frogg toggs® to Manufacture New Line of Advanced Wading Socks in Alabama

February 17 2017

Arab, Ala., February 17, 2017 – frogg toggs®, a worldwide leader in innovative rainwear and wading systems technology, has announced that manufacturing of its new line of advanced wading socks will take place in its home state of Alabama.

The two versions of this unique wading sock include a version spun from COOLMAX fibers and is intended for warm weather use. A second version is spun from wool fibers and is intended for cold weather use. The multi-panel design along with proprietary materials provide a “stay-put” hold and support in all the right areas to make your next day of wading the most comfortable you have ever spent. frogg toggs new wading socks are being produced in a state-of-the-art production facility in Alabama.

Both versions feature exclusive technology designed to keep the sock in place all day regardless of conditions or amount of movement. Pro staff and field staff users of the new sock technology have said that the socks work perfectly and provide the most comfort and support of any wading sock they have ever used.

“Too often, the industry focuses on comfortable waders and tends to forget about other important areas like wading shoes and proper wading socks,” said Will Fowler, Director of Marketing for frogg toggs. “For frogg toggs, these are integral parts of the total wading system and not afterthoughts, as they are with so many others. Total comfort and performance starts on the interior and progresses through the layers to the actual wader. Proper wading socks that offer support, temperature control, and moisture management are necessities for comfortable day of wading your favorite stream or marsh.”

“frogg toggs, a veteran owned and operated company, is elated to be able to offer these unique features in a product that is proudly made in the USA,” added Fowler. “We hope that our fans will take a look at these products, give them a try and prove to themselves that these are by far the best wade wear socks on the market today.”