Darn Tough Padded Over-the-Calf Ultra-Lite Socks - Single Pair
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- PRODUCT INFO
Up to size 17
Made In USA
Darn Tough Large Padded Men's Over-the-Calf Ultra-Lite Socks are large size socks from the Vertical/Ski division that can handle any of the elements a mountain could muster up. These big men's socks are made to fit sizes 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17. These Large Ultra-Lite Socks are an excellent choice if you are a bigfoot skier looking to spend a day out on the slopes. They are constructed with Merino Wool, which wicks moisture away, and are naturally antimicrobial, which repels bacteria and odor. Designed with just the right amount of targeted padding on the front shin area, and extra cushioning, Darn Tough Large Padded Men's Over-the-Calf Ultra-Lite Socks are an excellent choice for cutting down the side of the mountain.
- 60% Merino Wool
- 36% Nylon
- 4% Lycra® Spandex
Fine Gauge Knitting
High stitch count ensures a secure foot hugging fit. Less bulk. More comfort
Merino wool fibers naturally pull moisture away from your skin - dries fast.
Merino wool nataurally repels bacteria and odor. Socks stay fresh longer.
Socks stay put and in place all day.
No Hot Spots
The wool in large size Darn Tough socks up to size 17 is 100% fine gauge Merino Wool for highly breathable, itch free, next-to-skin comfort. Merino wool naturally regulates temperature, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
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