Sealskinz Walking Mid Length Sock

 

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Sealskinz Waterproof Sock

Sealskinz Walking Mid Length Sock is the classic Thin Mid Weight Sock, renamed and restyled. Still fully waterproof and breathable, the Walking Mid Length Sock is ideal where warmth is not an issue, but comfort and dryness are. Great for trail running (or normal running)  in wet conditions.

  • MATERIAL
  • 62% Polypropylene/ 29% Nylon / 9% elastane
  • Hydrophilic Membrane
  • 36% Merino Wool, 36% Acrylic, 18% Polyester, 5% Nylon, 5% Elastane
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  • Constructed with our proprietary Stretchdry waterproof, breathable and windproof technology
  • Our lightest waterproof sock, ideal for warm wet days
  • Our new soft touch polyropylene outer fabric gived you a softer shell with the same hard wearing properties you've come to expect from us
  • Merino wool lining for moisture control and comfort
  • Elasticated ankle and instep offers additional support
  • Y-gore heel construction provides a secure comfortable fit
  • Hand link toe closure, creates a flast seam to preven rubbing

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