RoToTo socks are manufactured in the Nara Prefecture, Hiroyu, Japan using vintage knitting machines brought to Japan from the USA in the early 1900s. Avoiding mass production, they support skilled craftsmen and women who operate these machines manually and have developed a deep knowledge of their materials and manufacturing processes. Made with comfort and functionality in mind, these socks are designed to be “lifelong consumables”, and take whatever you and your boots can throw at them. Each model in the range is made from the perfect blend of materials for its purpose, resulting in a sock that will keep your feet looking and feeling good. We’ve worn RoToTo hard, both in the city and on the mountain, and there isn’t a better, more rugged sock around. “Machines, yarns and people become one”.