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New Overtons Product  KEEN Men's Zing Ultralite Low-Cut Sock

Item # 767257
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Key Features

  • Quick-drying, moisture-wicking wool footbed

  • Impact cushioning in key areas for added comfort

  • Contoured arch for ample support where it's needed

  • Seamless toe in flex zone avoids bunching/chafing

  • Merino wool/nylon/polyester/Lycra spandex blend


Our Price   $15.99

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Product Description
keen The KEEN Zing Ultalite Low-Cut Sock is a go-to sock for active endeavors of all sorts. The Merino wool footbed is designed to dry fast and wick away moisture for blister-proof protection. Impact cushioning in key areas ensures maximum comfort underfoot, while the contoured arch adds ample support where you need it most. A seamless toe in the flex zone helps avoid bunching and chafing. KEEN Zing Ultralite Low-Cut Socks are made from a durable blend of 57% Merino wool, 39% nylon, 3% polyester, and 1% Lycra spandex fabrics. Made in the USA.

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