Men's Fox River® Tamarack Over-the-calf Socks (2-pack)
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Smart solution for icy-cold feet
- Fox River’s “Wick Dry” technology
- Made for cold weather
- Reinforced toes/heels add durability
- Machine washable blend
- Made in USA
Fox River® Mills, one of America’s most famous makers of outdoor socks, uses their exclusive Wick Dry® Health System™ in this rugged pair to help keep feet dry and comfortable, no matter what the temperature. This special system combines an inner layer of moisture-repelling yarn with an outer layer of moisture-attracting yarn to wick moisture away from feet. 36% merino wool/36% recycled polyester/14% nylon/13% acrylic/1% spandex. Machine wash. Made in USA.
Men's Fox RiverŪ Tamarack Over-the-calf Socks (2-pack)
Everything they said and more.
These are very warm and comfortable with just the right amount of bulk for my boots without being too bulky and making my feet feel cramped. I ordered these because another respondent said they were too warm. My feet cannot be too warm. I find the fit, comfort and warmth perfect. I love the seamless toes, and that they are made in the U.S.
Thank you, Lands End
January 5, 2013
Much Better Than Expected
I was frustrated with Land's End when they stopped carrying a great pair of socks I purchased a few years ago. But when I saw these Fox River Tamarack's I decided to pull the trigger and I'm so glad I did. Now they're my favorite socks and I almost always have them on. They're thick, soft, warm, and comfortable -plus, no seams at the toes that have bothered me in the past.
November 25, 2012
heavier than the description sounds
These are good socks and fit well, but I think they are best suited to colder temperatures. The catalog description sounds like they are good "no matter what the temperature". On my feet hey seem pretty heavy for moderate/warm temperatures, but great for cold temps.
October 13, 2012