Swiftwick Pursuit One Ultralight Socks (Heather Grey) (M)

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Swiftwick Pursuit One Ultralight Socks will be your adventure companion for year-round performance. Experience one of nature’s finest fibers, Merino Wool. Their wool is soft against your skin and naturally moves moisture away from your feet while regulating temperature, so you stay cool in the summer, warm in the winter, and dry all year long. The Ultralight fits comfortably into lightweight technical shoes for a barely-there feeling. These socks are perfect for all of your favorite outdoor activities, like running, cycling, or golf, for comfortable year-round wear.

Features:

  • Ultralight footbed complements lightweight technical shoes for a barely-there feeling.
  • Natural Merino Wool moves moisture away from your feet, keeping them dry and blister-free.
  • Year-round temperature control keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer.
  • Thin channeled upper provides ventilation and increased breathability.
  • Reinforced heel and toe improve durability in abrasion prone areas so you stay protected and your socks last longer.
  • Seamless toe box eliminates any friction around your toes for a comfortable fit.
  • One (Ankle) cuff height rises just above the ankle for additional support and protection in shoes with a higher back.
  • One Pair
  • Fabric: 46% Merino Wool / 27% Nylon / 18% Olefin / 9% Spandex

Specifications:
Season: Warm Weather
Cuff Height: 0 - 2.5"
Material: Wool/Merino
Visibility: -
Color: Grey

This product was added to our catalog on September 8, 2020

Men Shoe
Size (US)
Women Shoe
Size (US)
EU Shoe
Size
S3 - 5.55 - 7.535 - 38
M6 - 9.58 - 9.539 - 42
L10 - 1210 - 1243 - 45
XL12.5 - 1512.5 - 1546 - 48

Note: All measurements are provided by the manufacturer and may vary depending on how measurements are acquired.