Columbia Bugaboo OH Ski
34% Merino Wool / 34% Acrylic / 25% Nylon / 5% Polyester / 2% Elastane
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Featuring frost-fighting Omni-Heat and superior cushioning to keep you comfy for long hours on your feet, this technical boot sock is the perfect partner for tracking the herd amidst an early season blizzard. Designed to capture and re-circulate body heat, Omni-Heat thermal relfective patches are aptly placed on the top of foot and back of calf to avoid high-pressure areas. Super toasty, naturally wicking Merino wool adds to the thermal regulation, while Omni-Wick advanced evaporation delivers quick-drying, moisture-wicking comfort in the face of both boot leakage and sweat. Cush padding protects on the bottom insulates and protects your feet for the long haul, while a reinforced heel and toe keep these socks going season after season. FEATURES: Fabric: 34% Merino wool/34% acrylic/25% nylon/5% polyester/2% elastane, Omni-Heat thermal reflective, Omni-Wick advanced evaporation, Arch compression, Seamless hand-linked toe, Mesh flex zone, Flex stretch in ankle, Imported,
- Columbia refers to the men's version
Webster's says a bugaboo is an imaginary object of fear, but the Columbia Men's Bugaboo OH Ski Socks are just the opposite; they're a concrete source of happiness. From the chairlifts to the game trails this technical boot sock uses the best of Mother Nature and modern science. Merino wool works with Omni-Heat reflective technology to keep your feet warm, and with Omni-Wick advanced evaporation to keep them dry. A reinforced heel and toe makes sure they'll be around for many seasons, and a cush footbed means you'll want them to be. Fear nothing in the Bugaboo OH Ski Socks for men from Columbia.
- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version
Enjoy your day on the slopes even more when your feet are comfy inside the Columbia Men's Bugaboo Oh Ski Socks. These ski socks wick perspiration and feature Omni-Heat thermal reflective technology to ensure your feet feel dry and warm instead of cold and clammy.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version