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Teko Mid Hike Sock

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Teko Merino Mid Hike Socks

The Teko Mid Hike sock is a medium weight sock that's perfect for moderate hill walking and mountaineering or for cold conditions.  Made from a wool, polyamide mix these socks will keep your feet warm whilst wicking away any moisture.  Designed with a seamless toe, achilles wrap system and anatomical Y-heel, these socks will fit your feet perfectly.  Plus for peace of mind, the Teko hiking socks come with a lifetime guarantee against fault of manufacture.

Key features at a glance:

  • Superfine Merino wool fibers dry & evaporate moisture quickly
  • Merino fiber to help regulate your temperature
  • Medium cushioning around the whole foot
  • Seamless toe and anatomical Y-heel
  • Achilles Wrap System 

Material: 74% Merino wool, 25% Polyamide, 1% Elastic

Colour: Charcoal Red, Purple

Size: M (5-7.5 ), L (8-10.5)

Washing: Machine wash at 30 degrees celsius inside-out, then air or tumble dry


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