Wigwam Cool-Lite Pro Low Cut

Specs

Fabric 53% Dri-release® (85% Polyester, 15% Cotton), 31% Stretch Nylon, 12% X2O® Acrylic, 3% Stretch Polyester, 1% Spandex

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Wigwam's Cool-Lite Pro Low Cut page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

*Repels moisture*Prevents blisters*Lightweight*Breathable*Cushiony sole* Pique mesh instep with a dense, yet lightweight cushioned sole that refuses to breakdown. Fiber Contents 53% Dri-release Polyester (85% Polyester,15% Cotton), 31% Stretch Nylon, 12% X2O Acrylic, 3% Stretch Polyester, 1% Lycra Spandex Sizing- Medium - Men's 5-91/2: Women's 6-10 Large - Men's 9-12: Women's 10-13

- Vargo Outdoors

For outdoor athletic activities, you'll love the foot-hugging comfort of the versatile Wigwam Cool-Lite Pro Low socks. This is one pair that will stay at the top of your sock drawer!

- REI

Envelope your feet in the foot hugging performance fit of the Wigwam Cool-Lite Pro Low-Cut Socks. A breathable mesh instep helps with temperature regulation, while a seamless toe and cushiony sole keep the pads happy. Don't trust your sole to just anyone, wear the Cool-Lite Pro Low-Cut Socks from Wigwam.

- Altrec Outlet

Sizes: MS(fits women's shoe size 4-7), M(women's 6-10, men's 5-91/2), L(women's 10-13, men's 9-12), XL(men's 12-15).Piqu� mesh instep.Dense, yet lightweight cushioned sole that refuses to break down.Ribbed Anklet cuff.'Y' heel pocket.Smooth toe.55% CoolMax polyester, 25% stretch nylon, 10% Lumiza acrylic, 10% spandex.

- Campmor

Wigwam Cool-Lite Pro Low Cut

previously retailed for:
$4.69 - $9.03

The Wigwam Cool-Lite Pro Low Cut is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 14, 2015 at REI.

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