Darn Tough Tab No Show Light - Men's

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Designed for running and biking, No-Show Light Cushion 1/4 Socks deliver a blister-free, foot-hugging fit with light cushion that's Darn Tough. Made from soft merino wool, nylon, and Lycra spandex in a high-density knit for "Darn Tough" durability and blister-free bliss. Darn Toughs highly breathable fine-gauge merino wool regulates temperature, manages moisture, and naturally resists odor-keeps feet warm, dry, and stink-free. Densely knit yarns on bottom of foot provide light cushion. True Seamless construction: undetectable toe seam in an ultralight sock for blister-free performance. Reinforced heel and toe for abrasion resistance and miles of durability. Knit-in arch support for precision fit and increased endurance. Form-fitting toe box and sculpted heel pocket enhance fit. Darn Tough socks are made in Vermont-they enhance the fit of your shoes and wont wear out. Machine wash warm (inside out), gentle cycle; tumble dry low.


With their Tab tab no Show Light Socks, Darn Tough grants you a comfy sock with some light cushioning for high-impact activities. A meritab no wool construction frees you from odor and bacteria, wicks moisture, and keeps you comfortable, while a bit of cushioning under your foot offers the right amount of protection for a hefty run. An athletic look completes the awesome package that is Darn Tough's Tab tab no Show Light Socks. PRODUCT FEATURES: 51% Meritab no Wool, 45% Nylon, 4% Lycra Spandex Light cushioning along the bottom of your foot True seamless construction Made in Vermont

- Appalachian Outdoors

Grueling training rides call for tough socks. The Darn Tough Tab No Show Light Cushion socks deliver in this all-weather design that's cool in the summer and warm in the winter.


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