Darn Tough Merino No-Show Sock Cushion

0 reviews
5-star:   0
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Darn Tough's Merino No-Show Sock Cushion page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Truly sought after by runners and cyclist the men's cushioned No Show sock from Darn Tough puts in the hard miles in true form. With a truly seamless stitch and fine gauge Merino Wool the No Show sock will keep you warm and comfortable in cold climates as well as cool during the hotter months. When it's your turn to perform trust your comfort with the new men's No Show Cushion socks from Darn Tough. PRODUCT FEATURES: A streamlined performance fit with solid cushioning along the bottom of the foot High stitch count ensures a secure foot hugging fit Fine gauge Merino Wool makes this a fast drying and breathable all weather sock that stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter Merino Wool is naturally antimicrobial that repels bacteria and odor Still made in Vermont Guaranteed for life 67% Merino Wool, 29% Nylon, 4% Lycra Spandex

- Appalachian Outdoors

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.


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

Ranked by Runner's World as one of the Top Ten Running Socks, the Darn Tough Merino Wool No-Show Cushion Running Sock helps to cushion your foot through each stride of your training run or upcoming half-marathon. Build with incredibly soft merino wool fibers, the No-Show also works to pull moisture away from your skin and prevent blisters from forming.

- Backcountry.com