Lorpen Tri-Layer Light Shorty Sock - Women's

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Description of Lorpen Tri Layer LifeFit Shorty - WomensFeaturesHeightShorty

- US Outdoor Store

These 3-layer socks offer dry, cool comfort for active women who prefer some cushioning under their heels and toes.


2NDS , barely perceptible blemishes. The Tri-Layer advantage? The advanced wicking action of CoolMaxand#174; and TENCELand#174; fabrics, giving Lorpen's light cushion Tri-Layer socks the power to manage moisture and provide your feet the ultimate in cool comfort. Available Colors: GREY/LIGHT BLUE, WHITE/KHAKI, KHAKI/MINT GREEN, GREY/APRICOT, WHITE/GREY, GREY/PINK, DARK GREY/BLUE, GREY/MINT, DARK GREY/BLACK, BLACK/DARK GREY, LIGHT GREY/GREY, BLUE GREY/MINT GREY, WHITE KHAKI/GREY BLUE, TAUPE MINT/GREY BLUE, LAVENDER/GREY, NEEDS COLOR. Sizes: M, L, XL, S.

- Sierra Trading Post

Hit the dirt while wearing the Lorpen Women's Trail Light Running Sock and treat your feet to a cool, dry run thanks to this sock's highly breathable fabric. Stretchy Lycra helps these socks conform to your foot while Coolmax material allows hot air and stifling moisture to move away from your skin. A lightly cushioned sole and ankle-height cuff help to take some of the bite out of hazards you might encounter on your run through the wild.

- Backcountry.com

Lorpen Women's Tri-Layer Light Shorty Sock


The Women's Tri-Layer Light Shorty Sock has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$5.73 - $14.95

The Lorpen Women's Tri-Layer Light Shorty Sock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 24, 2015 at REI.

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