The confluence of the Colorado and Green Rivers, where one can see the results of a millennia of work carving out the canyons. Where the two rivers meet, one can see the contrasting colors of the waters. These socks express through the colors and patterns the roughness of those rivers and canyons.
These socks use Dralon cotton yarn, a cotton and acrylic mix yarn. Cotton by itself tends to result in socks that gradually become rougher and stiffer over many washes and wears. Acrylic is a good material for socks, as it brings and maintains softness. Some other features of Dralon cotton: hypo-allergenic, easy to clean, quick-drying and odor-resistant.
They also use combed cotton yarn, which is a very soft version of regular cotton. Combed cotton doesn't have any impurities or short protruding threads, is stronger than regular cotton, and ismade by treating the cotton fibers before they are spun into yarn.