60% Fine Merino Wool Men’s Health Sock® (Style 86C)

$16.82

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5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Product Description

A fine, smooth fitting business or travelling sock carefully created from fine, long fibre merino wool which makes them ideal for any climate as they keep feet warm in winter and cool in summer. The fine merino wool keeps feet warm and comfortable in this lightweight sock which will fit in any shoe. Extra nylon reinforcing will give longer wear. A Health Sock® with no tight elastic top. (Patterned versions of this sock are Style 85C.)

No matter where your travels take you, you can be confident your socks can keep up, as they are lightweight and will dry quickly after washing.

Additional Information

Size

Men’s Regular (7 – 10), Regular (Ladies 8 – 11, Men’s 7 – 10), King (Men’s 10 – 13)

Colour

Antelope, Black, Black Brown, Bone, Charcoal, Dark Olive, Light Grey, Mid Khaki, Navy, Red

Style No.

86C

Contents

60% Fine Merino Wool, 38% Nylon, 2% Elastane

2 reviews for 60% Fine Merino Wool Men’s Health Sock® (Style 86C)

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    My husband gets tinea but these socks don’t make his feet sweat, so he no longer gets tinea because they are made from a natural fibre wool. They allow your feet to breath and they are a good fit.

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Robert Schaverien December,2015

    These socks are excellent all round.I have also found them more comfortable than cotton in the summer and reasonably warm in the winter.They also wash and dry quickly which I found useful when travelling.As mentioned in the other review they are a good fit and breathe.

    As Humphrey Law are not cheap but very well made I suggest potential customers do the following:

    1.Talk to the people at Sock Revolution for their advice -they are sock enthusiasts and knowledgeable.

    2.Everyone is different.I would buy one pair of any that sound right.Wear and wash them a few times and if good order a few pairs.I found these and the alpaca/wool for winter are the best combination for me but others may prefer cotton,pure wool and so forth.

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