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  • Teko M3RINO.XC Light Ski Sock - Women's 3/4 Back
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  • Teko M3RINO.XC Light Ski Sock - Women's Jet/Cranberry
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  • Teko M3RINO.XC Light Ski Sock - Women's Jet/Cranberry

Teko M3RINO.XC Light Ski Sock - Women's

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    Rockin' socks.

    Socks are just socks, until they're made of high-quality merino wool and knit in Italy much like Teko's M3RINO.XC Women's Light Ski Socks. The merino wool is warm and itch-free, and it provides sensitivity in precise fitting ski boots while the strategic cushioning provides extra protection for your shins, insteps, and arches.

    • Merino wool blend
    • Antimicrobial
    • Moisture wicking and breathable
    • Medium shin and underfoot cushioning
    • Mesh ventilation
    • Item #TKO001H

    Tech Specs

    Material
    57% M3RINO.XC, 40% nylon, 3% elastic
    Height
    over-the-calf
    Weight
    lightweight
    Cushion
    medium
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Not Recommended

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large

    These are the only merino wool socks I've ever had that aren't soft, and I've tried every brand out there, having worked in the industry. My feet get clammy in them even on frigid days. I just don't think this is high quality. Would not order again. If you want comfortable socks, I'd stick with Icebreaker, (which runs large IMO,) Bridgedale, or Darn Tough.