Fox River Wick Dry Endeavor Quarter Women's Sock

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Fox River's Wick Dry Endeavor Quarter Women's Sock page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Stay comfortable and dry throughout your training session when you wear the super-quick drying Fox River Women's Wick Dry Endeavor Qtr. Socks. Fox Rivers employs their AXT 50/50 multi-fiber construction, which dries far more quickly than standard merino socks. The Wick Dry Endeavor Qtr. Socks maintain shape with the help of Lycra panels placed throughout the sock, which helps the sock hug your foot for a consistent close fit.


A rugged, light-weight, quick-drying sock, designed for outdoor, active wear. Great also for every day.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Fox River was the first to design socks specifically to fit women and now we have added fashion to our fit and function. This unique collection features rounder toe areas to eliminate extra material at the toes (no more bunching); and comfortable high-performance fibers that wick well and provide a lighweight "memory fit." The socks are knit with a special "flex-stretch" design at the heel to keep socks from slipping and to help prevent blisters.AXT 50/50 dries 25% faster and is 3 times more abrasion resistant than other merino wool socks Lycra 3D knit throughout for a memory fit Easy relaxed top for stay-up comfort Cushioned sole with mesh knit side channels for air flow to move moisture Lycra arch panel promotes circulation and holds sock in place Reinforced heel and toe areas for extended wear38% nylon, 30% polypropylene, 30% merino wool, 2% Lycra spandex

- Campmor

Fox River Wick Dry Endeavor Quarter Women's Sock


The Fox River Wick Dry Endeavor Quarter Women's Sock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 20, 2012 at

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