About SmartWool 2013 PhD Run Light Socks (For Women)
Closeouts. Smart phones, smart cars, and yes, introducing smart socks: SmartWool's 2013 PhD Run Light socks offer the temperature-regulating, wicking power of the smartest fabric out there, merino wool.
Specs about SmartWool 2013 PhD Run Light Socks (For Women)
- Height: Quarter crew
- Fabric: 70% merino wool, 28% nylon, 2% elastic or, 71% merino wool, 27% nylon, 2% elastic
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Made in United States of America (yarn imported)
- Visit our Wool Guide
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Carrie from Colorado on Sunday, January 3, 2016My first pair of SmartWools and I am sold for life. So great.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Luna famer from Iowa on Tuesday, November 17, 2015I love all the phd smartwool socks. I wear low cuts in the summer and these in the winter. Works great with cowboy boots or Timbs. I use light thickness for three seasons and ultra light on those super hot days or in running shoes. They are comfy, breathable, and warm in the winter. They also last a long time -- the only reason I keep buying more is that people borrow them and never give them back!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by dar from langley BC Canada on Thursday, August 20, 2015This is my 3rd time ordering these smart wool socks. I'm 75 and have a fair amount of foot problems; bunions, calluses, corns etc. These socks give just the right cushioning to help alleviate a lot of what would be pain. Thanks Smart Wool.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by bargainshopper from south central VA on Tuesday, August 4, 2015Usually Sierra Trading Post's shipping is spot on for what I have ordered. However, this time they missed the boat completely. They send the wrong socks, the wrong color and the wrong size. The socks don't cost as much as the return shipping, so I'll just keep what they sent but I'm definitely not pleased.
Reviewed by Urban Walker from San Francisco on Friday, July 17, 2015I ordered these in Silver #6325J-01-M. The toe box is large causing an overstuffed feeling in my shoe. It is not as rounded / tapered as other SmartWool socks I own. I have a narrow, thin foot. They might work better for someone with a wider foot.
Question & Answer
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“I see a bullet point on merino wool items that states: "Limit 12 per year"
What does that mean please?
Thanks for your help.”
I believe it means you can only buy 12 of this style a year. Not sure as I've never bought that many!
I believe it means you only get to order 12 pairs of this specific sock per year. I like Smartwool socks so much, and wear them almost every day, so I have ordered 10 pairs at a time when I found the sock I liked best. I think that STP put this limit up for some reason, not sure why.
“What shoe size is a large?”
I wear size medium (7- 9.5.) Not sure about large, but most likely 9.5 and up?
According to SmartWool's website, the Large, in a woman's sock, is a Woman's shoe size 10-12.5, which is a pretty big foot.
I wear a Woman's shoe size 7.5 or 8 which, according to their size chart, should be a Medium.
I prefer to wear SmartWool sock size Small because I find the sizing to be very "generous".
If I wear the Medium, as they suggest, they seem to shift around a bit in my shoes and tend to "bunch up" in places.
Since these are made specifically for a woman's foot, I'm not sure what the equivalent size in Men's would be.
I think the foot "volume" is smaller than a man's, even if the equivalent length is established.
I've tried SmartWool's unisex socks and found they don't work well for me for that reason.
“Is it possible to see the sock inside out to have a better idea of the cushioning and construction of the sock?”