Bamboo Socks: 7 Best UK Brands With Socks Appeal

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Find your sustainable sole mate, with our handy guide to the best bamboo socks in the UK for men, women and children.

Looking for the perfect pair of bamboo socks? As a renewable resource, bamboo is a good fabric to take steps towards a more sustainable lifestyle.

As well as being kinder to the planet than wholly synthetic fibres, bamboo is kind to your feet. Super soft, comfortable, lightweight, moisture-wicking, and breathable – these are just some of the properties that make bamboo a great choice when it comes to your next pair of socks.

If you’re looking to step up your sock game, then try these bamboo sock brands that combine comfort and style with sustainability.

Guide To The Best Bamboo Socks

Person wearing a blue sock and a yellow shoe, with a blue text box that reads guide to the best bamboo socks for men and women.

Ready to find your perfect pair? Use the quick links below to navigate to each section, or keep scrolling for the full post:


Person wearing smiley black bamboo socks from Leiho
  • Made from bamboo
  • Vegan-friendly
  • Caters for men, women and children
  • Made in Turkey
  • Priced around £12 per pair

Want a pair of bamboo socks and want to support a charity at the same time? Try Leiho – available at Social Supermarket.

This women-led social enterprise make sustainably sourced and vegan-friendly bamboo socks. 5% of the sale of each pair then helps Leiho fund employment, skill-building and personal development projects to help homeless people gain experience to rebuild their lives, or purchase essentials for the homeless community.

So far Leiho has worked together with over 45 different charities and organisations and counting.

Find fun prints and bold colours.

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A four pack from BAM
  • Made from bamboo
  • Caters for men and women
  • Most are vegan-friendly
  • Made In Turkey, Portugal and China
  • Priced around £10

For bamboo socks that support an active lifestyle, try BAM. This sustainable activewear specialist makes socks from sustainably sourced bamboo. 

Find standard socks, as well as walking, running and ski socks, as well as trainer socks, in a variety of colours and patterns.

For increased durability, BAM has reinforced the toe and heel areas in each of its pairs of socks with a looped terry knit. This makes them stronger and longer-lasting and adds extra cushioning to these high-stress areas.

Most of BAM’s socks are vegan. However, some bamboo socks in its range are blended with mulesing-free merino wool. So if you are specifically looking for vegan-friendly socks, check the description before buying.

As well as selling supremely comfortable socks, what we love about BAM is that it is on a mission to reduce its carbon footprint to the absolute minimum by 2030. In the process, it’s also addressing every impact it has on the planet.

From ensuring every person in its supply chain – right the way back to the growers – is paid fairly to working towards zero waste to landfill and zero wasted water, BAM’s approach is to be commended.

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Person wearing flamingo print socks
  • Made from a blend of bamboo and cotton
  • Vegan-friendly
  • Caters for men, women and children
  • Made in Turkey
  • Priced from £9.95 a pair.

Want to buy a pair of bamboo socks and support your favourite endangered animal? It might sound like an unlikely task, but Barekind is on it!

With over 40 animal designs to choose from – from walruses to wallabies and sloths to sun bears – there’s a sock to match your favourite animal.

Barekind then donates 10% of the profits from every pair to save the animal on the socks. Each design is linked with a charity partner who is working to help save that specific animal. So your toes look good whilst doing good!

Barekind socks aren’t made entirely from bamboo. Instead, they are made from a blend of bamboo and cotton. These are made ethically in Turkey, whilst the bamboo is processed in a factory that deploys a closed-loop system to reduce chemical waste.

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Swole Panda

Person wearing Swole Panda fox print socks.
  • Made from FSC-certified bamboo
  • Vegan-friendly
  • Caters for men and women
  • Not specified where made
  • Priced around £9.95 per pair

Swole Panda makes fun socks that feature quirky prints and bright colours, all of which are made from FSC-certified bamboo.

This means that the bamboo used is sourced only from sustainably managed plantations which promote biodiversity, whilst benefiting the lives of local people and workers. 

With a reinforced heel and toe to provide strength and durability, as well as hand-linked seams at the toe for added comfort, these comfortable socks are sure to become wardrobe staples.

Each pair of socks comes with a 100% lifetime money-back guarantee. Here Swole Panda says “We’re that confident you’ll love our products – or your money back”.

Sustainable packaging is key. Each pair comes packaged in FSC paper and compostable mailing bags. In terms of production, Swole Panda says it is committed to ethical production. However, the information provided on the website is scant. As such, we’d love to know more about where Swole Panda’s socks are made, and who makes them.

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Person wearing black trainer socks from Boody.
  • Made from FSC-certified bamboo
  • Vegan-friendly
  • Caters for men, women and children
  • Made in China and Vietnam
  • Prices start from £4.45

Overwhelmed by choice and just want plain white or black socks? Then head to Boody – a certified B-Corp that specialises in sustainable basics.

Here you’ll find ethically made plain white or black bamboo socks for men and women in almost every imaginable style. From everyday socks to sports ankle socks, to even ballet pump liner socks and boot socks.

All of Boody’s socks are made from FSC-certified bamboo. Ethical production is also key. Boody is WRAP-certified, which independently certifies that its workers are treated fairly.

Take 10% off your first order when you sign up for Boody’s mailing list.


Seasalt stripey socks
  • Made from bamboo
  • Vegan-friendly
  • Caters for men and women
  • Made in Bulgaria
  • Priced around £7.95

Looking for bamboo socks on the high street? Seasalt is our top choice.

Made from breathable bamboo-derived viscose, these socks are warm in the winter and cool in the summer. 

A proportion of the sale of each pair of single socks also goes to mental health charities. These include Mind, Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH), and Inspire Wellbeing.

 Seasalt was the very first fashion company to achieve Soil Association organic certification back in 2005. It’s continued to do great things by bringing sustainability to the high street.


Thought cloud print socks
  • Made from bamboo
  • Vegan-friendly
  • Caters for men, women and children
  • Made in China
  • Priced from £6.95 a pair

For ethically made bamboo socks for men, women and children, try Thought (available at John Lewis).

This sustainable clothing brand has a huge variety of vegan-friendly bamboo socks, in fun prints, patterns and colours.

In terms of styles, you aren’t short of choice either. From classic socks to crew socks, ankle and trainer socks, and no-show socks, there’s something for every situation.

Thought’s approach to ethical fashion is one to be commended. The brand uses only certified natural and recycled fibres and fabrics and makes its clothes ethically.

Haven’t found your sole mate? Do also check out my guide to ethical socks for more eco-friendly sock recommendations. And if you’re looking to incorporate more bamboo into your wardrobe, do check out my guide to the best bamboo clothing brands.

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