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Acadia Over-Calf Mojave Midweight

$17.00
|  Style H50301

Merino wool military sock.


 
 

Merino wool military sock.

Features
  • Moisture-wicking and itch free Merino wool
  • Ventilation channels and mesh allow foot to breathe
  • Toe and heel fully reinforced with nylon for high friction resistance
  • Merino-Acrylic 70%, Stretch Nylon 12%, Nylon 12%, Lycra┬« 6%
Socks Sizing
  • Youth Medium fits Youth 12-2.5
  • Youth Large fits Youth 3-6
  • Small fits Women's 4-6
  • Medium fits Men's 5-8.5, Women's 6.5-10
  • Large fits Men's 9-12, Women's 10.5-12
  • X-Large fits Men's 12.5-15


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DannerAcadia Mojave Mid Weight Over Calf Socks
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

Best Socks Ever!

By Todd G

from Redmond, Oregon

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Warm and dry

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Everyday work socks

    Comments about Danner Acadia Mojave Mid Weight Over Calf Socks:

    I got a mild case of frostbite in my toes about 20 years ago and have had a hard time keeping my feet warm in the winter ever since. I still work in the severe cold and summer heat and this is the first pair of socks that worked with my insulated and/or waterproof boots to keep my feet warm and dry. I've tried other brands of wool socks, but none of them compete. These socks are worth their weight in gold and the money spent. These socks still stay up on my calf after multiple washes, unlike other brands that don't after the first wash.

     
    4.0

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    By Marine

    from HI

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Don't slide down
    • Dry
    • Durable Lasting
    • Fit well
    • Sweat resistant

    Cons

    • A little itchy

    Best Uses

    • Marine Corps

    Comments about Danner Acadia Mojave Mid Weight Over Calf Socks:

    Bought 3 then 6 pair a few months ago. Because I'm in the Marine Corps I'm limited to what I can wear based of sock color (Black, Brown, or Green) and availability. I use them every day walking around in Hawaii (though they would be better for temperate climates) and in the field; this includes elements like rain and shine in a reasonably humid environment; during training. They're worth the money because they fit well, I still manage to keep comfortably cool in them, and sweat is reduced to a minimum. Plus they are made more of wool than cotton so they stay pretty dry even when you do sweat.

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