About Columbia Sportswear Heavy Hiker Socks - Heavyweight (For Women)
Closeouts. From easy day trail to two-month expedition, Columbia Sportswear's Heavy Hiker socks are made to perform and to last, thanks to performance-ready fibers and heavyweight cushion.
Specs about Columbia Sportswear Heavy Hiker Socks - Heavyweight (For Women)
- Height: Crew
- Fabric: 57% acrylic, 24% merino wool, 13% nylon, 4% polyester, 1% spandex, 1% other fibers
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Made in China
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
These socks feel divine and a similar product would cost $17 in the specialized sports stores. I'm ordering two more.
Reviewed by poniesnpearls from Florida on Wednesday, March 27, 2013Nice socks. Keep my feet warm and feel soft. Not as good as wool, but close.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by cave lady from Canton OH on Wednesday, February 13, 2013what is not great: having to take them off
Reviewed by Wit with Wisdom from Yelm, WA on Tuesday, February 12, 2013I came back to buy another pair, and one for a friend.
Reviewed by Woozle from Trout Lake, WA on Tuesday, December 25, 2012I like the knit of these--silky, but very substantial. Not so bulky as to change the fit of any shoe, though.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by turbo from orange county, ca on Saturday, December 8, 2012Nice high sock. Have not tested it out in the field yet but plan on using it with a pair of liners and winter boots.
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“I have never hiked before but am going to climb Kilimanjaro in the summer of 2013. I am purchasing equipment for the trip. I know I'll need some good socks for hiking - and ones that will keep my feet WARM and DRY. How would these compare to smartwool socks? I have smartwool socks and LOVE them but have only used them in Michigan - not hiking mountains. Any thoughts, info would be appreciated!”
These would be a good option for your trek.