Head Sock

10 Ways To Rock Your Head Sock

So what actually is a "head sock" and how in the world do you wear it?

In simple terms, our head sock is a 20 inch long tube of jersey fabric made of a combination of quick-drying polyester and spandex with a 21 inch circumference. In other words, our head sock is a soft stretchy tube of travel versatility. 

The 10 photos you see above represent ways the RambleGood team has been spotted wearing our head sock - and yes, we do actually put the headsock on our dog. She's thin furred the extra layer can be helpful on windy hikes. From our testers, we've heard a number of other ways to utilize this stretchy tube including as a pillow case for backpacking adventures! Just stuff your fluffiest clothing into the center, lay back, and catch some z's. Like our infinity scarf, our head sock is quick-drying and easy to wash by hand, machine, or in the closest stream. 

Pick up your limited edition Launch Collection head sock in the shop before they're gone! And don't forget to show us how you're rocking your head sock on Instagram with #RockYourHeadSock.

 

RambleGood In The Wild: Smith Rock State Park, Oregon

RambleGood In The Wild | Smith Rock State Park | Oregon

We got into the business of handmade travel goods because we love to travel. Travel will always be at the very core of RambleGood and therefore, we're excited to begin a new series of photography based posts: RambleGood In The Wild. Within these posts you can expect scenes of the beautiful places around the world that RambleGood fans have traveled with their handmade travel goods.

We hope you'll share your own travel photos once the shop opens next week and you get your hands on your own head sock, scarf or bag. We've already received some gorgeous images from South America, which we'll be sharing with you soon.

Whether near or far, our particular itch involves seeking out beautiful natural places around the world. Just a couple of weeks ago, the RambleGood team spent about ten days exploring the high desert and volcanic features of eastern Oregon where our head sock came in particularly handy on a hike in Smith Rock State Park.

RambleGood In The Wild | Smith Rock State Park | Oregon
RambleGood In The Wild | Smith Rock State Park | Oregon