Patagonia Midweight Merino Ski Socks

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The Midweight Merino Hiking Crew Socks by Patagonia have substantial cushioning for comfort, these durable hiking, backpacking and trekking socks afford exceptional performance. These versatile hiking socks have a midweight terry-loop footbed that provides substantial cushioning. Made from a skin-friendly blend of merino wool and nylon for exceptional breathability, airflow and rugged durability, they have excellent stretch and recovery. A mesh arch brace provides a snug, no-slip fit. The looped Lintoe construction creates the smallest and flattest seam possible for maximum toe comfort inside hiking boots. The rib-knit shaft holds the sock in place without sloughing or binding. Calf-high length.

- RockCreek

You wouldn't dare shove your most complex appendage into a rigid plastic ski boot without the cushioned Patagonia Midweight Merino Ski Sock acting as a warm, friendly barrier. A calf-height ski sock that's midweight for the coldest days or for skiers who like a little more cushioning.

- Backcountry.com

For warmth in harsh weather, the Patagonia Men's Midweight Merino Ski Socks are made from a toasty blend of Merino wool and nylon. The looped Lintoe construction creates the smallest and flattest seam possible for maximum toe comfort inside tight-fitting boots, and the tall rib-knit shaft holds the socks in place without binding or sloughing. Durable and warm, they have excellent stretch and recovery that lasts the lifetime of the sock. Strategically placed mesh zones provide ventilation. An over-the-calf fit protects lower legs from big boots.

- Altrec Outlet

Patagonia Men's Midweight Merino Ski Socks

previously retailed for:
$20.29 - $29.00

The Patagonia Men's Midweight Merino Ski Socks is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 8, 2014 at RockCreek.

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