Columbia Omni-Heat Hiker Sock

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Specs

Fabric 36% Merino Wool / 36% Acrylic / 25% Nylon / 2% Polyester / 1% Elastane

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

October in the mountains means a wash of golden leaves and an accompanying fall chill. Keep your feet comfy and warm with this fully cushioned, Omni-Heat-armed trail sock. 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 and breathable Merino wool adds to the thermal regulation. 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: 36% Merino wool/36% acrylic/25% nylon/2% polyester/1% elastane, Omni-Heat thermal reflective, Fully cushioned footbed, Arch compression, Flat toe seam, Imported,

- Columbia

Enjoy extra heat in the Columbia Women's Omni-Heat(TM) Hiker Socks. Utilizing the thermal reflective technology of Omni-Heat(TM) these socks bump up the toasty factor keeping you comfortable and happy for longer. They also have a fully cushioned footbed, arch compression and a flat toe seam. Let your toes bask in the Omni-Heat(TM) Hiker Socks for women from Columbia.

- Altrec Outdoors

Slip on the Columbia Women's Omni-Heat Hiker Socks for your winter hike through the woods. Whether you plan to hoof it in hiking boots or strap on the snowshoes, these socks with Omni-Heat technology reflect body heat back to your feet so your toes stay toasty.

- Backcountry.com

Columbia Women's Omni-Heat Hiker Sock

MSRP:
$30.00

The Columbia Women's Omni-Heat Hiker Sock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2013 at Columbia.

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