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From weeklong backpacking adventures to quick day hikes, do a good thing for your feet with the KEEN Women's Olympus Lite Crew Sock. Strategic cushioning and support areas take the sting out of rugged terrain while the seamless toe construction prevents the socks from bunching up in the front of your boots.

  • Blend of wool, nylon, and other fabrics controls moisture and is comfy against skin
  • Dura-Zone High-Tenacity nylon fibers in the heel and toe enhance durability and comfort
  • Contour arch support improves comfort on long hikes
  • Heel Hold Cup construction provides a secure and natural fit
  • Strategic impact cushioning takes the sting out of rough terrain
  • Seamless toe enhances comfort and eliminates bunching
  • Left-foot and right-foot design gives you a perfect fit
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Nice so far!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I've been on the quest to find the perfect sock... Not sure it exists but I've found a few that come close - and after about 6 months of use this pair tops that list.

The material of these socks is very nice and light. They clearly wick moisture well. I like how thin they are (yet they seem very durable) because thin means less bunching and less room to rub on boots!

I love the left and right sock fit because it means there again is less room for bunching in the toe - I mean it makes sense, your feet are opposite, why aren't our socks?!

The lack of a seam on the top of the foot is one of the things that intrigued me the most about these socks - frequently this is a problem area for me and I look forward to seeing how this helps over long rugged hikes. There is a small seem on the bottom of the foot running perpendicular to your toes - we'll see how that feels in the long run.

Overall they seem like very nice socks and might be underrated as you never hear much about them...

Even if Keen boots/shoes don't work well for you (they don't fit me all that well) don't be afraid to give the socks a shot.