. Shop our wide selection of wool socks for women to find the perfect pair for any occasion.


Find Your Perfect Pair of Wool Socks for Women

FITS® wool socks for women are the best fitting, most comfortable feeling socks ever made. With eight sock heights and numerous designs and colors, you are sure to find the perfect pair of women’s merino wool socks.


FITS® Women's Invisible

Featuring a seamless, one-piece construction that keeps the sock locked in place without being seen, our invisible socks perfectly adapt to whatever shoe you are wearing. 


FITS® Women’s No Show

This women’s lightweight wool sock provides high-impact cushioning in the toe cup and the heel lock areas. A favorite option for women’s lightweight wool socks is the Light Runner - No Show offered in three staple colors.


FITS® Women’s Low 

Rising just above the ankle, our low height socks are the perfect fit for any adventure.  Because of the dynamic toe cup, heel lock, and high impact cushioning, these women’s merino wool socks are a popular choice among runners and joggers. 


FITS® Women’s Quarter

If you’re searching for women’s quarter height wool socks, look no further than the Light Hiker- Quarter. This women’s quarter height  wool sock is built with a stay put cuff that serves as a built-in screen-guard to help keep out dirt and rocks while you're trail running.


FITS® Women’s Mini Crew

Our most popular hiking socks for women, the Light Hiker, is also available in the mini crew height. The Light Hiker Mini Crew falls mid-way below the calf and features our patented Full Contact Fit®, which hugs and contours to your foot to keep the sock in place.


FITS® Women’s Crew

Our new Women’s Light Hiker (Trigon) - Crew takes this staple sock up a notch with cool style and color options. Plus, it offers extra cushioning in the heel, toe, and arch. When shopping for wool socks for women, you can’t go wrong with the traditional crew height.


FITS® Women’s Boot

When on the trail less traveled, you may find yourself needing a sock that's built for extreme durability and cozy comfort. The Heavy Expedition Boot is the sock for the job. Keeping you warm and dry all day this sock is the perfect fit. 


FITS® Women’s OTC

The tallest of our women’s merino wool socks, the Women’s Pro Ski (Power) - OTC, is made for the skier who prefers a padded shin and a more secure heel, which adds comfort while reducing the risk of “heel lift.”


Get Your Favorite Women’s Merino Wool Socks

Whether you’re looking for women’s light wool socks or women’s thick wool socks, we have many options for you to choose from. Find your favorite height, style, and designs to make your feet happy today. Don't know which size to order? Check out our sock size chart to determine the right size for you.


Can you wear wool socks everyday?

Yes! Many people hear “wool socks” and think of those thick winter socks you’d wear under your ski boots. But wool socks are much more versatile than you might think. FITS® merino wool socks for women come in different lengths and thicknesses so you can comfortably wear them as part of your everyday attire. 


Merino wool is one of the best materials for socks and therefore, for your feet! Merino wool is naturally antimicrobial, helping to prevent foot odor that often plagues synthetic socks. It’s also breathable, quick-drying and wicks moisture away from your skin. 


And while your merino wool socks might have a higher price tag, it’s important to remember that wool fibers are designed to last and last. You expect your cheap 12-pack of cotton socks to wear down with every wash because cotton fibers are not very strong. Wool fibers on the other hand are thick, durable, and hold their original shape even when used as your everyday sock. 


What are the benefits of wearing wool socks?

Wool is consistently ranked as one of the best sock materials - and for good reason. Besides being one of the softest natural fibers, merino wool offers a host of other benefits. 


Merino wool socks are naturally antimicrobial, meaning they help to inhibit the growth of microorganisms that can lead to odor and other unpleasant foot issues. Think about it - sheep would have a hard time if their dense wool coats weren’t working for them! 


In addition to antimicrobial properties, wool socks are moisture-wicking and quick-drying. Rather than trapping moisture between the sock and your foot, it wicks it away and quickly dries, leaving your feet feeling comfortable all day. 


Because wool fibers are incredibly durable, you can expect your merino wool socks to last a long time. Wool fibers are strong and not prone to shedding or breaking like cotton fibers, and won’t lose their shape like some synthetic socks. 


The list goes on! From breathability to durability, wool socks are the way to go.


What type of socks are best for walking?

When choosing the best socks for walking, there are a few qualities that you want to look for: breathability, durability, cushioning, and comfort are just a few. 


Wool consistently outperforms other materials at all of the above! 


Wool socks are naturally antimicrobial and wick away moisture, allowing more breathability than synthetic socks. Unlike cotton which retains moisture, wool dries quickly so your feet can feel fresh even on long walks. 


Merino wool socks are also incredibly durable. Wool is a strong, sturdy fiber that doesn’t break down or lose its shape quickly like cotton or synthetic materials. That means that your wool socks will last much longer than a cheap pack of cotton socks. 


For walking socks, you want to consider how much cushion is on high-impact points like your heel and toe. While most socks have a heel and toe thickness of 18.5 microns, our merino wool socks offer 23.5 microns of thickness. 


Finally, comfortable socks are vital for walking long distances. The last thing you want is to find yourself halfway through your walk with a blister forming. Because merino wool wicks moisture from the skin, the chances of blisters forming is significantly reduced when compared to other materials.