Which brands should I buy to keep my feet warm and dry?

A brand of cotton underwear and socks that can be bought in most markets may be the only option for some people.

But the trend has sparked heated debate about the quality of the products and their sustainability.

While the trend may be good for a lot of people, there are some people who may not want to buy it, said Sarah Clements, a retail analyst with brokerage firm ConvergEx.

“I think for some, they don’t feel comfortable with the idea of wearing cotton on their feet because of the potential for environmental issues,” she said.

The Australian Wool Alliance says the demand for its products is growing and it plans to continue to sell cotton on its website in 2019.

However, there is still a long way to go for the alliance to produce enough yarn for a sustainable supply, said the group’s director of sustainability, Rob Jones.

The alliance says it’s looking at ways to increase its supply.

The group is also looking at alternative yarns to replace the wool that will be cut off by the 2020 election.

“We’ll be exploring different ways to source yarns, from natural fibers, to alternative yarn blends, and also alternative textile and fabric sources,” Jones said.

“As we start to get closer to the end of the year and we’re at the peak of our production capacity, we’ll be talking about what we’re going to do next.”

What to look out forWhen buying cotton-clad underwear or socks, look for brands that don’t use any synthetic fibers, Jones said, such as American Eagle or Bunnings.

“If you’re looking for a good quality cotton-free underwear, or socks that are made from natural cotton and made from wool, that’s something you should be able to find,” Jones explained.

“You can also look for fabrics that are naturally soft and breathable, which is good for both the skin and the lungs.”