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- 94% Polypropylene, 5% Stretch Nylon, 1% Spandex
- Gender: Unisex
- Activity: Athletic & Multisport
- Sock Height: Crew
- Content: Polypropylene
- Cushioning: Liner
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Over one-hundred years ago, in 1905, Herbert Chesebro and the Hand Knit Hosiery Company were busy manufacturing socks for the lumberjacks. The lumberjacks needed durable heavy wool socks due to their rugged labor. Later, the company was renamed Wigwam. Wigwam continually seeks to incorporate the newest fibers and fashions for anyone who needs socks for any occasion. Socks are available for hiking, running and other types of active sports. If you are looking for cotton or wool sock, these are also available. Popular items are: Acrylic Headband; Watch Cap Beanie; At Work Uniform Socks; Ultimax running mini crew socks, 40 degrees below socks; cable knee high sock, slouch sock, athletic socks, and many more. One popular sock is the Wigwam CT Low Cut Sock. Comfort is a given with this sock as it has a cushioned sole, rolled welt top, 1x1 mock rib leg and a smooth looped toe seam for maximum comfort. This sock combines CoolMax® and cotton to create Wigwam's multi-sport Wonder-Wick® Moisture control system. CoolMax® polyester has a larger surface area to allow for faster evaporation and moisture and its four-channel construction moves moisture faster for dry and cool comfort.
- Package Dimensions: 4 x 2 x 1 inches
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- ASIN: B000ARB23M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2005
- Average Customer Review:
Top customer reviews
Some people report that these are long-wearing and durable, but I find the exact opposite to be the case.
Liner socks shouldn't tear and run from the seam when worn under decent wool socks after just a few wearings. These are now worthless.
Wigwam has a technology that mixes with natural wool and believe it or not, they are much more cooler than the cotton ones. I have heavy wool socks for traveling to cooler climates. You can use these under the wool ones if it's too cold and if you're going to be doing some hiking. They avoid blistering, and, In case of an emergency, although blistering would be the least of your problems, you can run away from a bear in a terrifying but comfortable manner.
Note. The bear fleeing is for purposes of enhancing my review and entertainment purposes only. Never run away from a wild carnivore, it triggers their attack instinct. Never hike alone in bear or cougar country. Eat fresh fruits and vegetables and brush your teeth three times a day.