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Take on both the cold and rain with the original waterproof sock. The perfect mix of waterproofness and breathability, the Waterproof Cold Weather Mid Length Socks are an ideal choice for keeping your feet dry and warm while cycling, hunting, commuting, working outside, fishing or hiking.
Wet feet can lead to all sorts of not-so-good things outdoors, including numbness, blisters, and frostbite. Our Waterproof Cold Weather Mids will keep you dry and warm in leaky waders, through stream crossings, and in rain, snow, and mud. Around the clock protection, we like to think that every person should keep a pair in their pack—just in case.
Finer than traditional wool with tiny overlapping scales that case each fibre, these scales are hydrophobic (water repellent). Inside it's a different story, the fibre core is hydrophilic (highly absorbant). Merino is therefore a wicking fibre and can absorb and release 10 times more moisture than synthetics. Each fibre can absorb up to one third of its own weight in moisture without feeling clammy or wet to the touch. In our socks and gloves, the moisture is then wicked through the membrane to keep you feeling warm and dry
The perfect barrier between you and the most challenging wet weather. Our products are developed in such a way as to give 100% waterproof protection whilst being incredibly breathable and dexterous. Add in varying layers of insulation means we can offer waterproof products for all climates.
The mid length is our staple sock which is perfect for all activities that require equal warmth, breathability and protection
This product is rated 3 which offers the perfect balance of warmth and breathability
This product qualifies for our Lifetime Stretchdry Guarantee
Wash At 40C/105F, Low Tumble Dry, Do Not Dry Clean, Do Not Iron, Do Not Bleach
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