Well Knitting 2 Pairs Mens Heavy Duty Merino Wool Blend Outdoor Working Hiking Socks

Well Knitting 2 Pairs Mens Heavy Duty Merino Wool Blend Outdoor Working Hiking Socks

Well Knitting 2 Pairs Mens Heavy Duty Merino Wool Blend Outdoor Working Hiking Socks

  • 80%Merino Wool, 20% Nylon
  • Designed for Hiking ,Working & Outdoor sport.Smooth flat toe seam,Reinforced heel & toe
  • Wool inner layer for warmth,Durable nylon outer layer
  • Machine washable,Wash with care
  • Men’s Sizes: Small 3-5, Medium 6-10, Large 11-14

·Colours:Black .Composition:80%Merino Wool, 20% Nylon
·Well Knitting merino wool outdoor socks was designed for working,camping,hiking and outdoor sport socks
·Extra-heavy cushioning, that will keep your feet warm and dry when you are mounta

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  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good as foot warmers but not as hiking or working socks, December 22, 2016
    By 
    Patrick Yamada (South Central Orange County, CA USA) –
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    I have only worn a pair for a day, so I cannot comment on durability.

    I have plantar fasciiitis and wear hiking socks daily for their extra padding and built-in arch support. Over the years I have worn hiking socks by Darn Tough, Wigwam, REI, Thorlos and others. The Well Knitting socks cost about one half to two-thirds of most of the hiking socks I buy, so I see that you get what you pay for in most cases.

    The best socks not only have extra-padded heels, but also form-fitting arch support. The Thorlos KLT Unisex Wool Blend Thick Padded Crew Hiking Socks I bought have good padding and are comfortable. The down side is that the toes wore out fairly quickly. Darn Tough Men’s Merino Wool Hiker Boot Sock Full Cushion Socks have served me better as they have built-in elastic arch supports and last longer than any other socks I have tried. I can’t remember the name of the REI socks that I wear, but they are Merino wool socks that are comfortable and durable, although their arch support isn’t as robust as the Darn Tough socks.

    How do these Well Knitting socks compare? They are warm enough, but they lack the extra cushioning and arch support. Maybe I should have purchased a size smaller than normal because they are a bit loose. It may also be that they don’t conform to the contours of my feet as do the more expensive socks I listed above. Were I to wear these hiking I would use sock liners to prevent blistering. I will add these to the socks I wear inside my house to keep my feet warm or for ordinary use on cold days, but I don’t think they are suited to long walks or working for long periods.

    As foot warmers they rank 4 1/2 stars. As hiking socks they are closer to 2 1/2 stars.

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