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Mountaineering Extra Heavy Crew Socks

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Merino wool offers alternative advantages to synthetic fabric base layers. Whilst synthetic fabrics do dry faster than Merino, they also tend to feel clammy before you've even started exercising. Merino is highly breathable so moisture vapour escapes easily.

Though Merino does dry slower than synthetic fabrics it does still dry relatively quickly because it is so thin. Also as with synthetics it still keeps you warm even if it does become saturated. Finally Merino does not get as smelly as synthetic base layers which is something to bear in mind if you are going to be using your base layer several days in a row.

Smartwool Mountaineering Extra Heavy Crew Socks

Smartwool Mountaineering socks are extra thick and well cushioned to protect your feet from impacts or the cold. They're the standard choice for mountaineering, ice climbing, and also long hikes and general cold weather wear.

Merino wool controls moisture, is highly breathable and naturally odour resistant, it's not uncommon to get a full week of wear without a whiff! A firm Outside Staff favourite, quite simply, the best socks on the planet.

  • Extra Heavy Cushion - The ultimate in impact absorption and warmth for mountaineering expeditions
  • Sock Height: Crew
  • SmartWool® Fit System - Ankle and arch braces provide a secure fit
  • Sizing clearly indicated on the sock
  • Flat knit toe seam
  • Made in USA of Imported Yarn
  • Material: 74% Merino Wool, 25% Nylon, 1% Elastane

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