Lifestyle Ultra Lite Crew

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Lifestyle Ultra Lite Crew

USD $17.99
Ultra lightweight for everyday comfort.
  • Fabric:  59% merino wool, 37% nylon, 4% LYCRA®
  • Layer:  Socks
  • Best for:  Travel & Lifestyle
  • Benefits:  Naturally odor-resistant, breathable
  • Features:  Support at the Achilles and instep; Anti-chafe, anti-blister toe seam
  • Height:  Crew - 9"
  • Cushioning:  Ultra Lite
  • Style:  IBN312
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Machine wash. Tumble dry on low, inside out. Exact instructions on the care label.
Lifestyle Ultra Lite Crew 3.8 5 4 4
Amazing ! My hot feet problem is solved. My feet get hot, so I always change my socks half way through a shift. NOT ANYMORE !!! These socks are amazing. Warm enough but they wick any moisture away from my feet and still smell fresh at the end of my shift. I wish ALL of my socks were Icebreaker. January 30, 2014
Now my wife has a pair Been using the City sock for well over a year and I would definately buy more. In fact this review is going for the women's version because my wife wanted her own. The sock covers a large temp range making it ideal for fall, winter and spring. It also doesn't hold water so end of day soggy socks is no longer and issue. Lastly given it's plain black color it can be worn to almost every occasion without drawing attention. December 17, 2013
Great sock for business attire I love colourful, funky socks but they look odd when I'm working in a traditional, male dominated workplace. So I love the black colour and ultralite weight as they fit easily into my shoes and replace my cotton "trouser" socks. I take a 7.5 shoe and purchased the medium sock. The socks are not tight and I was worried they might slide down but they have stayed properly aligned. January 5, 2014
mrs Contrary to your description City Crew Ultra lightweight for everyday comfort, this city sock has support at the Achilles and instep the socks I bought in New Jersey do not give support at the Achilles, do not keep its shape and "travels" along the foot. February 25, 2013
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