Bed Socks that Keep Your Feet Warm and Cosy All Night Long

Snuggle up with our warm and cosy bed socks for unbeatable comfort all night long. Our fluffy bed socks are made from 90% alpaca for the softest, cosiest socks you can find. Get a pair of long bed socks here for men and women, made in the UK to the highest quality standards.

Most Common FAQ's

Find the answers to our most frequently asked questions.

What are the best bed socks? +

The best bed socks need to be soft, warm and comfortable. You don’t want to be uncomfortable as you try to get to sleep. Socks made from alpaca wool tend to be the best bed socks. That’s what we use because this wool is incredibly warm and insulating, and it has a luxurious feel against your skin, which is perfect when you are drifting off.

What are the benefits of wearing socks to bed? +

Wearing socks to bed may help to increase blood flow to the feet, and warm feet send a signal to your brain that it’s time to sleep. If your feet have become dry and cracked, there may be benefits to putting on cream or lotion and then socks on top to prevent it from evaporating. Some people simply enjoy the feeling of wearing wool socks.

Why do people wear socks to bed? +

Many people like to wear socks to bed, and the reasons for this vary. Mostly it’s because they want to keep their feet warm through the night, especially during the winter months. Some people simply like the feel of soft merino wool socks on their feet at night and believe that it helps them to sleep better.

What are bed socks? +

Bed socks are thick, warm socks that are suitable for wearing to bed, especially on cold nights. Our bed socks are made using alpaca wool for extra warmth and a luxury feel, and they provide excellent insulation. Despite being called bed socks, they are not just for when you sleep, and they are comfy to wear around the house too.

Why wear wet socks to bed? +

It may seem a strange thing to do, but some people choose to wear wet socks to bed. The theory is that it can help you avoid getting a common cold, but there is no proof of this. There are also suggestions that it might help to improve circulation.