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Horizon Merino Hike Walking Sock - Khaki Marl/Purple

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Horizon Merino Hike Walking Sock - Khaki Marl/Purple

The Horizon Merino Hike sock is a three season boot length sock designed for its great comfort and support.  This is an ideal sock for hiking and lighter weight performance sock.  The extra-fine Merino wool adds extra warmth and comfort and the classic ribbed leg designed provides plenty of grip and support.  The added Lycra ensures a perfect fit and reduces unnecessary abrasion. A lovely hiking sock for all your activities.

Key features at a glance:

  • High Merino wool content
  • Reinforced heel & toe
  • Fully cushioned sole
  • Lycra for shape retntion and fit
  • Elastic grip section
  • Fine toe seam
  • Two-tone

Material Content:  64% Merino wool, 33% Nylon, 3% Lycra® elastane

Sizes: 6-8.5

Colour: Khaki Marl/Lime

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