SmartWool Outdoor Light Mini Sock

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SmartWool Kid's Outdoor Light Mini Socks give your young adventurer all the performance of Merino wool socks in a great kid's fit. An elasticized arch and brace means a great fit that won't slip or slouch. A cushioned sole for great comfort and long-term durability. Flat knit toe seam so they won't rub uncomfortably. Give your children the same great Smartwool sock performance you've come to know and love. Materials: 77 percent Merino wool, 22 percent nylon, 1 percent elastane. Available colors: Cadet

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

SmartWool created the Kids' Outdoor Light Mini Sock with both wool and stretchy elastane so you won't have to worry about your little rug rats' feet getting blistered or hot when they play outside--unless of course they go barefoot. Flat knit seams means no raw skin or rubbed feet during capture the flag, and a cushioned sole provides a little impact protection in case they leap from the jungle gym. SmartWool even worked in an elasticized arch brace to take some of the strain of sugary-induced sprints off their precious feet.

- Backcountry.com

The SmartWool Outdoor Light Mini socks are a great choice for savvy young hikers in warm weather. Light cushioning in high stress areas offers comfort underfoot; elasticized arches boost support. Shrink-free, no-itch merino wool wicks moisture and breathes well; stretch nylon reinforcements help maintain fit. Contoured flex zones reduce bunching, slipping and sagging. Flat-knit seams won't irritate little toes. Rib-knit cuffs hold socks in place. Closeout.

- REI

Made of a durable merino wool and nylon blend, these low riding socks for kids are ideal for warm weather hikes.

- EMS

SmartWool Outdoor Light Mini Sock

MSRP:
$10.95

The SmartWool Outdoor Light Mini Sock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 1, 2014 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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