Goodhew Montrose Socks

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Goodhew Montrose Socks
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Athletic-grade performance comes in a handsome, everyday package with the U.S.-made Goodhew Montrose sock. Featuring a high percentage of classic Merino wool, this odor-resistant men's crew sock keeps you warm in the winter, cool in the summer; waffle-stitch panels enhance breathability, as spandex throughout delivers a snug, slip-resistant fit. The Goodhew Montrose sock is offered in a handy bundle of three different-color pairs and also includes arch support, a reinforced heel and a flat toe seam to prevent chafing.
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Work your way up in the office or up the mountain trail after you put on the Goodhew Montrose Sock. Its formal dark style makes your feet look great propped up on your boss’s desk, and the Montrose’s arch supports and stretch nylon fabric give your feet the comfort and power they need to climb steep, muddy trails.
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Great socks. If you are looking for nice socks, go with merino wool and you won't go wrong. These socks disappeared the first time they went in the wash and no one knows where they have gone. Sounds like BS to me. That says something about how nice they are. These are the most comfortable socks i own, but with that said they are wearing more quickly than i would like. Also, i know BC.com has them listed as a midweight sock but imo they are quite lightweight.

Michael Swider at Backcountry.com on 01/21/2011

Comfortable and lightweight. Not a backpacking sock, but great for general wear and day hikes. I don't know what else I would say about a sock other than I like them.

morgan.kellogg2397179 at Backcountry.com on 01/25/2011

These socks are great. If you haven't tried merino socks yet, do it now! Great cushion, keep your feet dry, warm or cool, depending on conditions.

MattPebley at Backcountry.com on 03/10/2010

These will get you to the office with toasty toes, but are not too bulky fit into those dress shoes.

Lisa B. at Backcountry.com on 12/19/2010