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Built to move moisture away from the foot and dry quickly, the Darn Tough Run-Bike Merino Wool No-Show Light Cushion sock offers a thin, supportive low-cut option for trail runners and hikers. Backed by an incredible lifetime guarantee, the Run-Bike Merino Wool No-Show Light Cushion sock is ready for long runs or fast and light hiking in hot and humid temperatures.
Darn Tough takes knitting very seriously. All Darn Tough socks are manufactured in Northfield, Vermont, as they have been for the last 30-plus 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 socks you have ever owned" you can return them for your money back!
The Run-Bike Merino Wool No-Show Light Cushion sock utilizes seamless, lightweight construction, which offers varying levels of material without bulky seams. This helps prevent chafing and offers a smooth fit that won’t bunch up inside your shoe. A reinforced heel and toe ensures durability and elastic support around the arch of the Run-Bike Merino Wool No-Show Light Cushion sock, and the invisible toe seam, provided by ring toe construction, enhances comfort. Low ribbing at the ankle further ensures proper fit and an ergonomic cut sits just below the ankle bone.
Sold in pairs, the Darn Tough Run-Bike Merino Wool No-Show Light Cushion sock is available in a variety of colors and sizes. NOTE: The full contents of the Run-Bike Merino Wool No-Show Light Cushion sock is 51% Merino wool, 45% nylon and 4% Lycra spandex.
- 51% Merino wool, 45% Nylon, 4% Lycra Spandex
- Custom shrink-treated Merino wool
- Lightly cushioned on the bottom
- Seamless construction helps eliminate chafing
- Snug fit won’t bunch up in your shoe
- Ribbing at ankle holds sock in place
- Low, ergonomic cut at ankle sits just below ankle bone