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- Made in USA
- Outdoor Trail Socks
- Maximum comfort and durability
- Arch support for better fit
- Smooth toe seam for added comfort
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Men's Outdoor Trail Sock - Merino Wool Blend Assorted - 4 Pair Pack - MADE IN U.S.A. Manufactured to the highest quality standards, Kirkland's outdoor Merino wool blend boot socks are a smart buy. Made in the USA with an imported premium wool/nylon blend that provides superb comfort. The thick cushioned footbed offers ultimate impact absorption and comfort. These socks have comfort toe seams that provides all day comfort. Sock contents: 70% Merino Wool / 29% Stretch Nylon / 1% Spandex SIZING: LARGE: Men's Shoe Size: 8-12 MEDIUM: Men's Shoe Size: 6-9 Product Details: Made in the U.S.A. Boot Length Ultimate Warmth and Comfort Moisture Management Fiber in Foot Bottom Wicks Moisture Away and Maintains Cushion Soft No Itch Made of Merino Wool, Stretch Nylon, and Spandex Durable Weight and Ultra Soft Comfort Toe Seam All Weather Comfort 1x1 Mock Rib Welt Top 1x1 Mock Rib Cuff Cushioned Foot and Leg Lycra Arch Brace for Fit and Support CARE: Turn inside out Machine wash warm Use non-chlorine bleach Tumble dry low
- Product Dimensions: 9 x 5 x 3.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00MF44BNG
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2014
- Average Customer Review:
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EDIT: After 3 weeks of use, these socks have holes worn in the heels and I've lowered my rating to one star. My other Kirkland merino socks have lasted for YEARS in comparison. These are fake. AVOID THESE SOCKS!
They're a must for trekking or long walks.
I wasn't sure I needed special/expensive "trekking socks" for my trip, but I'm very glad I bought them. They really help by keeping your feet in good condition during long walks (no blisters).
Pair these with some good quality trekking boots.
Definitively worth every penny (they look cheap now...)