Austin’s Mohair Socks are attracting more fans everyday!
For every marker on the map, it tells a stories of our customers from that state!
The marker shows where they are from and where they are wearing our socks. If you would like to be a part of our map, tell us your story and send us a picture of you wearing our socks and we will put you on our website!
Michelle Tuchner & Gang on Mount Everest in Nepal/Tibet
Thanks for sending the sox so fast!
While in Ushuaia, Argentina as well as a cruise around the tip of South America and all through Patagonia visiting many Glaciers I wore theses marvelous sox. My feet were always toasty warm and I was totally comfortable even when my feet got wet hiking on the Glaciers and climbing on and off the Zodiaks. Thanks for the fabulous product! They are worth every penny! Here I am on the Australia cruising past the glacier. Too bad you can’t see my feet! I am wearing the sox!
Cindy in Japan, hanging out wearing her Austin’s Mohair socks.
Jody T. from Illinois in London on the Eye
My fiancé and I love your socks!!
Here’s my Mohair visible pictures from Taum Sauk Mountain State Park in Missouri.
“Wonderful. Warm, and super comfortable with whatever shoe you’re wearing. . .or not!” -Val T.
Dominic G. says, “Great socks! They keep my feet warm and dry at the same time. My feet are happy!”
Clay M. says “If you are on your feet all day, do your feet a favor and wear these socks. You will be glad you did!”
Jana W. says: “I’m wearing mine and I know the ones I gave as gifts for Christmas, are out duck hunting today too!
Kira and her sister wearing matching socks and PJs, keeping warm in Minnesota
Barb O. says: “Best Socks Ever!”
Finn in Wisconsin wears his to bed when he’s not feeling well.
Rhea D. – Arizona
“Mohair socks rock!”
Steve, guitar teacher and guitarist in band, EverAfter
I can’t believe there’s nothing on Yelp about Austin’s Mohair. This was an amazing angora goat farm in Harmony, MN, that offered a little tour and a fun shop, and frankly it was such an awesome place that I almost didn’t care that I was in the area to stay at the Mayo Clinic.
SO! Running the farm tours was a very unique, spunky lady, Mrs. Austin, who would walk you through the business of goats – how they were raised, what products they yielded – and LET YOU HOLD A BABY GOAT. Pause and consider a cuteness that is so great it almost blinds you with its majesty. That is the cuteness of a baby angora goat.
The attached shop sold all sorts of fascinating things from the area, as well as all the goat-related products you could possibly imagine: mohair socks, scarves and hats, gloves and mittens, yarn, goat milk soap, goat jerky (?!?). I bought socks there 8 years ago. They are the best socks I’ve ever had. I never knew socks could be something I’d think about beyond just “hey, I should wear these inside my shoes,” until I got these socks – these socks make all other socks feel like a wet plastic bag full of poison ivy. They are probably the best socks in the world. Since winter is the worst thing ever and requires sock-planning, I was looking to get more of these magic goat socks (note: goats may or may not be magic) without having to, you know, check in to the Mayo Clinic to justify the trip to MN, when I discovered that Mrs. Austin had, sadly, passed away.
WELL NOW YOU CAN BUY THESE SOCKS ONLINE FROM HER DAUGHTER’S WEBSITE, AUSTINSMOHAIRDOTCOM. And you absolutely should. BEST SOCKS EVER IN THE WORLD EVER EVERRRRRR. Burn all your other socks!
Margie P. Says:
“Love my Mohair Socks!”