10 Best

Mens Hiking Socks

of April 2024

  1. Product Highlights
    • Temperature regulation: one of the best-known features of merino wool socks is that they’re thermal, to keep your feet warm and dry in the freezing cold winter while staying cool when it’s hot out in the summer.
    • Environmental-friendly material: since the merino wool is obtained from australia sheep, it’s natural material. at the end use of lifecycle, the merino wool will biodegrade into soil, feeding trees and plants.
    • Australia merino wool: the men’s hiking socks are made of 53% organic merino wool, 25% nylon, 17% polyester, 5% spandex blended materials for durable and stretchy performance. the merino wool materials are imported from australia and new zealand, where merino sheep are bred. we use their natural wool for clothing without causing harm to the merino sheep. the wool grows ...
    • Extra comfort with breathable fiber: unlike other wool which causes itchy skin, the merino wool's special fiber structure won't irritate or itch your sensitive skin. these men’s merino wool socks are super soft, lightweight, and breathable for outdoor activities, such as hiking, skiing, biking and running. they are machine washable in cold water and then hang them for d...
    • Arch compression crew socks: you will receive four pairs of merino wool socks in your package. not only are they thermal, soft and comfortable socks, but they also feature arch compression that offers greater stability, and the full cushion foot adds extra comfort for your feet.
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