Darn Tough Merino Wool Micro Crew Sock Cushion

May 15, 2019 - Comment
Add to Cart $20.98Amazon.com Price
(as of 05:31 GMT+0200 - Details)

the Micro Crew Cushion sock is perfect match for that nice pair of hiking boots. Not too high not to low, its dense cushioning underfoot and built in Elastic arch support help your feet stay fresh and rejuvenated whether its on a hike, run or just a marathon day around town.

Product Features

  • 61% Merino Wool, 36% Nylon, 3% Lycra Spandex
  • Made in Vermont, USA
  • Unconditional Lifetime
  • Performance fit and Unsurpassed durability
  • Sport Type: Outdoor Lifestyle

Comments

Anonymous says:

These are not good socks I have been hiking for well over thirty years, starting in the US Marines, so I appreciate the improvements and advances in technical outdoor gear – in the 80’s we were issued cotton socks and T-shirts! As such, I am always looking for better gear, and I thought based on so many glowing reviews that this brand of socks would be an improvement from the SmartWool Merinos I have been wearing for the last several years. This was simply not the case.Case in point: I completed a…

Anonymous says:

Darn Tough, FITS and Fox River socks are all great, forget Smart Wool. I bought these socks because of their lifetime guarantee, not because it was likely I would return them if there was a problem after a reasonable amount of wear, but because it was proof of the company’s faith in their product.The decision proved a good one, they are just showing their age after two great years.By the way, I also bought similar socks from SmartWool recently, they shrank after one cold water washing ( the same wash and dry with my DarnTough and FITS…

Anonymous says:

You get what you pay for… “What a stupid high price for a pair of socks!” I thought when I first saw these on Amazon.com. “I’ll never waste my money on something like that. How dumb.” I silently pitied the fools as I sipped my beer.”Huh,” I said to the dog two days later. “I wonder what this is.” I set the mystery package from the UPS man on the table. We both pondered the box for a moment. Then, “oh no…” I looked at the dog. The dog looked at me. “I was drinking…

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