Teko Organic SIN3RGI Light Hiking Sock

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Teko's Organic SIN3RGI Light Hiking Sock page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Thanks to the blend of locally sourced merino wool and advanced synthetic fibers made from 100% recycled post-consumer waste, the Teko SIN3RGI Light Hiking Socks are great for your feet and for minimizing your carbon footprint. The light heel and footbed cushioning protects your feet on rough terrain without compromising the sensitivity you need to navigate technical trail sections with nimble confidence.

- Backcountry.com

Hike to your heart's content in these lightly cushioned Teko hiking socks. Durable Merino Sin3rgi fiber wicks moisture, dries quickly and provides exceptional comfort and fit.

- REI

Light Organic socks with Evolution style for support and a performance fit. These socks are packed with technical features and reinforced for supreme durability.Manufacturer Part Number: 5607 Chlorine-free organic SIN3RGI wool wicks moisture. Seamless toes, arch brace, articulated Y-heel. Light cushioning in footbed and leg. Comfort-stretch zones. teko MERINO Wool: From Argentine farms that have been practicing environmentally-sound techniques for hundreds of years. The wool is shrink resistant and dyed with non-toxic dyes. EVAPOR8 Recycled Polyester reinforced heel and toe for durability. Machine wash, tumble dry (or air dry). Content: 58% tekoMERINO Organic Wool, 30% EVAPOR8 Recycled Polyester, 10% Nylon, 2% LycraSizes: Medium 6.5-8.5, Large: 9-11.5Closeout

- Second Ascent

Teko Organic SIN3RGI Light Hiking Sock

MSRP:
$18.95

The Teko Organic SIN3RGI Light Hiking Sock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 11, 2016 at REI.

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