Testimonial about our Mohair Socks: ‘I felt as though I was walking on a cushion!’

Mohair is luxuriously soft, and in addition, has other properties that may benefit a number of medical conditions.

It’s true. Wearing mohair socks may help you if you suffer from the following ailments:

  • Diabetes
  • Poor circulation
  • Chilblains
  • Varicose veins
  • Eczema
  • And more …

How? Mohair draws moisture away  from the skin, and keeps feet as dry as possible. It also acts as a natural insulator, and will keep feet warm or cool as needed, depending on the outside temperature; just as it did for the animal that produced it!

Mohair socks are silky, yet springy, and so comfortable that feet relax. Natural animal fibers resonate with our cellular structure and reflect our energy, reducing fatigue and improving circulation. Plus, they are naturally antibacterial.

We received the following testimonial from Anita Curtis of Pottstown, Pa. We’re glad that our socks have helped her!

“I have suffered from diabetic neuropathy for over a dozen years. My feet hurt whether I was standing, walking, or had them raised. No matter how well I smoothed my socks, they always felt bunched up when I put my shoes on, and no inserts could make them feel cushioned enough to relieve the pain.

I tried a pair of Reward socks. The socks felt snug and comfortable, and when I put my shoes on they still felt smooth. I was amazed as I took my first few steps. I felt as though I was walking on a cushion, not the feeling of broken glass that I was used to.

“Two days later, as I was sitting in a recliner, I became aware that there was no pain in my feet. None! I lowered my feet, and put them on the floor. Still no pain. It was the first time in years that I had not felt pain in my feet. When I stood and walked, I was still uncomfortable, but not as bad as I had been feeling.

The changes have become more subtle now. I still have some discomfort when I am walking, but not nearly as bad as it had been. I am not walking with a cane now, as I have been for a long time. I am delighted with the results so far, and am confident the improvements will continue.”

Have you noticed any health benefits from your Reward socks? Let us know in the comments, or on our Facebook page or  Twitter (@mowear)!

Mohair on the Runway

Wherever there’s a winter fashion show, you’re likely to see sweaters, coats and other garments made from mohair being showcased down the runway. Here are five great pieces from some of the biggest names in fashion:

Bottega Veneta

A shaggy mohair coat from Bottega Veneta was shown in Milan in 2011. (Picture Source: Haute House)

DKNY

 

This plaid mohair coat was displayed at the DKNY Fall 2009 show. (Picture Source: Couture Allure Vintage Fashion Blog)

Givenchy

 

Natalia Vodianova made a cameo in this Givenchy mohair sweater during Paris’ Fashion Week in Fall 2011. (Picture Source: Harpers Bazaar)

Prada

 

A mohair coat from Prada’s Fall 2007 runway show in Paris. (Picture Source: Chron)

Alexander Wang

 

A mustard mohair sweater designed by Alexander Wang was worn down the catwalk in 2010. (Picture Source: My Daily)

Which design is your favorite? Let us know in the comments, on our Facebook page or on Twitter (@mowear).

3 Great Designers that Use Mohair

There are plenty of great high-fashion designers that turn mohair yarn into wonderful designs. Here are three of our favorites:

Moschino

Singer Alicia Keys in a Moschino mohair sweater. (Image Source: Fashion Bomb Daily)

 

Twenty8Twelve

Actress Sienna Miller wearing a Twenty8Twelve mohair jacket. (Image Source: CoolSpotters)

Miu Miu

Model Kate Moss walking down the runway in a mohair jacket and trousers. (Image Source: CoolSpotters)

Have a favorite mohair designer? Let us know by leaving a comment, on our Facebook page or on Twitter (@mowear).

Pure American Naturals Blog is live!

As a Pennsylvania owned and operated business, we at Pure American Naturals have always prided ourselves on our work, and illustrating why we’re one of the area’s top companies for quality mohair fabric.

Because of the pride we take in our work, we’re happy to today launch our blog. It will be frequently updated with information on mohair fabric.

Not familiar with Pure American Naturals? Please visit our home page to learn more about our company and services, or if you’re looking around at different mohair yarn producers. We look forward to working with you!