Hiker Boot Midweight Sock (Regular Cushion) Men’s

Hiker Boot Midweight Sock (Regular Cushion) Men’s

Darn Tough

$26.00

Cushioning along the bottom of the foot provides the perfect amount of support while a smooth, performance fit assures there’s no slipping, no bunching, and no blisters. Fine gauge knitting makes this Merino Wool sock a true workhorse that’s supremely comfortable, breathable and fast drying. This “all-weather” sock stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter plus it’s naturally antimicrobial so it repels bacteria and odor – a great feature when you need to get any extra day (or two) out of your socks.

The Regular cusion boot sock is a slightly thinner version of the Full Cushion boot sock, and is ideal for slim-fitting footwear and warmer conditions. 

  • Medium: US 8 - 9.5
  • Large: US 10 - 12
  • Extra Large: US 12.5 - 14.5
  • Extra Extra Large: US 15 - 17

Description

Cushioning along the bottom of the foot provides the perfect amount of support while a smooth, performance fit assures there’s no slipping, no bunching, and no blisters. Fine gauge knitting makes this Merino Wool sock a true workhorse that’s supremely comfortable, breathable and fast drying. This “all-weather” sock stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter plus it’s naturally antimicrobial so it repels bacteria and odor – a great feature when you need to get any extra day (or two) out of your socks.

The Regular cusion boot sock is a slightly thinner version of the Full Cushion boot sock, and is ideal for slim-fitting footwear and warmer conditions. 

  • Medium: US 8 – 9.5
  • Large: US 10 – 12
  • Extra Large: US 12.5 – 14.5
  • Extra Extra Large: US 15 – 17

Additional information

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