Mountaineering Over-the-Calf Socks Women’s

Mountaineering Over-the-Calf Socks Women’s

Darn Tough

$31.00$310.00

Sometimes things get gnarly out there. Extreme cold, snow, sleet, rain, even snain (that is a combo of snow and rain). When it is really wild out our Mountaineering sock does not back down. Extra heavy terry loop construction protects the entire foot for maximum warmth. While other extreme weather socks feel clunky ours have a smooth performance fit that keeps up with you in the worst of weather. No slipping, no bunching, no blisters. Fine gauge Merino Wool makes this a fast drying, breathable sock that stays warm in the winter and amazingly cool in the summer. And since Merino Wool is naturally antimicrobial this sock repels bacteria and odor - a great feature when you need to get an extra day (or two) out of your socks.

  • Small: US 4.5 - 7
  • Medium: US 7.5 - 9.5
  • Large: US 10 - 11.5

Description

Sometimes things get gnarly out there. Extreme cold, snow, sleet, rain, even snain (that is a combo of snow and rain). When it is really wild out our Mountaineering sock does not back down. Extra heavy terry loop construction protects the entire foot for maximum warmth. While other extreme weather socks feel clunky ours have a smooth performance fit that keeps up with you in the worst of weather. No slipping, no bunching, no blisters. Fine gauge Merino Wool makes this a fast drying, breathable sock that stays warm in the winter and amazingly cool in the summer. And since Merino Wool is naturally antimicrobial this sock repels bacteria and odor – a great feature when you need to get an extra day (or two) out of your socks.

  • Small: US 4.5 – 7
  • Medium: US 7.5 – 9.5
  • Large: US 10 – 11.5

Additional information

Option

Midnight (Sm), Midnight (Med), Midnight (Lg), Emerald (Sm), Emerald (Med)

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