Do your feet a favor and put these on under your hiking boots. They'll thank you at the end of the trail. Engineered with unique features including Heel Power cushioning, Shield Block Ankle, and knit-in mesh ventilation zones that allow for breathability. Arch support fights foot fatigue while targeted foot cushioning, flat toe seam, comfort top, and full terry leg add comfort and enhanced fit.
- Fabric: 60% wool/20% nylon/19% polyester/1% spandex
- Fits men's shoe size 6-12
- Wool blend
- Comfort top welt
- Arch support to fight fatigue
- Mesh Zones for breathability
- Heel power
- Full terry leg
- Shield block ankle
- Targeted cushioning
- Y-heel construction
- Moisture wicking
Shipping & Returns
|Shipping Method||Rate||Expected Delivery Time|
|Ground||$6.00||3-7 Business Days|
|2-Day Air||$12.00||2-3 Business Days|
|Overnight||$19.00||1-2 Business Days|
|FREE Standard Shipping||Available for Greater Rewards members. Learn more >|
Returns are accepted within 60 days of the purchase date online. Your apparel must be in original and unworn condition, with tags still attached. Footwear returns must also include the original box.
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Women's Performance Midweight Hiking Crew Sock is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by ChicagoStarGirl from Dissappointed I was looking forward to wearing these socks. I work midnights in Chicago, so when I found these I got excited to wear them at work this winter. I ordered two pairs. I'm glad I only ordered two. I used them on a (above) 30' degree day.....ummm, my feet were cold(!) Plus, how can you have a "general" size of sock?? Needless to say, the fit was off a bit. My toes kept getting bunched because they were to big on me (I'm a size 7.5, I wear 8.5 size in boots-which is what I wore these socks with) The one thing I did enjoy was the padding, very comfortable but on that alone, not worth $22 though. My main expectation of these socks were the warmth they would provide. My $4 wool blend socks are warmer.
Date published: 2014-12-18
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