Point6 Hiking Core Medium Crew

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Manufacturer's Description

Hikers partial to day-long hikes in heavier or traditional hiking boots would be wise to choose this sock. Medium cushioning under foot and across the top of the sock protects the instep from lace pressure.

  • 100% compact spun merino wool next to skin

  • medium cushion around foot and leg

  • size and style knit inside cuff

  • ventilation panel

  • arch brace

  • reinforced sole

  • smooth flat toe seam

66% merino wool, 32% nylon, 2% spandex

The two layer construction of these core outdoor socks result in comfortable and long lasting performance. A durable outer layer of nylon protects the soft merino wool layer next to your skin, creating a perfect performance system. Our high quality merino wool is compact spun and is knit with high needle count machines to create more stitches per inch. The result? A dense, more durable sock that resists pilling and wear while wrapping your feet in luxurious softness. As your feet warm up or cool down, point6 merino eliminates moisture to maintain your optimal body temperature, preventing blisters and odor.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

2NDS. How can your hiking experience get even better? Pull on Point6's Hiking Core Medium-Weight socks; the naturally moisture-wicking, temperature-regulating, quick-drying and odor-fighting merino wool offers long-lasting comfort on even the longest treks. Available Colors: NATURAL/GREY, NATURAL/TAUPE, NATURAL/NAVY, NATURAL/OLIVE, 05, 06, 07, 08, BLACK. Sizes: M, XL, S, L.

- Sierra Trading Post

Point6 Hiking Core Medium Crew

MSRP:
$17.95

The Point6 Hiking Core Medium Crew is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 25, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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