Reviewed by Chaco Enthusiast from Indiana on Tuesday, July 2, 2013
I really like these socks, and they work well as liners, because they are not too thick. They seem to be of good quality and will last awhile. I would like to see this sock in white as well, but the black is fine. The height is good, they go above my boots, but not over my calves. I am a female that...
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Reviewed by VanKoven from Oklahoma on Friday, December 11, 2015
For me, they are perfect. I wear them under a heavy weight wool hiking sock with my hiking boots. They are comfy, comfy, comfy. If I didn't have gifts to buy for others this month, I'd buy a few more pair for myself. The fact that they are USA made, in spite of NAFTA and TPP, is a major plus.
Reviewed by Walker from San Francisco on Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Nice socks, large size, unlike their 1/4 crew hiking sock, but not much wool throughout, just in pads on the bottom, which is nice, but the basic sock appears to be made primarily of nylon, unlike the claim in the website. I guess the percentage is by weight, not proportion of construction; it is misleading. I would have liked them to have more wool throughout the sock, not just in pads on the bottom of the soles.
Reviewed by Warm from Colorado on Wednesday, October 21, 2015
These are gorgeous! I just got a pair today. I will be getting more. These are perfect for under boots. They are so soft all the way up the calf and they are snug. They are so comfortable on the feet, all I can feel is soft cushion. I love these.
If you mean are they thin? Then - yes these are the ones.
They are comfortable and warm - all at the same time.
Answered on 5/19/2014 8:32:52 PM by Kathleen , the short granny from WI
Unsure how to answer.
These are crew height, relatively soon Merino socks.
They are thicker than regular dress socks but are thinner
than most lightweight merino socks.
They wake moisture extremely well.
They wash and wear extremely well
I have purchased repair over the past two years.
I recommend highly.
Answered on 5/21/2014 11:32:20 AM by Backpackin' Ron from Baltimore, Maryland, USA