Why do men wear socks?
The answer is simple.
The wool is a byproduct of our clothing, the fibers of which we knit, sew and weave.
The reason wool is used for socks is because the fibers are more breathable and will not clog up our shoes when walking.
But why men wear them?
For starters, men who don’t wear wool socks often feel uncomfortable and uncomfortable.
In a 2010 study published in the Journal of Consumer Research, researchers looked at 2,000 men’s socks, and found that they were considered “too short and too wide.”
The study found that the average men’s sock was just 2.5 inches wide and 6 inches tall, and that many men wore them to go to the bathroom.
Men who wore wool socks also felt more secure and had a higher level of self-confidence.
The researchers concluded that wool socks are a good way to maintain and protect your feet and knees, and it was also found that wool can keep your feet warm and dry, and will prevent blisters.
But the research was limited because it focused only on the use of wool socks and not on other items like shoes or socks.
Other research suggests that wool may not be so great for keeping feet warm, and could actually lead to more blisters and discomfort.
Wool is not a good choice for those with asthma, arthritis, or other conditions that might make it harder to walk on a warm day.
Another study published this year in the journal Plos One concluded that while wool socks have a long history of use, they have “no demonstrated benefit for people with asthma or other respiratory illnesses.”
And there are plenty of reasons to avoid wool socks: they’re expensive, they’re bulky, they can cause damage to your shoes, they don’t breathe as well as socks made of cotton or silk, and they may not keep you warm as well.
If you don’t want to wear wool, you can get a pair of wool slippered boots for $18 or more at a store.