Wigwam Socks: Trail Mix Fusion Merino Wool Hiker Socks F1400 10E
Ingenius may be the wrong spelling (of course you knew that), but it's the right word to describe the clever invention that is the Wigwam (formerly Ingenius) Trail Mix Fusion F1400 10E Hiker Sock.
Made right here in America, this patented creation is the first liner sock and outer sock knit together as one piece of fabric. Hey-no rubbing between sock layers! The inside layer is made of Olefin, which adds shrink-resistance and refuses to absorb any moisture. Instead, perspiration passes right through the fabric and is absorbed by the outer layer, made of 65% Merino Wool. This means it's exceptionally soft (that no-itch wool, you know), warm, and stretchable to move with you. And remember that wool keeps its insulation qualities even when wet. It can absorb up jt 30% of its weight in moisture without feeling damp!
Your comfort is assured with features like the Lin-Toe closure that leaves no irritating ridge on the toe seam inside or outside of the sock. And while the sole has extra cushioning for shock absorption while you're skittering down a mountain, the arch panel is elasticized to provide ultimate stretch for a great fit.
So the next time you think "Ingenious!", think of those Wigwam Wizards and their Grey Merino Wool F1400 10E Hiking Socks. We've got a pair waiting for you!
Size's Manufactured: Large
Detailed Product Specifications
Arch Fit System, Moisture-Wicking, Seamless Toe