Farm to Feet

Farm to Feet Damascus Lightweight Crew Sock - Men's

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Size

Height: Crew

Weight: Lightweight

Farm to Feet's best-of-the-best hiking and backpacking sock, the Damascus is dubbed for the host town of the annual Appalachian Trail Days festival, where thousands of hikers converge for a weekend of celebration.

Merino Wool

Merino wool is soft, itch-free, naturally odor- and bacteria-resistant, cool in the summer and warm in winter. Farm to Feet socks feature 100% U.S. grown merino wool from sheep raised by American farmers on American farms.

Features:

  • Hidden nylon plating creates a smooth exterior and a low-profile fit that is ideal for technical and sport socks. 
  • Full-density cushioning provides better insulation, exceptional wicking, and increased protection against impact. Its faster moisture absorption keeps the skin dry and reduces friction, while its shock-absorbing nature enhances the performance of multi-sport and outdoor socks
  • Targeted cushioning adds additional shock-absorbing knit at key impact areas
  • Circumferential compression from the top of the sock through the arch creates a precise, comfortable fit that helps support the foot throughout the day
  • Seamless toe closure reduces bulk and eliminates blister-generating friction
  • Reinforced construction and low-stress seam placement reduce wear and tear, increasing the life of the sock

      Materials:

      • 51% US Merino wool
      • 46% US Nylon
      • 3% US LYCRA Spandex

      Sizing:

      Men's Shoe Women's Shoe
      Small N/A 4-6.5
      Medium 6-8.5 7-9.5
      Large 9-11.5 10-12.5
      X-Large 12-14.5 N/A
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        12/28/2019
        Anonymous
        I recommend this product
        Very comfortable

        Fantastic socks.

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