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Wigwam Unisex Men's/Women's Merino Wool Comfort Hiker Crew Length Sock

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Charcoal
  • acrylic
  • Made in US
  • Machine Wash
  • 67% Merino Wool, 21% Stretch Nylon, 7% Elastic, 5% Acrylic
  • Seamless toe closure
  • Elasticized arch panel
  • Wash warm, no bleach, tumble dry low
  • Made in USA

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Product Description

For dry comfortable feet, Merino Wool is combined with Silk and Coolmax. Features include an elasticized arch panel, ultra-smooth Lin-Toe closure, crew length is proportional to size and is full cushioned for comfort.

Us manufactured, merino wool midweight hiking sock doesn't shrink or itch fully cushioned with foot hugging fit and comfort seamless toe closure and stay put leg soft and resists odor and also insulates

  • ASIN: B000TFHF22
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 3.5 x 1.2 inches; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: F2322
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #498 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    Customer Reviews

    These socks fit well and are very soft and warm.
    K. Shaffer
    The first pair that I ordered over a year ago are still in great shape, I just wanted another color.
    Denise K
    They keep my feet warm when it is cold, and dry when it is hot.
    Troy Moniz

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    122 of 124 people found the following review helpful By D. Dell on December 25, 2008
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    Many people stay away from wool because it can be rough and bulky. Merino wool is entirely different. This type of wool is very soft to the touch. These socks are warmer than cotton without adding extra bulk. And they are breathable so you can also wear them in the summer. Another advantage is that they last much longer than cotton socks. For those reviewers that complained about pilling, simply follow the washing instructions and turn them inside out before washing. Merino wool socks also tend to shrink. To help lessen shrinkage, dry on very low heat or simply lay them out to dry on a towel.

    You should give these socks a try because of the following:
    1. Soft and comfortable.
    2. Can be worn year round.
    3. Long lasting and therefore cost affective compared to cotton.
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    103 of 104 people found the following review helpful By J. Holton on November 23, 2014
    Color Name: CharcoalSize Name: Medium
    Medium thickness, really good warmth, and durable. I found the chart confusing, so I've attached the chart from the website, which includes recommended sizes for men and women, including UK and European sizes.
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    86 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Escondido on April 3, 2011
    Color Name: SageSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
    I have purchased the following socks in the past year to compare warmth, dryness, comfort:
    Smart Wool
    Wigwam "At Work DuraSole"
    Wigwam "Merino Comport Hiker"
    Wigwam "Everday Fusion"
    Fox River "AXT
    Fox River "Wick Dry Off Road"
    My working condition are behind a desk, cold floor, wet feet in 1-2 hour period.
    Obersavations (5 best - 1 worst):
    Smart Wool. Warmth 5, dryness 2, comfort 4
    Wigwam "At Work DuraSole" Warmth 3, dryness 4, comfort 5
    Wigwam "Merino Comport Hiker" Warmth 5, dryness 4, comfort 5 Note: I still need to switch to dry socks in about 3 hours. My foot size is 10 ½ and the XL size is the best fit.
    Wigwam "Everday Fusion" Warmth 2, dryness 2, comfort 3
    Fox River "AXT" Warmth 2, dryness 3, comfort 3
    Fox River "Wick Dry Off Road" Warmth 4, dryness 3, comfort 3

    If you are looking to keep dry I would select the larger size when in doubt.
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    51 of 57 people found the following review helpful By VFO on March 16, 2009
    Color Name: Lt. KhakiSize Name: Medium
    I wear wool socks on a daily basis for work, with liners and steel-toed boots. The last socks I had lasted for 5-6 years, worn every other week, before finally wearing holes in the heels. I've worn these (4 pairs) 3 times each, and they're already starting to wear on the heels. No holes yet, but lots of pilling, leading me to think that they are wearing much more quickly than my old socks. Might be better for the occasional hiker than for daily wear.
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    27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By SodaJunkie on February 15, 2007
    Color Name: NavySize Name: Medium
    I had been searching for socks I could wear with my jeans and replace the old athletic socks I was always wearing. These are the most comfortable socks I've ever owned! It's like wearing slippers! I think these socks are spoiling me to the point where all socks will now be compared against these. I'm afraid I'm becoming a sock connoisseur!
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    17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By KwQd on November 24, 2008
    I have a dozen pairs of these socks, purchased at different times. I wear then for hiking, biking, and daily use. For some reason every green pair that I bought developed holes in the heel area within a few weeks of wearing them. The blue ones last 2-3 years with frequent wearing, though they do get thinner in the heal area. Not sure what the difference is between the colors, but that has been my experience. These are expensive socks to have to discard after a few wearings.
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    15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ethan Winning TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 6, 2012
    Ever since Thorlos' quality diminished to the point where I was replacing $11 socks every month, I'd been searching for the ideal sock. This MAY BE it. They are thick, "cushioned" on the inside thanks to the concentrated weave, and warm during the winter but provide insulation during the summer. Their fit (I wear the 10-13 which is a range that I thin is Large)is snug, and there's no slippage on a long hike.

    Still, they're not perfect. I hike almost daily, and if I had 7 pair, I'm certain they would wear almost as badly as the Thorlos. But I have 20 pair, and I keep them in a drawer in a way so that they all get even wear, i.e., once every 20-25 days. They have lasted up to 18 months.

    The flaw in this is that at $12 a pair, this will cost as much as $240 at one time, and that's a chunk of change for socks. All the more reason to reverse them (inside out) when washing them. But unlike what Wigwam suggests, I wash them inside out one week, and then "normally" the next time. That way I can keep the sequence straight. I have never figured out why they're supposed to be turned inside out for washing, but I'm often compliant - like a terrier puppy.

    What bothers me about these Wigwams is that the price has gone up 27% in the past year. I can't afford $13.95 for a pair of socks ... especially when my "system" calls for 20 pair.

    And then my there's my system's flaw: they all start wearing out at the same time. Logically, they shouldn't last any longer, but in actuality they do. Maybe the fibers need a rest between wearings. Maybe inverting them really works. Whatever, I've had Wigwam Merino Wool Hikers that have lasted WELL OVER over a year.

    And comfort-wise, I do love these socks. When I become a multi-millionare, I won't care about the cost (and I'm having my windshield ground to prescription), but for now I have to make these last as long as possible.

    EW
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    12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Brian R. on October 3, 2007
    Color Name: CharcoalSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
    Wigwam has been making good products for some time and over the years I have come to rely on their quality construction. I ware these socks year round, weather hiking or at work they give me great cushion and keep my feet cool in summer and warm in winter.
    The only nit I can pick, is that they tend to Pill quickly. This is not enough however to keep me from buying more when these are worn out...in a couple of years.
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