Bridgedale X-Hale Speed Demon

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Hell hath no fury like a hiker with sore feet. The Bridgedale X-Hale Speed Demon Sock helps keep your feet comfortable by ventilating away excess heat and padding the parts of your foot that need it most. A built-in heel-retention system adds support, and a mapped impact cushioning pattern pads you against heavy tromping. Bridgedale gave the X-Hale Speed Demon an ultra-thin fit so you could use it as your speed-hiking sock.


2NDS , barely perceptible blemishes. Bridgedale Xhale Speed Demon socks blend nylon with moisture-wicking polypropylene, naturally odor-resistant merino wool and Lycra(R) for added stretch. Available Colors: GREY/CHARCOAL, WHITE/GREY/BLACK, WHITE/GREY/RED, WHITE/NAVY/GREY, 106, TAL, SLATE/MAROON, SLATE/BLACK, 04, NAVY, NEEDS COLOR. Sizes: S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Bridgedale's lightest, fast, and vented active sock, the Bridgedale X-Hale Speed Demon Sock for Men is designed for hiking in the summer, adventure racing or training indoors. T2 knitted loop construction rebounds the cushioning by using a resilient inner loop to help the outer loop stay aloft, the end result being optimized padding without bulk. Woolfusion(R) sock yarn blends moisture absorbing Merino Wool with wicking Endurofil(TM) which maintains lasting comfort by managing excess moisture away the skin.

- Altrec Outdoors

Ultra thin fit, cooling ventilation. Mapped cushioning Heel retention.%

- Teton Village Sports

Bridgedale X-Hale Speed Demon

previously retailed for:
$7.16 - $16.95

The Bridgedale X-Hale Speed Demon is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at

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