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Wigwam At Work Durasole Pro 2-Pack S1349 Sock
Wigwam At Work Durasole Pro 2-Pack S1349 Sock
  • 35% Cotton, 33% Polypropylene, 21% Stretch Nylon, 10% Stretch Polyester, 1% Spandex
  • Made in USA
  • Durable
  • Warm. No Odor
  • CREW LENGTH: A sock that extends beyond ankle length, but not beyond the largest part of the calf. Typically 9 in. to 12 in. in length.
  • Midweight designs are constructed with dense cushioning in multiple areas of the sock like shins and soles or the entire foot of the sock.
  • Lifetime Warranty

This is a durable work sock in a 2 pk. Fully cushioned from top to toe, this keeps feet dry and comfortable. Features include a treatment to protect the sock against bacteria which can cause foot odor and athlete's foot. Other features include a true-fit leg, abrasion-resistant Achilles cradle, and virtually seamless toe closure.

The At Work Durasole is a midweight durable work crew sock offered here in a 2-pack. The cushioned leg and sole provide comfort and durability. The patented Ultimax construction keeps feet dry, blister and odor free. . Other features include a long wearing sole, abrasion-resistant Achilles cradle, and virtually seamless toe closure. Wigwam began making socks in 1905 and is still going strong as a 4th generation family run USA manufacturer located in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. They are a knowledgeable, experienced and state of the art knitting mill using American union labor and as many USA sourced materials as possible. They also run their business in an environmentally responsible way. Wigwam socks carry a 2-year performance guarantee.

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 4 x 1 inches
  • Item model number: S1349-902-MD
  • Date First Available: August 17, 2005
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,254 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #138 in Men's Workout & Training Socks
    • #513 in Men's Sports Socks
    • #731 in Men's Athletic Socks

    The description says they fit shoe size 12 - 15. That is optimistic. My size 15 feet were able to squeeze into the socks, but not comfortably. And the odor protection was worthless. 10 hours in shoes I had not worn in three weeks, the shoes had been powdered when they were last worn, and my feet were ripe! This was not an issue with my old and worn Champion socks. I think the issue was the tight fit of the socks.
    I am returning 8 of the ten pairs I bought. Will not send back a pair I wore.

    Follow up, a couple of hours later. I washed the pair of socks I wore today and they shrunk in length by 1.5 inches compared to the pair I have not worn. These are definitely smaller than described. I would not recommend these for anyone with a shoe size beyond 12.

    Honestly, an excellent quality, comfortable sock that's light enough to wear in the summer without sweating and thick enough to wear in the winter without freezing feet. I guess my only problem is their longevity, which isn't anything special, given the price - I bought four pairs almost exactly six months ago, and have probably worn each pair a combined total of two weeks each, and three of the socks have worn through already. Perhaps I'm expecting too much out of socks? I would probably recommend Darn Tough instead. I haven't found a weight that's perfect with them - they're either heavy or super light, as far as I've found - but they have an amazing warranty that covers even wear.

    Very comfortable material, thick yet breathy. I wear a 13 and am used to socks being stretched over my feet. The xl are the same length as my feet and I anticipated them to stretch and bunch up but they held their shape well. A tad shorter would be better. My only complaint is the top is tight leaving a deep impression on my leg, I wish this was looser. I would buy again, they seem to be very high quality for the price

    I like to try new items to see if they meet my expectations, and once in a while, I buy a new set of socks.
    This set is acceptable from the heel to toe, but the area above the ankle is too tight for me.
    But rather than complain or return them, I'll just give them to someone who normally buys the 5 pack of cheapo socks for $10 and they'll be pleased.

    I like the Fox River socks the best, Thorlo comes in second (used to be the best) and these Wigwams are a distant third, due to calf sizing.
    Nothing succeeds like a good quality sock.
    These are a bit shy of what I'd expect in a sock at this price.

    Again, just my opinion.

    "12 bucks for two pair of socks?" Those were my words to my wife when she handed these to me. But let me tell you, they are worth it. I stand all day long at my job and at night my feet are hot, sweaty and a little swollen. She said "Give em a try they are supposed to help." And help they did. They wick the sweat away, they are comfortable and my feet are not swollen at the end of a long 11 hour day. The way they are made, the stuff they are made of, whatever it is it works wonders. Well worth the money I normally run through a pair of Wal-Mart socks in about three or four washings, but these have held up with nary a hole or string out of place, even the elastic is still tight after two months. If you need socks that will hold up to constant wear and tear and you want to have comfortable feet during and after wearing them, then these are the socks for you. Will buy again without hesitation.

    My husband works construction and these socks offer comfort and durability hugging and padding the overworked feet in the right places. They are the easiest socks to pull over the heel when putting on and taking off at the end of a long day. They wash well and hold up to all the daily abuse without losing integrity better than any other brands we have so far.

    Really good quality thick socks, but damn my feet smelled soooo bad! Even with my shoes on, the smell filled a room. I live in cali with 70 degree weather while I was wearing these. I've never had my feet smell (well if you stick your nose on my foot ok but never could you smell it if I was sitting next to you.)

    Been using this along with another Wigwam model to compare... These are a bit thinner overall as compared to the other Wigwam model, but so far it is very good at moisture absorption and comfort. It is too early to tell as far as wear and tear since it has not been even a few months. Time will tell, and I will come back and report on it. So far they seem to be better than ordinary socks, the real question is, are they worth the money?

    Quality stitching and material with thick soles, great value

    Good quality but quite long for my little legs.