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Darn Tough Hike-Trek Merino Wool Boot Full Cushion Sock (Pair) Item # DRNQ8204M
$23.95

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Built to last and sporting a fully-cushioned boot cut, the Darn Tough Hike-Trek Merino Wool Boot Full Cushion sock provides maximum warmth, comfort and durability for hikers and backpackers. Backed by an incredible lifetime guarantee!
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Built to last and sporting a fully-cushioned boot cut, the Darn Tough Hike-Trek Merino Wool Boot Full Cushion sock provides maximum warmth, comfort and durability for hikers and backpackers. Backed by an incredible lifetime guarantee, the Hike-Trek Merino Wool Boot Full Cushion sock is ready for wherever your feet take it!

Darn Tough takes knitting very seriously. All Darn Tough socks are manufactured in Northfield, Vermont, as they have been for the last 30 years. High-speed, computerized knitting equipment utilizes 100% fine gauge New Zealand Merino wool. An impressive 1444 stitches per square inch ensure the comfort and support for which Darn Tough is renowned. If you need further proof of the fine quality of their socks, Darn Tough even promises that if their socks "aren't the most comfortable and durable" you've ever worn, you can return them for your money back!

The Hike-Trek Merino Wool Boot Full Cushion sock surrounds your entire foot and shin with high-density cushioning. A reinforced heel and toe ensures durability. Elastic support around the arch of the Hike-Trek Merino Wool Boot Full Cushion sock and the invisible seam provided by ring toe construction enhance comfort. A wide-ribbed leg further ensures proper fit.

Sold in pairs, the Darn Tough Hike-Trek Merino Wool Boot Full Cushion sock is available in a wide array of colors and sizes. NOTE: The full contents of the Hike-Trek Merino Wool Boot Full Cushion sock is 69% Merino wool, 27% nylon and 4% Lycra spandex.

  • 69 percent Merino Wool, 27 percent Nylon, 4 percent Lycra Spandex
  • High density cushioning surrounds entire foot and shin
  • Custom shrink treated Merino wool
  • Ribbing above the ankle ensures a proper fit
  • Reinforced heel and toe
  • Elastic support around the arch
  • Ring toe construction for a comfortable, invisible seam
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Likes: Excellent wear

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - March 11, 2015

Likes: I liked basically everything about the socks: Fit great, don't make my feet hot, and dsn't bunch up at the heel. I've used various types of this same sock (full cushion, crew cushion, 1/4 sock, no-show, etc.) and all have lasted a long time through multiple washings and haven't lost their fit. Also made in USA (Vermont, I believe).

Dislikes: Nothing not to like, really, atlhough they're expensive for a pair of socks. It really is a "get what you pay for" sort of thing, though

Reviewed by Ray D. - December 29, 2014

Likes: fit & durability

Dislikes: nothing

Reviewed by Stephen B. - December 9, 2014

Likes: Fit and Quality

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Stephen F. - November 29, 2014

Likes: Love these socks and the warranty. Very cushiony and comfortable.

Dislikes: N/A

Reviewed by Darin F. - November 20, 2014

Likes: Comfortable and perfect for hiking.

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - March 13, 2014

Likes: The full cushion feature truly cushions and protects the whole foot. Great Guarantee

Dislikes: nothing

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - March 10, 2014

Likes: Lifetime Guarantee, Comfort and made in USA

Dislikes: nothing

Reviewed by Stephen B. - March 10, 2014

Likes: Unconditional Lifetime Guarantee.

Dislikes: ...

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - March 10, 2014

Likes: Purchased several pairs for myself and the family and we all agree...these socks are ultra-comfortable, well-constructed and very trail worthy.

Dislikes: What's not to like?

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - February 15, 2014