Smartwool Women's Hike Medium Crew Socks
|Price:||$16.95 - $21.96|
- 66% Merino Wool, 33% Nylon, 1% Elastane
- Made in USA of Imported Yarn
- Sizing clearly indicated on the sock
- Flat knit toe seam
- Sock Height: Crew
- Elasticized arch brace - Style: SW0SW294
- Machine Wash Warm Gentle Cycle. Do Not Bleach. Tumble Dry Low. Do Not Iron. Do Not Dry Clean.
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The Smartwool Difference:
The Smartwool story started on a rugged Colorado ski slope with the belief that toes didn’t have to be cold.
One simple pair of Merino socks challenged the conventional wisdom and forever changed the way outdoor enthusiasts looked at their feet. It’s not just about the Merino, though. It’s what we do with it that makes Smartwool different. For over 20 years, we’ve been pushing the boundaries of Merino to create smarter, more capable products from head to toe.
Outfit Your Adventure:
Whether you’re running, hiking or riding, gear up to stay comfortable all day long. Merino wool is one of nature’s most advanced fibers, making it an ideal choice for high-performance clothing. The natural ability of wool clothing to breathe, wick moisture and resist odors make it a perfect choice for everything from pitching your tent after a long day on the PCT or shopping for fruit in a bustling Peruvian market. When you’re comfortable, everything else seems so much better.
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I got two pair, and after maybe a dozen wears each, the back of the heel wore out of 3/4 socks. Like substantial holes right through them so that I could feel my heel was rubbing my shoes. These aren't cheap socks, and I thought their thick construction was supposed to make them sturdy enough not to get holes in them, especially not so quickly. I wear a size 9, so I'm near the top of the size range but definitely not all the way at the top, and they were not tight on me. Thinner, cheaper socks have held up better.
I"m disappointed because I really liked them and would have bought more, but now I'm on the hunt for a brand that's warm and won't end up with holes in them after a few wears.