Goodhew San Fran Cable 3-pk

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Goodhew San Fran Cable 3-pk
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Put a new twist on your casual style with the Goodhew San Fran Cable sock, offered in a pre-pack of three pairs. Soft and durable, this non-cushion women's crew sock is made from a yarn blend of "Cashmerino" Merino wool, rayon from bamboo, stretch nylon, and spandex throughout to ensure a stays-put fit inside shoes and boots. The Goodhew San Fran Cable crew sock is proudly crafted in the U.S.
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There are many cities and many types of socks in the world, but the city by the bay and the Goodhew Women’s San Fran Cable Socks are unique. Classy looks put it in the same category as other cable-knit socks, but the blend of stretchy, moisture-wicking fibers made from sustainable sources put the San Frans in a class all alone.
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These socks are great! They're very soft (to the touch and too your toes) and comfortable. They're thin, so they don't make shoes feel tight at all, yet they are extremely warm.
I would not hesitate to purchase another pair of Goodhew San Fran Cable socks!

bob4290602 at Backcountry.com on 01/10/2011

After getting one pair, I had to have more - picked up one in each color! This is a great sock, nice and lightweight but still surprisingly warm and comfortable. At this price, you can't beat it.

Catherine at Backcountry.com on 11/18/2011

They are REALLY pretty and comfortable. Subtle cable knit pattern. Soft. They are thinner than I expected thoguh. Would still recommend.

anm3360453 at Backcountry.com on 01/25/2011