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2NDS , barely perceptible blemishes. Lorpen's PrimaLoftand#174; lightweight ski socks keep feet toasty from first chair to last. They feature PrimaLoftand#174; insulating yarn paired with soft merino wool for natural moisture-wicking, quick-drying, itch-free warmth. Available Colors: GREY/CHARCOAL/BLACK, NAVY HEATHER/GREY HEATHER/BLUE. Sizes: M, L, S, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

The Lorpen Ski Primaloft LightWeight Sock is a great lightweight yet supportive sock offering a comfortable blend of high quality fibers. Lorpen Ski Primaloft LightWeight Sock Features: Nylon outer layer - DurabilityPrimaloft inner layer - Better wicking and drying to keep you warmMultiple density knitStitch by stitch "No Feel" toe seamLycra all throughout the sock to keep the sock up and wrinkle freeMaterials: 75% Primaloft yarn, 15% Nylon, 10% LycraPrimaloft yarn - 50% Primaloft Insulation, 50% Merino wool

- OMCgear refers to the men's version

Description of Lorpen PrimaLoft Light Ski SocksThe fabrication of LORPEN technical socks requires an adequate Quality Management System that guarantees that all products have been inspected and meet strict requirements of elasticity, resistance, adaptability and finishing. LORPENs Quality Management System is certified under UNE-EN-ISO 90012000.Features75 PrimaLoft15 Polymide 10 Lycra

- US Outdoor Store refers to the men's version

Lorpen Primaloft Light Ski Sock

$21.99 (men's)

The Lorpen Primaloft Light Ski Sock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 29, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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