BellePaga socks are exceptionally warm. They are made of a natural fiber considered to be the warmest of fibers: alpaca wool. This wool is very soft and 7 times warmer than sheep's wool.
An alpaca is an animal living at an altitude of more than 4000m in the Andes Mountains in South America and that produces an exceptional fiber gathering many recognized natural properties, such as warmth, thermoregulation, antiperspirant properties, softness, and resistance. It is ideal for socks and to meet the needs of cold feet.
BellePaga offers you this thanks to its large collection of high-quality socks for women and men.
Warm socks for cold feet
Our socks are warm and meet the needs of cold feet. Alpaca wool is known for its exceptional warmth, which comes from its insulating power (natural hollow fiber containing insulating air pockets). It is also known to allow the skin to breathe particularly well, and eliminating any smell from perspiration.
This wool was used by NASA for the astronauts' clothing and accessories. They are therefore thermal and breathable socks. For NASA it is the best natural warm fiber that exists for our feet.
Our BellePaga alpaca wool socks will allow you to keep your feet warm while letting them breathe. End the discomfort of eternally cold feet.
If you are a skier or hiker, thanks to their finesse, our socks will also be ideal to wear under your usual thick socks.
Our warm Alpaca wool socks are of very high quality.
We have carefully selected the wool from alpacas in their natural environment at an altitude of more than 4000 meters in Peru.
Production is carried out directly on-site, in a workshop by expert craftspeople. Each pair of socks is finished and checked by hand for a perfect finish and comfort.
Finally, Alpaca fiber is very resistant and allows BellePaga socks to last a long time. It is 4 times more resistant than sheep's wool, almost does not pill, and wears out very slowly. It is the ideal fiber for textiles that are subjected to severe tests such as socks.
These warm socks are of very high quality. They remain in their original condition for many years, even after multiple washes.
The comfort of our socks is our top priority. To make it optimal, each BellePaga Alpaca wool sock is hand-knitted. This technique is rare and allows precision and finishing much higher quality than that of a machine. As a result, no seams are visible and comfort is guaranteed!
These socks are specially designed to provide you with a unique feeling of comfort, softness and warmth. Indeed, Alpaca wool is very soft and does not scratch, unlike other wools. It is very comfortable to wear on the skin.
In addition, the natural elasticity and finesse of our socks will allow you not to compress your feet when wearing your shoes, unlike conventional socks. This fineness is very important for the comfort of your feet.
These Alpaca socks are exceptionally comfortable!
Foot health - Reduced perspiration and odours
BellePaga's warm socks are excellent for the health of your feet.
In fact, in addition to being warm, they let your feet breathe and greatly reduce perspiration and odours.
Alpaca fiber is thermoregulating and lets your feet breathe. BellePaga socks thus allow moisture to wick away from the skin very well. Our socks greatly reduce the formation of fungal infections and improve the overall health of your feet.
In addition, we have a collection of the warmest socks in our range, which are our Premium socks.
Why are they warmer? Because in these socks there is a higher percentage of Baby Alpaca fiber, about 55%, more than half of this sock is composed of the exceptional Baby Alpaca fiber, which gives them even more softness, warmth and comfort to wear. The rest is made of a subtle combination of 2 excellent natural fibers: the warm and soft wool of Baby Alpaca and the breathable bamboo fibre. This fibre is also one of the most ecological, natural and skin-friendly fibers.
If you suffer from the cold in winter, need a warm pair of socks and are looking for a soft, warm and comfortable experience, these are the socks to turn to!
With BellePaga warm socks, your feet breathe better, stay dry, and healthier!
Natural and ecological warm socks
The Alpaca fiber used for our warm socks is natural and 100% environmentally friendly, as well as animal-friendly.
Alpacas have no ecological impact and are environmentally friendly.
First, we select for our socks alpacas that live in their natural environment, without enclosures, in the high plains of Peru.
Then, these animals have pads on their legs that allow them to respect the soil on which they walk, unlike Kashmir goats, for example, which plough the land with their hooves.
In addition, to feed itself, Alpaca cuts off part of the plant it eats without uprooting it. It is not very greedy, alpaca only eats what it needs. After the animal has passed through, the plant grows back easily and quickly.
The alpaca fiber used in our warm socks is the only wool that does not contain lanolin. This avoids, as with other wools, soaking the raw wool in chemical basins to remove the lanolin before making yarn.
Finally, our warm socks are produced in a short circuit, where the raw material is harvested. This avoids trips to different points on the globe for the various stages of creation. At BellePaga, the entire process takes place in Peru.
Maintenance - Easy to Wash
Thanks to the fantastic resistance of Alpaca fiber (4 times more than sheep's wool), our socks are very resistant to wear and have a long life span. You can store them for years without any problem and wash them easily in a machine in a wool program or at 30 degrees with the rest of your clothes. Moreover, alpaca wool hardly pills as the washing goes on, unlike sheep's wool.
Finally, BellePaga uses natural shades directly from the animal's wool or mineral pigments that are much more resistant than chemical shades and much more environmentally friendly. The natural colours do not change with each wash.
Try these exceptional socks now, discover them for women and men!
Also, discover all the other Alpaca wool products in our women's and men's collections.