Striking a balance between lightweight design and rugged durability the Darn Tough Men’s Heady Stripe Micro Crew Light Cushion sock has a 3/4 length cut that is ideal for hikers and backpackers. True seamless construction cuts down on hot spots and an incredible lifetime guarantee allows you to hit the trail with confidence.
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 stitches-per-square-inch ratio ensures 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 Men’s Heady Stripe Micro Crew Light Cushion sock provides the sole of your foot with comfortable seamless cushioning. A reinforced heel and toe bolsters durability. Elastic support around the arch of the sock and the invisible seam provided by ring toe construction enhance comfort.
Sold in pairs the Darn Tough Men’s Heady Stripe Micro Crew Light Cushion sock is available in a wide array of colors and sizes. NOTE: The full contents of the sock are 48% Merino wool 45% nylon and 7% Lycra spandex.
- Sold in pairs
- 48% Merino wool, 45% Nylon, 7% Lycra spandex
- Light and strong with “just enough” cushioning
- Seamless construction
- Custom shrink treated merino wool
- Made in Vermont
- Lifetime guarantee
Best Use Backpacking, Hiking, Casual
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