Wigwam Merino/Silk Scout Quarter Length


Fabric 45% Dri-releaseĀ® (85% Polyester, 15% Cotton), 25% Merino Wool,22% Stretch Nylon, 6% Silk, 2% Spandex

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Wigwam's Merino/Silk Scout Quarter Length page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A natural union of luxurious silk and Merino wool in a midweight voyager from Wigwam. Moisture-moving sole fosters a healthy, balanced environment. PRODUCT FEATURES: Repels moisture Cushiony sole Merino wool softness Luxury of silk Foot hugging 45% Dri-release (85% Polyester, 15% Cotton), 25% Merino Wool,22% Stretch Nylon, 6% Silk, 2% Lycra Spandex

- Appalachian Outdoors

Great for a day hiking or a hike around town, the Wigwan Merino/Silk Scout men's socks offer silky-smooth comfort and superb support. Unique blend combines the natural insulation of merino wool and the strength of silk to keep your feet warm and comfortable. dri-release(R) is a blend of natural and man-made fibers that work together to absorb and move moisture away from the skin; it dries more rapidly than other fibers. Freshguard(R) treatment embedded in the yarn virtually eliminates odor and won't wash out. Constructed arch panel improves support and comfort; cushiony sole helps smooth out the bumps. Virtually seamless toe closure designed to eliminate irritation and friction. *Discount will be applied when you check out. Offer not valid for sale-price items ending in $._3 or $._9.


Wigwam Merino/Silk Scout Quarter Length

previously retailed for:
$8.93 - $13.95

The Wigwam Merino/Silk Scout Quarter Length is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 17, 2012 at Appalachian Outdoors.

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