Trouser socks are a type of hosiery which features an extended cuff that generally reach the calf, or just below the knee, to cover the lower leg in occasions where this is exposed when wearing trousers. Trouser socks are usually made from lightweight materials in subdued colors such black, grey or brown or checkered patterns such as argyle socks. Trouser socks are generally designed to coordinate with trousers but recent fashion trends have seen novelty patterns and colors appear.
Wool is a fiber made from the hair of various animals such as sheep, llamas, camels, and goats. Wool fabrics are very durable and resistant to wrinkling and well-known for their moisture-wicking properties and warmth. Wool fibers are commonly used for the manufacturing of clothing, blankets and winter wear.