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Which Goat Socks Suit Me?

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1. Comfort Goat Socks Wiggly Comfort Goat Socks have a cushioned sole and a reinforced heel. The stretch ribbing gently…

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Introducing the newest colours to the Wiggly range!

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We’ve launched these new mottled colours of Comfort Goat Socks! RASPBERRY http://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/comfort-goat-socks-raspberry.html ASH http://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/comfort-goat-socks-ash.html EMERALD http://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/comfort-goat-socks-emerald.html

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The GOAT-taly Great Weekend starts Friday!

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A few weeks ago we shared a video on our Blog about Matt Swain, Matt cycled from London to Berlin…

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The Official Great Goat Sock Guide

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Who here has had cold toes? How about smelly feet? Or tight sock marks around their legs? I know I…

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Wiggly Podcast 0202

Have you listened to the Wiggly Podcast lately? Go on give it a go! The Destruction of Indestructible SocksThe main…

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Smelly Feet? you NEED goat socks!

I’ve just received this note in from Christine: “…anyway, about comfort socks, I wear mine with my walking boots, I’ve…

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Why we LEUURRRVVEE Goat Socks.

Goat socks dry out quicker than cotton (says Karen) , are warmer than wool (in my opinion), are completely not…

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Inside Wiggly Wigglers

Congratulations to San who has just become a fully qualified First Aider, and has handed out several catalogues to all…

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