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Tread comfortably over rocky terrain in the Thorlo® thick-cushion hiking crew sock. The exclusive THOR-LON® construction ensures long-lasting durability, while the additional ball and heel cushioning reduces shock, impact, shear and blisters.
Thorlo, the originator of the activity-specific sock, is a family-owned company that designs and manufactures sock products for everything from hiking to tennis to hunting. Every pair of Thorlo's socks--from original concept to finished product--is made in North Carolina. Thorlo goes to great lengths to ensure that
The company provides foot health support through innovative product design. Thorlo recently introduced their "Levels of Protection" system for some of their products to make it easier for the active individual to choose the product that best suits their needs. With an easy 3-2-1 system, consumers can choose the appropriate protection based on the intensity of their activity and their chosen footwear.
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These socks are great for hiking, they have a good amount of cushion and help protect your feet from blisters.Published 6 days ago by TXDogLover
Could tell the difference for the first 5 or so miles of the hike, but the sock's cushion wore down pretty quickly and provided only slightly better-than-average cushion and... Read morePublished 19 days ago by morrowind89
These are my go to socks for all my hiking needs. Very cushioned and comfy without being too bulky.Published 1 month ago by Beverly A. Mccoy
I really like my Thick Cushion Thorlon Hiking sock! Fits exactly. Meets my needs perfectly. I have a narrow heal in comparison to the top part of my foot. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patricia Walsh
I bought these as a gift for my 94 year old mother in law. They are not used for hiking but to keep her constantly cold feet warm. 5 stars from HapPublished 1 month ago by Persch