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- A multitechnical sock geared for the women on the constant go.
- Features an anatomical flex fit system providing the perfect fit.
- Cushioned heel and toe areas for lasting comfort.
- "Y" heel pockets for a better fit.
- Arch band for support.
- Reinforced toe and heel.
- Consists of 50% Merino wool, 46% nylon, 3% polyester, 1% spandex.
- Machine wash warm inside out, do not bleach, tumble dry low or air dry.
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Keen Bellingham Low Ultralite
These are very comfortable, warm wool socks. They are made for left and right feet, which is interesting and probably works well because of being wool. I wanted brown to match my shoes, and these fill the bill.
Felt true to size
Felt true to width
- Marian K - customer
- January 2, 2013