SmartWool PhD Racer Ski Socks - Midweight, Merino Wool, Over the Calf (For Men and Women)
About SmartWool PhD Racer Ski Socks - Midweight, Merino Wool, Over the Calf (For Men and Women)
2nds. Cushioned where your shins need it most, SmartWool's PhD Racer ski socks have elastic banding in the ankle and arches to contour the fit and eliminate bunching.
Specs about SmartWool PhD Racer Ski Socks - Midweight, Merino Wool, Over the Calf (For Men and Women)
- Height: Over the calf
- Fabric: 58% merino wool, 39% nylon, 3% elastic or, 52% merino wool, 45% nylon, 3% elastic or, 54% merino wool, 42% nylon, 4% elastic
- Care: Machine wash/dry
- Made in United States of America (yarn imported)
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by memzoogal from Memphis, TN on Friday, November 6, 2015These are labeled 'light' and are lighter cushion than other light smartwool ski socks I have, only extra in the heel, and some in the shin. That being said, they are still awesome smartwools, which I wear all year round. The PhD's are indeed genius.
STP simply needs to correct the product title and description.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by akfabes from Philadelphia on Thursday, October 29, 2015I should have read the fine print. These are marked 2nds but arrive with the socks stamped "irregular". With that said I found no problems or visual irregularities with the socks. Great value and great sock.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by mbrown from Minnesota on Thursday, October 1, 2015As always, Smartwool delivers. Cushioning in all the right spots, attractive design and warmth.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rick the skier from New Hampshire on Monday, March 9, 2015Not to warm. Good ski socks
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chad S. from PA on Wednesday, March 4, 2015oops. I must have missed the small print. Thought I was getting a good deal on great socks...they are actually stamped "irregulars". So I guess it wasn't that great of a deal after all.
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