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From Farm to Feet to AdvancedPrimate.com

AdvancedPrimate.com. Adventure. Advanced.

Meridian, Idaho — Date July 13, 2020 AdvancedPrimate.com is pleased to announce their new product line from Farm to Feet. Advanced Primate customers will love that Farm to Feet socks are 100% sourced and manufactured in America. The supply chain is sourced entirely in the US, including packaging and displays.

“We are always looking for made in USA brands with an eye on eco-friendly products at Advanced Primate,” said Tim Shiffer, Jr., Founder and CEO at AdvancedPrimate.com. “We believe that Farm to Feet socks will be one more product that our customers will love.”

Farm to Feet has one simple goal: creating the world’s best wool socks using U.S. manufacturing, U.S. workers, and U.S. materials. They say, “Farm to Feet creates the world’s best socks for everyone to follow their own trail.” Because giving back is important to Advanced Primate, we love that Farm to Feet is committed to conservation and outdoor recreation advocacy as a member of the Conservation Alliance and by supporting such groups as the Pacific Crest Trail Association, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, and others.

AdvancedPrimate.com is headquartered in Idaho near the foothills of the Boise Front Range.

Our priority has always been to provide a collection of U.S. brands and eco-friendly gear that speaks directly to our customers: people who live and work in society but want nothing more than to chase adventure every chance they get. Providing exemplary customer service is our primary mission.

Farm to Feet is headquartered in Mount Airy, North Carolina. 

Farm to Feet makes men’s and women’s socks for trail, snow sports, and everyday.

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AdvancedPrimate.com is a registered trademark.
Farm to Feet – A division of Nester Hosiery, LLC

For more information, press only:

Jan Bryant
jan@advancedprimate.com

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