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Trail Sport Lightweight Merino Cool Comfort Sock
The next time you head out on a warm-weather trail run, pull on the Bridgedale Trail Sport Lightweight Merino Cool Comfort Sock. It's made with a soft merino wool blend and features targeted cushioning to give you plenty of next-to-skin comfort, along with lots of breathability courtesy of the integrated ventilation throughout the sock. Merino wool also brings along some natural breathability of its own, to go along with its moisture wicking and anti-odor performance. An elasticated arch and 3D-shaped heel cup keep your foot supported and your sock in place, while Bridgedale's Thermo Fit process returns the sock to its original shape after every wash.
- Light and comfortable sock for quick runs in warm weather
- Soft cushioning adds impact absorption and lots of comfort
- Sculpted ventilation keeps your feet cool on hot days
- Merino blend wicks moisture, regulates temperature, and won't stink
- Supportive arch and shaped heel give your sock an ideal fit
- Thermo Fit process keeps sock from losing its shape in the wash
- Flat Toe seams reduce bulk and irritation
- Item #GAR005X
- 42% nylon, 28% merino wool, 28% polypropylene, 2% elastane
- Recommended Use
- trail running
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 3 years
What do you think about this product?
July 15, 2020
Best hiking / trail running socks
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 6` 3"
- 185 lbs
I've had 3 pairs of these that I've been alternating for the last 6 years. They're just starting to show a bit of wear in the heels. I've used them on multiple 20–30 mile death marches, in places like the White Mountains and the Tetons, and at the end of the day my feet are usually the one part of me that feels fine. I wear running shoes with a lot of mesh, and at stream crossings just clomp through the water. Usually within 20 minutes, I can't even tell that the socks had been wet. I've used SmartWool socks in the past. These have typically gotten holes in them after 1 season. I'm just really pleased with Bridgedale all around. I also have midweight and heavyweight boot socks by them, for use in mountaineering boots and winter climbing boots. These don't get as many hard miles as the lightweight ones, but still ... I think I have some that are 20 years old, and they look practically new. I don't think I've had to retire a pair of Bridgedales yet.
August 11, 2019
Failed on first run
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Admittedly, the run was a 100k+ trail run in mountainous terrain, but by 31 miles, one big toe had gone through the end of the sock and by 51 miles I had holes in both socks. Not what I had expected for the price.