Icebreaker Multisport Cushion Micro - Women's

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Icebreaker's Multisport Cushion Micro page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Long runs and training sessions with the Icebreaker Women's Multisport Cushion Micro Sock help ease the pain and yield more efficient exercise in the gym or out on the trail.


The Transporter 65 is built with ruggedly dependable, weather resistant fabrics. Not just a duffel, it is comfortable to carry, and perfect as a companion on a medium-sized trip or for storing your gear.


Made with moisture-wicking merino wool, Icebreakers temperature-regulating Multisport Lite Micro Socks retain heat in the cold and offer cooling breathability in the heat. Dense, underfoot cushioning is ideal for high-impact activities. Breathe zones promote venting and air circulation. Soft, durable socks feature seamless toe closures, Achilles/instep support and bulk-eliminating function junctions up top. Made of 65% merino wool, 33% nylon, 2% Lycra. Imported. Ht: 4. Womens sizes: S(5.5-7), M(7.5-9), L(9.5-11). Color: Blizzard Heather. Size: Medium. Color: Blizzard Heather. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Material: Lycra.

- Cabela's

On Sale. Icebreaker Women's Multisport Cushion Micro Sock FEATURES of the Icebreaker Women's Multisport Cushion Micro Sock Ultra lightweight A touch of Lycra for a great fit Naturally odor-resistant Breathable Light underfoot cushioning Breathable flat zone for ventilation Achilles and instep support Anti-blister Flat toe seam SPECIFICATIONS of the Icebreaker Women's Multisport Cushion Micro Sock 55% merino wool, 43% nylon, 2% elastane

- Moosejaw

Icebreaker Women's Multisport Cushion Micro


The Icebreaker Women's Multisport Cushion Micro is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 12, 2018 at

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