The answer depends on what you want.
The wool socks, known as wool socks because of their shape and color, are a popular choice for those looking to keep warm in the winter and for women who want to wear them without being so cozy.
The cotton wool spot, on the other hand, is a good option for those who want a little more comfort and a bit more control over the fabric, but also want something to wear on the run.
“It’s a very popular choice,” said Diane Hickey, a registered nurse and certified personal trainer who has worked with wool socks.
“You can buy it in any size.
If you don’t have a large size to go with the wool, you can go up to size eight.”
The cotton is softer and the fibers are more durable than wool, but you’re also at a disadvantage in cold weather because of the heat generated by your body.
It’s also a bit hard to clean because the cotton fibers absorb moisture.
Hickey said that, when she was working as a personal trainer, she would often work out with wool sock for two to three hours a day and then have to wash them after.
“I’m not saying it’s bad to wear wool socks,” she said.
“But when you’re going to have to do that, you’re not going to get the same results as a cotton sock.”
Hickey suggested that you choose the wool sock if you want to keep your feet warm and you want the socks to be durable.
The best cotton wool socks are made of wool, which is soft and stretchy and has a slightly less wicking than wool.
When it’s wet, wool will absorb water and make it feel like it’s going to dry out, which will help the socks keep their shape.
But the downside of wool socks is that they’re not waterproof.
“Wool socks are great for people who have allergies, who have dry skin,” Hickey added.
“They’re great for those with sensitive skin.”
If you want a sock that won’t break, but is still warm enough to wear, choose wool socks or a cotton spot.
When the weather is cold, a wool sock can help keep your body warmer, but it will feel like you’re wearing cotton.
Hitting the right size can make or break the sock, especially if you’re a little bit over the recommended size.
Holes in a sock’s foot make it more comfortable to wear.
Wool socks are usually more comfortable than a spot.
“If your foot is small, it’s not going, like, going through the hole in your sock,” Hinson said.
If the sock is too big, it can make it uncomfortable to wear and make the foot feel like its going to be sticking out of the sock.
Hijinks about the right sock Hickey recommends wearing a wool spot to match the shape of the socks.
She said that it can be difficult to decide on a size, especially with a new pair of socks.
The shape of a sock is the biggest factor in whether it fits correctly.
If a sock doesn’t fit right, it won’t feel comfortable.
“Socks that are too tight and it’s too tight can feel uncomfortable,” Hinchys said.
It can be easy to forget about a sock if it’s small or it doesn’t have enough room.
If your foot has a lot of holes, a hole in the toe can make the sock feel a bit big, especially in cold climates.
“When you’re out in the cold, it will make it a little harder to move your feet,” Hins said.
She added that she thinks that you should wear a spot sock to avoid this problem because a hole can make walking difficult.
But Hins also recommends that you try to find a sock size that fits you best.
A wool spot sock should fit a size 8 to 9, Hins recommended, because a small size is too small to accommodate your foot.
“A spot sock is also very flexible,” she added.
Hins recommends that the sock be very loose, so that it’s easy to move around and adjust the shape.
She suggests buying a pair of tennis shoes that are at least a size 6.
“That’s the size I recommend,” Hips said.
And if you have a narrow foot, you may not be able to wear a size 4 sock.
“Even if you wear a small sock, you’ll need a bigger sock,” she explained.
Hinchies said that if you do wear a large sock, it should be snug.
A snug sock will help keep the feet warm, but if you find the sock too big or too tight, it may make walking a bit difficult.
Hips recommends buying a wool hat to make it easier to move and to make sure that the hat doesn’t move around.
Hints for choosing the right wool sock For someone with an allergy to wool, Hinchy suggests