Wigwam Outlast Weather Shield Crew Length Outdoor Adult Socks. Fully cushioned. True fit leg and top. Outlast fiber balances the temperature of your feet. Never too hot nor too cold. Foot hugging fit. Seamless toe closure
Sold and priced per 6 pairs of socks of the same size and color.
Made in the USA.
- Crew length
- Outlast® fiber balances the temperature of your feet, never too hot or too cold
- Cushioned sole
- Stay put leg and top
- Foot hugging fit and comfort
- Seamless toe closure
A sock that extends beyond ankle length, but not beyond the largest part of the calf. Typically 9" to 12" in length.
Made of Outlast® Acrylic, 22% Stretch Nylon, 21% Wool, 8% Stretch Polyester, 6% Polyproplene, 1% Spandex
Outlast® is a PCM or Phase Change Material that is combined with acrylic fibers or viscose rayon fibers. The PCM is able to absorb extra heat generated by the human body when it is too warm and releases heat from the human body when it is too cold. Thus it serves as a temperature regulating material. Ideal for use in socks where the person wearing them is engaged in active pursuits. Its properties also reduce perspiration.
Continuous nylon filaments that are crimped and heat set to provide elasticity. Due to the relatively high level of elasticity imparted to nylon after it is crimped and heat set, it is very commonly utilized to make stretch socks in combination with other yarns.
The original, easy care fiber. The crimp in the wool fiber causes it to act like a tiny spring, but coils back to its original position. It features inherent qualities such as wrinkle resistance, colorfastness, shape recovery (resilience) and it breathes with your body. It can be knit in various weights to provide increasing levels of insulation for every temperature. Wool yarn, when knit into a thicker sock, tends to be bulky and lofty. Air becomes entrapped and it becomes an ideal insulator. Wools socks also keep feet drier because wool absorbs as much as 30% of its own weight in moisture before it begins to feel damp.
Hydrophobic (water-repelling) fiber that is known for its durability and is extremely colorfast for vivid coloration.
A superior, water-repelling fiber that won't accept moisture. It is used alone or with absorbent outer layers that work together to wick moisture away from your body. It is very strong and has the lowest specific gravity (lightest) of any man-made fiber. It is also stain-resistant and colorfast. The company that developed this fiber won the Nobel Prize.
A man-made fiber with elastic properties that is often used in place of rubber. Used with other fibers, it provides elasticity, recovery, and close fit, primarily in the legs of socks to hold them in place and in the arch and ankle to provide extra support.
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**BECAUSE DYE LOTS VARY, WE CANNOT GUARANTEE COLOR MATCHING ON ALL SHIPMENTS**
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M. KUNTZ (Alberta) on November 18, 2010
Awesome socks. If you're ordering the 'black' you should know they are less black and more dark grey.