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Midweight Hiker Crew Grey/Green

$17.00
|  Style H50329

Constructed with a blend of Merino wool, nylon and mesh, our midweight hiker can handle the cool mornings as well as the warm afternoons.


 
 

Constructed with Merino wool which provides an uncompromising fit, reinforced nylon stitching for durability and mesh knitting for breathability, our midweight hiker is the perfect balance of warmth when needed and breathability when demanded.

Features
  • Heel, toe, and underfoot cushioning for comfort while hiking any distance
  • Merino wool for premium comfort. Additional elastic yarn for a perfect and snug fit
  • Reinforced with nylon for friction resistance
  • Flat lock toe to prevent irritation
  • Open mesh knitting for superior breathability
  • Merino Wool 70%, Nylon 15%, Stretch Nylon 10%, Elastane LYCRA® 5%

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DannerHiker Mid Weight Crew Socks
 
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1.0

If it's not broke don't fix it

By Matt

from KS

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Pros

    Cons

    • Runs small too tight
    • shrinks too easily
    • Too thin

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      Comments about Danner Hiker Mid Weight Crew Socks:

      Over the past 35 years, I have tried many of the best hiking and hunting socks, including SmartWool, J.B. Fields, WigWam, etc. Previously, my favorite mid-weight hiking sock was the Danner Siskiyou, which was a true mid-weight with adequate padding and high wool content. I bought a pair of these new "replacements" for myself and my girl friend. They fall far short of Siskiyou: too thin, too tight in places with the various panels, shrink too easily when only washed in cold with Woolite and hang dried. These should be classified as a LIGHT hiking sock. Danner hiking socks went from being the best medium weight socks I have to the worst I have in one fail swoop. I would buy some of the others, like the Pronghorn, but these are now showing "Merino-Acrylic blend" of 70%, when I require at least 70% Merino wool content necessary to prevent blisters, wick away moisture, and for a wide temperature comfort range (the synthetics can never equal wool). Danner needs to take their socks back where they were a couple of years back. If it's not broke, don't fix it!

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      1.0

      Unsatisfied

      By Size 14

      from Cleveland, Ohio

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

        Cons

        • Not thick enough on soles
        • Too tight on calf
        • Too Tight on front ankle

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          Comments about Danner Hiker Mid Weight Crew Socks:

          Just glad i only got one pair to test them out. I also previously purchased the Danner Siskiyou socks, and love those. These looked like a replacement pair and I am for the first time unsatisfied with these pair of socks. Bring back the perfect Danner Siskiyou. I have a pair years old that have been washed warm, cold and hot and have been dried by camp fire, drying machine on hot and air dried. They still are far better than these socks brand mew.

           
          5.0

          Better than Smartwool

          By Happy in my Danner socks

          from Portland, Oregon

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                Comments about Danner Hiker Mid Weight Crew Socks:

                I walk alot. City and country. I love that these socks fit well, and stay in place. I especially love how long they have lasted without wearing thin, or getting holes. I usually wear lightweight Smartwool socks. They're comfortable, but don't last nearly as long.

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