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Wigwam Wool Rambler Hiking Socks, 2-Pack

Item # 700938
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Key Features

  • Hiking sock keeps your feet warm and extra-dry

  • Midweight acrylic/wool/nylon/elastic rubber blend

  • Itch-free, shrink-free, all-season performnace

  • Cushioned sole; seamless toe; elasticized arch


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wigwam The Wigwam Wool Rambler Hiking Sock keeps your feet warm and dry on day hikes, long walks, and short treks alike. Made from a durable midweight blend of 48% acrylic, 32% American wool, 18% stretch nylon, and 2% elastic rubber fabrics, this all-season performance sock is designed to provide itch-free, shrink-free comfort. The Wool Rambler Hiking Sock features a fully cushioned sole; seamless toe closure; and an elasticized arch for added support. Two pairs per pack. Made in the USA.

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Wigwam Wool Rambler Hiking Socks, 2-Pack
 
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5.0

Love these socks need more in stores

By Kathy

from MIchigan

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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        Comments about Wigwam Wool Rambler Hiking Socks, 2-Pack:

        like the style and mostly they fit good

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