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- 80% Merino, Warmer & Softer Than Regular Socks
- Very comfortable and cozy for wearing around the house. Reinforced heel for extended wear, Cushioned heel and built-in arch support; Warm socks for winter
- Stay-up performance comfort top, Designed for extreme weather conditions. Great cold weather gear for outdoor activities and sports like skiing.
- 3 Colors: Marled Black, Brown, & Gray; NOTE Size XS: 60% Merino & darker colors (see photo)
- X-Small fits little kids shoe size 9.5-13 (for boys & girls); Small fits big kids shoes size 1-3.5, women's 3-5.5 (for boys, girls, women); Medium fits men’s shoe size 5-8.5, women’s 6-10.5, Large fits men’s shoe size 9-12, women’s 11-13.
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Most thermal socks with merino wool have 50 to 60% merino, while ours have 80%. More merino means more warmth and comfort from the finest wool material. These socks are even softer on the inside, with brushed fleece linings. This makes them great for cold weather outdoor activities, as well as lounging around the house. Don’t get cold feet in cold weather –get 80% merino wool socks!
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- ASIN: B017JIEOGG
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 3, 2015
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Update: so I'm back from DIY Elk hunt. It was tough. No elk. Those socks kept me dry in snow and below freezing conditions of tough hike everyday: elevation gain of 4,000ft to over 10,500ft where I had my base set up. I choose to use non insulated lighter boots so I was counting on this 80% merino wool socks and they did their job. I've worn 2 of them for 3days, another for 5days. I rotated them each day. I've worn hang dried worn ones when I slept for extra warmth. Those socks didn't get stinky unlike cotton "business" socks. They are semi-stretched out like A-shirt worn for a few days. I believe there are higher quality thicker 80%+ merino wool socks out there but these are not Sitka outers that I won't be able to afford new ones every year: I'm ok with the quality and likelihood of needing to get another pairs next season after I continue to use them for whitetail hunts and small game hunts for the rest of the seasons back home.
So here's my final thoughts. These socks are not the top of the line but they are 80% merino wool. They met my expectations and held up. I don't believe they will perform as good as when they are brand new for years and years BUT socks are underwears! I am planning to get another set next year for another elk hunt. Recommended.
Sorry no picture of actual socks, I didn't think about it.
The wool fibers are wider than the typical Merino wool, which makes you wonder where they sourced these from. Fibers also pill and the socks get fuzzy easily, and it looks like they will have a heavily eroded heel section in just a few months.
Other sections of the sock are of acceptable quality (so far), notably the garters and toe section.
Overall I wouldn't trust companies that don't have a good history as a sock maker, so caveat emptor. You can find better brands like Woolrich and Goodhew cheaper but you have to wait for when these go on sale.
Next time I got two of those simultaneously and it worked well, I went into snow and my boots basically stayed dry as there was no heat escaping. Another fishing trip with two of those went pretty ok.
Overall I wouldnt wear them if it was like 0f and you're going ice fishing - you'll need something warmer, but for spring/fall not too cold winter they are adequate.