Fox River Rocky Sock

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Fox River's Rocky Lightweight Ski Sock helps you stay dry and warm in your ski boots whether you're carving the spring corn or hiking for that perfect line. Fox River made the Rocky Ski Sock with a blend of high-wicking material and added a little stretch for a comfortable feel and memory fit. Great for warm days on the mountain, the Rocky pulls moisture away from your foot, leaving you warm comfortable and ready for long days on the mountain. Light padding in the shin and sole provide shock-absoption and a flat toe seam puts and end to toe blisters and irritation.


Sizes: M (Mens 6-8.5; Womens 7-9.5), L (Mens 9-11.5; Womens 10-12.5), XL (Mens 12-14.5).The Fox River Mills Rocky Ski Sock is the 'New York Times' 2010 Gear Test Winners. Made with PrimaLoft for superior wicking and memory knit construction holds form.Memory-knit construction holds form, wash after wash.Contoured rib top holds sock in place to eliminate slippage.Spandex compression zones add support and keep sock in place all day long.Half-cushioned shin and sole absorbs shocks and insulate.Mesh panels vent moisture while trapping heat inside.Reinforced toe and heel add comfort and prolong product life.30% PrimaLoft polyester, 30% Merino wool, 38% nylon, 2% Spandex.Machine wash inside out in warm water, no bleach. Tumble dry low, do not dry clean.5138

- Campmor

Light weight Primaloft ski sock with super stretch welt to prevent muscle fatigue and pinching.

- Ramsey Outdoor

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The Fox River Rocky Sock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 17, 2014 at

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