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Women's Ski/Ride Sock Coral Small

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  • Made in the USA: Vermont
  • Materials: 100% fine-gauge Merino wool
  • Care: Machine wash in warm water on gentle cycle with socks inside-out. Do not bleach. Tumble dry on low. Do not dry clean
  • Made for a Lifetime
  • Built for performance: No slipping, bunching, blisters, or hot spots
  • Merino wool naturally regulates temperature
  • Fine gauge knitting and high stitch count provides a foot hugging fit
  • Moisture-wicking—naturally pulls moisture away from skin and dries fast
  • Naturally anti-microbial to repel bacteria and odor Sizing Information:
  • Small: Fits sizes 4.5 - 7
  • Medium: Fits sizes 7.5 - 9.5
  • Large: Fits sizes 10 - 11.5

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Made for a Lifetime
Made in the USA

Women's Ski/Ride Sock Coral Small

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All-performance socks made of fine gauge Merino wool for highly breathable, itch-free, next-to-skin comfort. Perfectly designed for skiing and board riding.
Made for a Lifetime
Made in the USA

Also from Darn Tough Vermont

Ben Winther

Guaranteed for life. Now that’s something you don’t hear very often, especially when it comes to your socks. But a lifetime guarantee is exactly what you get when you purchase a pair of Darn Tough Vermont Socks. These vibrantly colored, form-fitting socks are made of fine gauge Merino wool and are uniquely designed to withstand whatever your feet put them through.

With 1441 stitches per square inch (more than any other sock on the market), Darn Tough Vermont Socks are made to last with quality and care in the Green Mountains of Vermont by Cabot Hosiery Mills, the last remaining sock manufacturer in New England.

Ric Cabot, third generation owner of the mill, takes the business of socks seriously and plays a key role in testing prototypes. He doesn't just talk the talk, he walks the sock—wearing one pair for three weeks straight without a single wash to ensure it can hold up under even the most rugged conditions.

These socks aren't just darn tough, they're darn comfortable. We hope that you and your feet agree.