RoToTo socks are manufactured in Hiroyu, Japan, with each pair designed around a “lifelong consumables” ethos. Made with the combination of old and new manufacturing processes that bring together vintage American knitting machines imported to Japan in the early 1900s and modern materials and technology, RoToTo’s socks are the finest you’ll ever slip your feet into. The brand avoids mass production and supports skilled, local craftspeople with a deep knowledge of their craft stemming from decades of work in the garment industry. We’ve been wearing RoToTo socks for years and their comfort and durability are second to none. We’ve tested them during long hikes in the Northumberland hills; the choice of materials and quality of construction means they are tough and comfortable enough for all-day wear. Equally at home in the city or on the trail, RoToTo socks will keep your feet looking and feeling good and will quickly become the socks you always reach for. Check out our in-depth guide to RoToTo socks.