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Keen Claire Knee-High Socks - Merino Wool (For Youth Girls)

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About Keen Claire Knee-High Socks - Merino Wool (For Youth Girls)

Closeouts. Keen's Claire Knee-High Lite socks turn the serious performance of moisture-regulating merino wool into a fun accessory by giving them a playful pattern of dotted swirls.


Specs about Keen Claire Knee-High Socks - Merino Wool (For Youth Girls)

  • Lightweight
  • Height: Over the calf
  • Fabric: 47% merino wool, 46% nylon, 5% polyester, 2% spandex
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Made in United States of America (yarn imported)
  • US shipments only


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Reviewed by Mama Bird from Athens, GA on Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Love these socks! They are adorable and are well made. I can tell that they are going to last.
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About Keen

Keen shoes have been helping feet find adventure since 2003, and it all began with the signature KEEN.PROTECT toe bumper. It might seem strange to build a footwear company around a feature, but that iconic toe bumper is more than just a style add-on. It’s what allows Keen sandals to hit the trails and provide the best toe protection possible. In fact, Keen was one of the first footwear companies to make closed-toed hiking sandals. Over the years, the product selection has continued to grow and now includes Keen hiking boots, trail shoes, cycling shoes, socks, clothing and bags. The brand is also actively involved in land and water conservation projects in the US, Canada, Europe and Japan.