Eastern Mountain Sports Fast Mountain Wick Dry Liner Socks

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Eastern Mountain Sports Fast Mountain Wick Dry Liner Socks - Fast Mountain Wick Dry liners keep your feet drier - they provide an extra layer of protection between your skin and your socks.

Fiber Content: 92% recycled polyester, 6% nylon, 2% spandex.
Country of Origin: Imported

Lining and Layers:

  • Designed to be worn as a base layer under athletic socks


  • Made from 92% recycled polyester, 6% nylon, 2% spandex


  • Wicks moisture away from skin and dries quickly


  • Help resist odors and prevent blisters
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Eastern Mountain Sports Fast Mountain Wick Dry Liner Socks Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Safe from blisters

I'm a larger than average active woman and I enjoy walking and hiking and other outdoor activities. The only think that stopped me from going the distance that I wanted to achieve was blisters, until I got these sock liners. I've used them about a half dozen times while walking briskly for exercise, hiking - training for 3k's and mountain biking. My feet stayed cooler than normal, no hot spots and even though my shoe moved around a bit, no blisters! I feel confident with these liners coupled either with wool socks or synthetic multi-sport socks, that I can go the distance without the discomfort that I previously had without them. Great product!
hefty hiker at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 05/05/2011

so far, great

On me (5'8", 30" inseam) these liners come up to just below the knees. The elastic content almost guarantees that they'll cling to my feet and provide a surface that slides against the outer sock. These socks do that tenfold better than the smartwool liner socks at half the price. I walk a five mile route with hills 2-3 times per week with a 35-39 lb pack. The short term verdict on these socks is 5*.

The jury is still out on durability. More on that later, if I remember.
KnowWhentoFold at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2013

Stretchy and Smooth

These are my favorite liner socks. I wear them all year, except when it's really hot. They keep my feet comfortable and drier in the winter and cooler in the warmer months. They make nice night socks in the winter, too. Since they can be stretched to your knees, they'll fit under any height sock and they retain their shape very well after months of daily use. They also seem very durable and the toe seam is imperceptible.
Snowman at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2012

Terrific Recycled Product

This product enables me to put ointments on my aging drying feet and go to sleep without worrying about messing up my bedsheets.

I live in the Western Desert area where the air is dry and requires me to moisturize parts of my body.

I use this product also as a barrier to mosturize my feet and wear an outer sock when walking or hiking.
Pop-Pop at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 04/04/2010

Fit well, keep away moisture

I've worn these sock liners under other socks, and they keep the moisture down better than any kind of sock I've tried (wool, wool blend, etc.). They look small, but stretch when you put them on. Even when I wash them, they come out of the washer pretty much dry. So there's no reason to put them in the dryer- if you do they'll probably shrink.
Adam at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2009

Good Sock for my use.

I walk all day and use these with my regular work socks as a wicking liner. I have had no problems with them and as far as I am concerned these liners are great for what I use them for.
Hope Valley Hiker at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2007

Just Right

Ideally thin but well woven as liner socks for a dry suit. These tube socks will insulate my feet when in the suit booties and still be thin enough to fit into outer boots. Just Right!
bart at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2012

I swear by these

I always wear these, especially on longer hikes. From 10-20 miles with full packs, I've never gotten a blister with these worn under regular hiking socks. Seem to wear pretty well too.
Get out There at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 06/06/2012

Good value

Bought these based on price. They seemed at first to be thicker than other liners I have which concerned me but these worked fine. Comfortable. Ample length.
Tenderfoot at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2012

Just right

Exactly what wicking liners are supposed to be: inexpensive, lightweight, and wicking. Pair 'em with some nice wool socks and you can't go wrong.
bobthecow at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2013

Negative Reviews:

Works well but hard to clean

These liners work great as liners, and I'm happy with that aspect of the product. However, I've washed them 2-3 times with the rest of my clothes, and unlike the rest of the laundry these liners remain dirty (by both sight AND smell). If they cleaned properly I would buy more of these in a heartbeat. As they do not, I will have to try another brand.
Chris S at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2013

Too rough & short. EMS's gone downhill.

I thought these were the same as the pairs I bought about 10 years ago from EMS, back when I lived in Massachusetts. WRONG. The 'new' sock are a rougher weave and shorter. They don't work at all for me. I'm sick of the way formally great, reliable companies are cutting their quality. I won't order again from EMS.
Margi the disappointed at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2007

Not for me

used wool socks alone, no problems. tried these socks with wool socks and got hot spots
hike+bike nh at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2010