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Darn Tough Merino No-Show Sock Cushion

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Designed for running and biking, No-Show Light Cushion 1/4 Socks for women deliver a blister-free, foot-hugging fit with light cushion that's Darn Tough.

- EMS

The Darn Tough Merino No-Show Cushion is a warm weather sock that doesn't sacrifice any comfort. A high density weave on the bottom of the foot keeps your feet well protected and a lightweight upper keeps your feet comfortable. High density cushioning on foot bottom Reinforced heel and toe Elasic support around the arch Ring toe construction for a comforable, invisible seam

- OMCgear

Featuring light cushioning, seamless construction and a sleek, snug fit, the women's Run No-Show Tab socks from Darn Tough deliver lasting comfort whether you're headed out for 5 miles or 15. Merino wool/nylon/spandex fabric blend is soft and breathable while providing the perfect amount of cushioning and stretch. Merino wool wicks away moisture and breathes to regulate temperature for outstanding comfort in a variety of conditions. Darn Tough Run No-Show Tab socks feature a streamlined fit and seamless construction to reduce blisters and chafing.

- REI

Comfort and performance are queen when you're running on pavement or trail and the Darn Tough Women's Merino Wool No-Show Cushion Running Socks deliver both in spades. High-density cushioning, invisible seams, arch support, and reinforced heels and toes combine forces to please your feet as you chug through mile after mile. Did we mention the No-Shows are constructed with a merino wool blend that keeps your feet cool, and wicks away moisture'

- Backcountry.com