SmartWool Women's Hiking Medium Crew

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SmartWool Hiking Medium Crew
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"Nothing beats the Smartwool medium crew hiking socks. They keep my feet warm and dry in wet weather conditions while providing a super comfortable alternative to a cotton sock, and they have all the right padding in all the right places. Seriously, they’re amazing."

The Women's Hiking Medium Crew Sock by Smartwool. This all-purpose three-season outdoor sock was designed for rugged day hikes or moderate backpacking. Arch brace holds the sock in place and adds additional support. Flat-knit toe seam keeps you comfortable throughout the day.

FEATURES of the Smartwool Women's Hiking Medium Crew Sock.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Smartwool Women's Hiking Medium Crew Sock.

Fabric:

  • WOW Technology™ - additional Merino wool in high-impact and high-wear areas to help reduce shock and abrasion, while giving you longer lasting wool benefits.
  • 70% wool, 28% nylon, 1% spandex, 1% polyester
  • Knit in USA of 72% Merino Wool, 27% Nylon, 1% Elastane
  • Merino wool doesn't itch or shrink
  • Layered wool in high-impact zones for extra cushion
  • Merino wool wicks moisture away from the foot

Fit:

  • Large fits US Womens 10 - 12.5
  • Small fits US Womens 4 - 6.5
  • SmartWool® Fit System - sock that never bunches, slips, or binds - always stays in place.
  • Medium fits US Womens 7 - 9.5

Support and Cushioning:

  • Medium full-cushioned bottom

Ventilation:

  • Breathable SmartWool fibers

Weather and Wind:

  • Flat-knit toe seam eliminates annoying seam that rubs the tops of your toes

Sizing:

  • Sizing clearly indicated on the sock

Comfort:

  • Moisture management for all-day comfort
  • Wow technology in reinforced sole for maximum comfort and durability

Features:

  • 3 x 1 rib leg
  • By focusing on putting more SmartWool in high-impact and high-wear areas, it helps reduce shock and abrasion.  And make your feet feel cradled, no matter how long your adventure is.
  • Arch brace holds the sock in place to reduce bunching and blisters
  • Turn inside out to avoid pilling. Machine was on the gentle cycle with cool or lukewarm water using a mild, non-bleach detergent. If you prefer powdered detergent, make sure to dissolve it completely before adding. Machine dry on low or medium heat.
  • SW294
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The Hiking Medium Crew from Smartwool has a flat-knit side panel, medium, full-cushioned sole, and 3 x 1 rib leg make this offering rise above the crowd as you rise above the clouds. And a spandex-knit arch brace ensures all-day comfort for when you come back down.


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When you spend the whole day walking, a good pair of socks can mean the difference between an enjoyable hike and an agonizing, seemingly endless death-march. Smartwool designed the Women’s Medium Hiking Sock to cushion your feet and reduce the fatigue associated with all-day hikes.

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WOWT Technology in reinforced sole for maximum comfort and durability
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Also available for: Men, Kids
Cushioning:Medium Full Cushion
Height:Crew
Material:72% Merino Wool 27% Nylon 1% Elastic
Sock Height:Crew
Sock Thickness:Medium
Sock Type:Hike/Trek
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SmartWool Hiking Medium Crew Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These are my favorite hiking socks ever. They are the perfect amount of cush, the perfect height, and a baller material. They stay in place and I don't have to fuss with them during a hike, and they keep my feet warm without making me feel like they are going to catch on fire. These are my go-to hiking socks, but honestly I find any excuse to put them on-- super comfortable. Smartwool love!! And way to shake it up with the mineral color!!

amandaj at Backcountry.com on 01/28/2012

I have too damn many types of socks but these are the ones I've stuck with for years. I have one foot that's a little smaller than the other so I have to buy footwear that fits my large foot. These socks have just enough padding to soak up some of the extra room in my small foot shoe. They're really durable, they work in a wide temperature range and they hold their shape and compression.

Steve Chapman at Backcountry.com on 03/07/2012

It goes without saying that any smartwool sock is beyond fabulous. These are no exception. These make for a great sock to wear with your backpacking boots on long expiditions to just wearing them around the house when it's a bit cool. The mid rise is perfect for a higher rising boot and they don't fall down which is huge! Nothing is worse than constantly adjusting your socks on top of a mountain.

Crystal Russell at Backcountry.com on 11/20/2009

Best Ever

Went to Theme Park to enjoy Christmas lights and music. It was very cold. Everyone complained about their toes being numb or frozen. I stayed warm and cozy. I am so glad I purchased these socks. They are the best socks I have ever owned!!! Mt. Leconte in January here I come.
mountain hiker at Campmor on 12/12/2013

My wife and I started buying Smartwool socks last year and have been buying them since. This is the midweight version and helps with some extra cushioning and warmth. Wicks moisture well and does not get too hot. Very comfortable socks and well made. Are not as durable as I would prefer.

Gone Fishing at Backcountry.com on 12/28/2010

These socks are super soft compared to our Bridgedale and Lorpen socks. The stitching is nice and tight and it looks well made. Little signs of wearing along the top of the toes and heal, so will see the durablity of these socks in time, especially after Everest basecamp.

Louis Fleming at Backcountry.com on 12/10/2011

Love that Smartwool!

Great price for great socks. I live in Smartwool all winter and even wear dressy ones in the summer. Seem to be on large size even tho I am in middle of size range but this is fine since I am wearing in roomy winter boots.
Farmer Laura at Campmor on 12/12/2011

I have been getting these socks for several years now. No complaints except I wish they would last forever. They are comfortable and my feet feel sooooo goood in them. I get various styles and all are well constructed and wash well.

higp346352 at Backcountry.com on 01/15/2013

These socks have thick cushioning which is awesome on long hikes(and long days at work),and they keep feet dry and comfortable. A word of warning,if your hiking boots/shoes are already a snug fit,these socks will probably make them too tight to wear.

Kat C at Backcountry.com on 01/02/2012

I love these socks!

I love these socks and own several pairs in various degrees of warmth. I have Raynaud's disease and these socks are the only ones that really keep my feet warm in the cold, winter weather. They last really well, too.
Pam at Campmor on 01/01/2012

Neutral Reviews:

These socks are real comfortable, but they wear out too fast in the heal and bottom of the big toe area.

Fernando Octavio Brendinberger at Backcountry.com on 03/18/2010