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Fox River Wick Dry Therm-A-Wick Ultra-Lightweight Liner Socks, WHITE
Fox River Wick Dry Therm-A-Wick Ultra-Lightweight Liner Socks, WHITE
  • 50% Polyester/49% Nylon/1% Spandex
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • Thermolite polyester is a lightweight fiber providing breathability and warmth while moving moisture away from the foot. Thermolite combines a thermally efficient polymer and a micro-tested hollow core that heats quickly and retains warmth
  • Our exclusive WICK Dry technology quickly draws moisture away from your skin so your feet stay dry and comfortable. Removing the moisture build up reduces hot spots and friction that causes blisters
  • Smooth, flat toe seam doesn't rub or irritate during wear. Plus, our smooth, flat toe closure technique adds durability so it stretches every way you do without unraveling
  • Liner socks create a friction Barrier to help resist blisters and keep your feet dry by moving moisture into your outer sock

Thermolite gives thermal insulation and wicks moisture away to keep feet dry. Smooth linear looped toe seam for no irritation at toes.? It consists of 50% Thermolite polyester, 49% nylon and 1% Lycra spandex.

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 8 x 1 inches
  • Item model number: 4421
  • Date First Available: July 20, 2015
  • ASIN: B0088V73O4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,885 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #123 in Men's Outdoor Recreation Socks
    • #460 in Men's Casual Socks
    • #78 in Women's Outdoor Recreation Socks

    For years I bought my sock liners at SportMart and then Sports Authority. They would only have one type available, either Fox River or a similar brand. They weren't the Therm-A-Wick model. I was just buying them to add an extra layer under my socks in cold weather to keep my feet warmer, which they did. I didn't know anything about the moisture-wicking that sock liners are supposed to do, and I can't speak to that because my feet don't sweat much in cold weather. I did like how easy it was to pull on my regular socks over the sock liners. My older Fox River liners never seem to wear out, but I occasionally lose them as I do laundry in a laundry room of my apartment building, so I have to replace them periodically. I tried one pair of silk sock liners from Lands End, and I didn't like them as much as I thought I would; the material was not as slippery and not as thin and so it is harder to pull my socks on over them; also they are wearing out much faster and getting close to developing holes in them. I can't seem to find sock liners in local sports stores that are as smooth as the Fox River ones I already owned, so I went online and found that Fox River has a model of liners that are specifically for cold weather! (I think the Fox River liners I already had were made more for heavy exercise in warm weather, to help with sweating). So I bought a pair of these Therm-A-Wick socks and they really do keep my feet a little bit warmer than my other Fox River liners, and are nearly as smooth and thin as well, so still easy to get my socks over them. I just bought a second pair! They only come in white, I would love to have some in black, but that's not really a big deal for me. I would not wear these Therm-A-Wick sock liners under regular socks in warm weather, in fact I don't wear any sock liners in temperatures above 50 degrees Fahrenheit; my feet would be too warm. I never wear these on their own, only under other socks.

    These are cut a little wider in the leg and at the top than the thinner Fox River lightweight liners I bought that I think were CoolMax or some other fabric. I like the wider cut, since I don't like things that are binding and leave marks. These are cut very slightly large in the foot, which is fine. I plan to machine dry them on low anyway. They are incredibly comfortable. I wear these under my Ragg Wool thick socks, and this is for wearing with my insulted Vivobarefoot smooth leather boots, for wintery cold or wet days. The liners keep my feet dry and warm. The boots make my feet perspire and without the ragg wool socks I get moisture on the socks. With these under the socks, my feet are dry, warm, and comfortable and I can walk for miles, even on the sidewalks of Chicago or the suburbs. Great price, too.

    good all around liner works for bike riding or keeping warm feet in winter under a heaver pair of socks they reduce friction and wick sweat

    Made in my home town at Fox River Mills, very surprised by the ingenuity of the liner type socks, how well they fit underneath your thick socks and hold the heat in and keep your feet dry throughout the work day outside! Worth the money and will be worn thru all inclement weather.

    I find these socks very comfortable. I wear liner socks to keep my feet dry and warm in the winter. They wick away the moisture and keep my feet dry. I started wearing them for backpacking outings as no blisters if you wear liner socks.

    These are thin. But... They slide down my leg too often and I didn't even have boots on... So i didn't like that. They seem to run just a tiny bit big I think. I'm a size 7and a half n women's and I don't like how they bunch under my feet and toes. Had to take them off during my shopping trip....

    A must if you hike these liner socks underneath my smart wool hiking socks are just perfect my feet were dry and not sweaty all day long and they are so lightweight you barely know they are there. Highly Recommend

    I've worn these under winter socks when wearing running shoes to hike in micro-spikes on snowy trails. They fit well and feel good. I haven't used them yet in extreme cold, but I believe they'll perform well under those conditions.

    Great hikeing sock liners! Work Great!

    Great liner, I wear for work under my merino wool socks.

    Best inner sock ever