Last summer before my Moose hunt I went looking for good socks as I was going to be putting quite a few KM on foot. We recently bought several pair for our 7 year old, who keeps putting holes in his socks. I will add that thick is not necessarily better. Ive been eye balling socks lately at Marks Work warehouse- bough a few pairs, but id like more thicker cushion on the heel and bottoms, almost time to try a few more out as the snows almost all gone.. I'm looking for a sock to keep my feet dry and comfortable and definitely not looking for warmth. They're the only sock company I've heard of that has a lifetime guarantee AND has a product that is comfortable enough that you'd want to take em up on it.
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Basspro shop's wool sock, thy have a lifetime warrenty. For now it would have to be carhart. They seem to do the trick and if you wreck them in any way just return them for a brand new pair. Spent the weekend packing in my Smart Wools, but passing through Bozeman I picked up a pair of the DT in the to try on the my Beartooth hike in a couple weeks. Socks, like many other clothing items can be a personal preference and what works the best for the way you were built. I bought a bunch of main brand performance socks like adidas climalite, nike and filas and for some reason they do the opposite and I sweat in them all the time.
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They're made for hiking, but I wear them pretty much all of the time that I'm not wearing sandals. Dec 17, Oddometer: I will hop on the costco kirklands wool socks bandwagon. I may have to try these I've used Smartwool and other brands and they all wear out at the heel eventually for me, at least. Advertised as hiking sox and really warm like long johns.
This holds true in waders as well. They might honor your warranty, but clearly you set out to abuse the privilege of benefiting from it. As it turns out, they no longer make my old reel. I used to get Workforce tm white crew socks from Sears that were knit from "Turbo Hi-bulk Orlon" that you couldn't hole with a marlin spike and were cheap, too. I can't tell the difference. Only time I can remember trying to return for replacement was with a Pelican MityLite, a small pocket flashlight.