Wigwam Ironman Surge Pro Quarter Length

Specs

Fabric 57% Stretch Nylon, 21% Dri-release® (85% Polyester, 15% Coton), 20% X2O® Acrylic, 2% Spandex

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Wigwam's Ironman Surge Pro Quarter Length page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Surge past the competition in Wigwam Ironman(R) Surge Pro socks. They supply excellent moisture-wicking performance in a lightweight, supportive style. Pro-rated and patented moisture control system keeps feet cool, dry and protected from blisters. Dri-release(R) fabric and X2O(TM) acrylic provide exceptional moisture movement and quick-drying properties, keeping your feet dry and comfortable. FreshGuard(R) and other integrated odor neutralizers combat funky smells. Mesh construction at insteps promotes breathability. Foot-hugging fit moves enhances support and balance with shoes on. Virtually seamless toes eliminate pressure points and irritation. *Discount will be applied when you check out. Offer not valid for sale-price items ending in $._3 or $._9.

- REI

Wigwam Ironman Surge Pro Sock FEATURES of the Ironman Surge Pro Sock by Wigwam Foot hugging fit Stay put top Lightweight design Breathable mesh instep Seamless toe closure FABRIC SPECIFICATIONS: 57% Stretch Nylon 21% Dri-release (85% Polyester, 15% Cotton) 20% X2O Acrylic 2% Lycra Spandex

- Moosejaw

Wigwam Ironman Surge Pro Quarter Length

previously retailed for:
$11.00

The Wigwam Ironman Surge Pro Quarter Length is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 24, 2012 at REI.

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