Lorpen Primaloft Medium Ski Sock

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Lorpen's Primaloft Medium Ski Sock page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Lorpen uses a blend of Merino wool and Primaloft to make the Primaloft Yarn that dominates the construction of their highly breathable, warm, and comfortable Medium Ski Sock. A little nylon and lycra are mixed in with the Primaloft wool to enhance the warm fuzzy feeling with natural movement.

- Backcountry Outlet

2NDS . Lorpen's ski socks keep feet toasty from first chair to last. They feature PrimaLoft(R) insulation paired with soft merino wool for natural moisture-wicking, quick-drying, itch-free warmth. Available Colors: GREY/BLACK, 01, GREY/BLACK/BLUE, GREY/BLUE/WHITE, GREY/BLACK/ORANGE, BLACK/GREY, GREY/RED, DARK INDIGO, IRON, CHARCOAL, BLACK/MULTI STRIPE, NEEDS COLOR, BLACK/ORANGE/WHITE. Sizes: M, S, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Lorpen Ski Primaloft MediumWeight Sock uses Primaloft yarn which is an optimal blend of Primaloft insulation and Merino wool. The result is a super soft feel with superior wicking, drying and warmth. Lorpen Ski Primaloft MediumWeight 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% Lycra Primaloft yarn - 50% Primaloft Insulation, 50% Merino wool

- OMCgear

Lorpen Primaloft Medium Ski Sock

MSRP:
$23.99

The Lorpen Primaloft Medium Ski Sock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 11, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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