Hunting trips just got better with this three pack of merino wool boot socks. Blast through the wilderness and keep those dogs from hollering with the James 3 pack.
James features full-cushion construction with nanoglide reinforced critical wear zones to add long life and eliminate blisters on your expeditions.
An ultra comfortable boot sock with go-anywhere durability. This sock was designed with hunting trips and winter weather in mind. We also find it works well to keep you comfy in your boots that have a little room in the toe.
Random-knit patterns in high-quality merino adds a bit of style to a serious sock built for serious adventure.
This product is part of the Fall//Winter 2020 Collection
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With a tall 12" rise height, our mid-calf sock fits well with tall hunting, riding, or outdoor boots.
A fine grade fiber of wool that is temperature regulating, luxuriously soft, and comfortable. Naturally wrinkle resistant, breathable, and resists odor.
Merino wool transports sweat and moisture away from skin as a vapor keeping you dry and comfortable year round.
Comfort Toe Seam - Smooth, flat seam adds durability, does not rub, and reduces irritation
Temperature Regulating - Strategically placed vents and premium fibers allow your feet to breathe
Targeted Cushion Zones - All day comfort. No excess bulk. Reinforced seams and cushioned impact zones keep you moving
Arch Support -Light compression arch helps eliminate strain and fatigue while keeping socks in place all day long
Stay Up Cuff - Memory knit construction eliminates slouchy socks by providing lasting shape and support
Why not more merino? Because merino is strong when dry, but weakend while wet. Truly high percentage merino socks are warm and fuzzy, but prone to failure in real world use.
The ultimate combination of high quality materials makes for an incredibly strong sock without sacrificing any of the temperature regulating quality or comfort of merino wool. Additional materials are woven strategically throughout high wear areas, to reinforce common failure points, and to add design.