Darn Tough Coolmax 1/4 Sock Mesh

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Darn Tough knows that your socks make all the difference, and their Coolmax Mesh 1/4 sock keeps the air moving around your foot with WickIt technology and a mesh knit for a more pleasant day on your dogs.

- Mountain Gear

Darn Tough socks are still made in Vermont. This all-weather performance sock is ultralight and non-cushioned, perfect for running and biking.

- EMS

When you boil it down, what makes a great cycling sock is exactly what makes a great running sock: a blister free foot-hugging fit. Offered with either high density cushioning or open mesh construction, our Back-Road Series is designed with the discerning roadie, mountain biker, road runner and trail runner in mind. Our socks will provide you with an unrivalled level of cushioning performance whether you're sporting approach shoes or hiking boots. Open mesh knitting on top of foot. Reinforced heel and toe. Elastic support around the arch. Ring Toe construction for a comfortable, invisible seam.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Darn Tough Coolmax 1/4 Mesh Sock has an open weave mesh top to make sure your feet as as cool as can be in the hottest temperatures. The lightweight and highly wicking Coolmax fiber is tightly woven to make this sock incredibly comfortable and durable. Sale price limited to stock on hand. The Coolmax No-Show Mesh features: 50% Coolmax Polyester, 28% Nylon, 14% Acrylic, 4% Polyester, 4% Spandex Lycra. Darn Tough's Ironclad Lifetime replacement guarantee: if you wear them out Darn Tough will replace them. Made in Vermont. Sizing: Small: Women's 4-6.5 Medium: Men's 6.5-8.5 Women's 7-9.5 Large: Men's 9-11.5 Women's 10-12.5 X-Large: Men's 12+

- OMCgear

Darn Tough Coolmax 1/4 Sock Mesh

previously retailed for:
$8.98 - $29.95

The Darn Tough Coolmax 1/4 Sock Mesh is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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