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Dexshell Trekking Sock

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Dexshell Socks - Trekking

The Trekking waterproof sock from Dexshell is highly waterproof and highly breathable. With an inherently mositure wicking performance inner, and a mid weight Merino wool terry loop cushioned pad from toe to heel, this sock will keep your feet warm, dry and comfortable all day. A great sock that is suitable for trekking, hiking, and dog walking. If your feet feel the cold, try the Dexshell Trekking Merino sock - it has a great thermal rating.

Key features at a glance:

  • Highly waterproof
  • Highly breathable
  • Moisture wicking performance inner
  • Merino wool terry loop cushioned pad from toe to heel


Outer sock: 96% nylon, 3% elastane, 1% cuff elastics

Interlining: Porelle membrane

Inner Sock: 40% merino wool, 40% anti-pilling acrylic, 20% nylon

Colour: Black with Olive Green Stripe

Sizes: S (UK 3-5), M (UK6-8), L (9-11), XL (12-14)



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