Thorlo Everyday Outdoor Sock - Thin Cushion Merino Wool Mini-Crew

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Thorlo's Everyday Outdoor Sock - Thin Cushion Merino Wool Mini-Crew page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

All-weather day hiking calls for the Thorlo Everday Outdoor Socks made of a fine merino wool blend to keep your feet dry and comfortable. Women's design features a small heel pocket, extra-stretch yarn that conforms to the ankle and a custom toe box to prevent bunching and blisters. Extra fine merino wool blend offers exceptional elasticity and resilience. Wool efficiently insulates, regulates temperature, sheds water and resists wind, all without the odor inherent in synthetic fabrics. Ultralight heel and ball padding protects against impact and shearing forces with minimum sock volume. Stretch nylon with a flat-knit arch for improved durability and fit. Closeout.


Designed for light day hikes and everyday wear, the Everyday Outdoor sock with Merino wool is at home equally in the office or on the trail. Light padding provides protection while fitting in most footwear.Exclusive Extra Fine Merino Blend for better wicking and thermal regulation.Thin cushioning in ball/heel for more blister protection than any other thin sock product on the market today.Stretch nylon with a flat knit arch improves fit48% Extra Fine Merino Wool Blend, 37% Nylon, 13% Polyester, 2% Elastic.

- Campmor

Thorlo Everyday Outdoor Sock - Thin Cushion Merino Wool Mini-Crew

previously retailed for:
$5.97 - $6.93

The Thorlo Everyday Outdoor Sock - Thin Cushion Merino Wool Mini-Crew is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 22, 2010 at REI.

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