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- Sizing recommendation: Medium—Women's 5-7, Large—Women's 8-10 & Men's 7-9, XL—Men's 10-12.
- Keep you feet warm and your spirit bright with these colorful fleece boot-shaped socks.
- Created to spread happiness and to complement Hunter® boots.
- Multi-colored stripe detail at the cuff.
- Signature Hunter logo on the front.
- 68% polyester, 18% wool, and 16% acrylic.
- Machine wash cold and tumble dry low.
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0% Full size too large
0% Half size too Large
100% True to size
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0% Full size too small
100% Felt true to width
0% Felt narrower than marked
0% Felt wider than marked
0% Excellent arch support
0% Moderate arch support
100% No arch support
Hunter Welly Sock with Knitted Striped Cuff
Great socks but only for higher shaft wellies. I have the original short wellies and saw negative reviews about the short socks. Thought I'd give the regular ones a try since I couldn't find a review that did/did not say whether they would accommodate the original shorts. Well, unfortunately, they don't. Bummer! I have the aubergine color and these look fab with them but they are alas too high. So, I'm off to try the short ones and hope for the best. With Zappos, you can't go wrong!
- Wellie f - customer
- from Philly, PA
- January 23, 2011
Bought these for my wife as a gift. They fit her Hunter boots perfectly of course, and extend the season she can wear them in. Hunter rain boots make for pretty decent snow boots with these liners in, and take up a whole lot less space than another pair of snow boots.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Portland, ME
- January 14, 2011
- Anonymous - customer
- from Connecticut
- December 5, 2010
- Eve F - customer
- from Chicago, Illinois
- March 16, 2011