March 01, 2022 7 Comments

 

 

In Episode 3 of In The Works, we dive into the manufacturing of our (amazing) wool socks and what we do when we make a product that doesn't quite pass our quality control process (our Seconds and Thirds).  

Thanks and congratulations to Nigel J. for your question, which is answered in the video (so watch to see)!

We enjoy reading everyone's comments and questions; thank you for sending those in and keep them up!  We look forward to making more of these videos and sharing this journey together with you.

'Till the next episode!

-GRIP6


7 Responses

Jeffrey Dunnam
Jeffrey Dunnam

March 16, 2022

When the toes do not get seamed, it is sent off to be recycled. What does ‘recycled’ mean here? Can the toes be seamed by a person? I know nothing about sewing socks. Just seems like adding a seam to make it a Second or Third would be more beneficial. It is great to hear that Thirds are going to those who can benefit from them.

Nathaniel Ramirez
Nathaniel Ramirez

March 16, 2022

What is the process of you coming up with ideas for products? Designs of belts, sock patterns etc. What is the process of getting new ideas into production?

Tim Farley
Tim Farley

March 04, 2022

Have you ever considered making a belt buckle with a bottle opener cut out in the design? I would think titanium would stand up to the test. Was caught away from home and needing to open a bottle. The first thing I thought of was it would be nice to have one where ever you go because it’s built in to your Grip6 belt.

Daniel Rayala
Daniel Rayala

March 04, 2022

Love these episodes! Thank you. So glad to see you have a new everyday sock with new colors. Love your products and the fact they are American made!

Randall R. Marshall
Randall R. Marshall

March 01, 2022

I enjoy wearing the classic belt with the maple leaf, people have noticed with positive comments. They are indeed a comfortable belt to wear. Great product. Keep up the great work.

John Schettler
John Schettler

March 01, 2022

What is the process for making carbon buckles? How does it differ between the forged carbon and carbon fiber?

Michael Taijeron
Michael Taijeron

March 01, 2022

Looks good, just wondering how nice they are. Currently wear and order only wool socks, I would be interested to see if they hold up as good as the socks I wear now. I am getting over a years wear with no issues or problems.

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