The newest American Trench socks for Fall and Winter have just arrived in store and we've got the return of some of our autumnal favorites; the rugby stripes, merino activity, and the random plait socks, but the most exciting are the newest arrivals which we've chosen to highlight below.
Exploded & Fractured Herringbone
We have two variations on the standard herringbone pattern. The two colorways of Exploded Herringbone makes the most of the subtle contract between colors, allowing the incredible texture of the socks to stand out. These look like the perfect companion to the boots we'll all be reaching for on chillier mornings.
The Fractured Herringbone pattern takes the standard herringbone pattern and breaks it apart into the delightful lines that remind us of fall's best colors. A vibrant orange, olive, navy, grey and a royal blue all blend together into one of my favorite socks of the line up. The pattern really takes shape as it's worn and stretched out onto your foot and leg.
Rio Grande Serape
We have all three colors of these Southwestern U.S. inspired Rio Grande socks that take their cues from traditional blankets made by the Navajo tribe around New Mexico. The Olive and Orange pair are the pair closest to my heart, though any of them will make a great addition to your sock game.
We have new colors in both the Rugby Stripes and Kennedy's. Both are probably the crew favorites throughout the year and we just cant get over how cool these new ones look. The collegiate vibes from the Navy and Gold Rugby stripes are wonderful and if you've worn a pair of the Kennedy's, you know how comfortable they are with sneakers and boots, so why not add a few new colors into your rotation?
Random Plait Cotton
I love telling the story of how the pattern of the Random Plait socks are made; the knitting machines are loaded with 3-4 different colors of thread, in this case those are a recycled cotton, and then turned on. They then plait (lay) each thread randomly, based on the individual vibrations of the machine, meaning that no sock is exactly like another, even within a pair.