RedHead® 13'' Treestand Socks for Men
My friend took these socks with him Moose hunting in Northern Ontario. He had to leave early and accidentally left his socks behind. I took them home and washed them. They looked warm so I put them on. I have been wearing them all winter.They said RedHead on them so I went to the local BassPro and found that they were these treestand socks.
They are warm, they don't itch and the stand up.
Bill, if you are looking for your socks, I have them :)
February 7, 2008
I work in a rainforest doing conservation. The rainforest is located on top of a mountain in the middle of the pacific ocean. At times the weather can be brutally hot and muggy, or cold and wet. The socks hold up well, keep moisture away from the skin, and keep your feet comfortable. Overall, they are a solid performer. There are enough variables in nature. Dont let the comfort or health of your feet be one of them.
June 15, 2012
Great socks under waders and in boots both
I had originally gotten these socks to wear under my breathable waders as my boots are a little big and I wanted my feet to be comfortable. I really liked the fact that these things wick like crazy and have helped prevent blisters while hiking in waders. I wear them even in the height of the summer and will take my waders off and be soaked from perspiration (from kicking around in the float tube in 90 degree weather), except, that is, on my feet, which are surprisingly dry!
They wash up nice, are amazingly padded and springy soft inside, and are comfortable under my hiking boots too. They've been a great joy to wear now that we are ice fishing again, and my feet are happy and warm in my snowmobile boots with my favorite socks. Will have to pick up a second pair.
Everybody asks me what kind of socks to buy for their wives with cold feet - I always tell them to buy the Tree Stand Socks!
December 23, 2008
Great hunting socks!
My kids bought me a new pair of warm hunting boots. I needed a good pair of socks to round out the set and chose RedHead 13" Treestand Socks.
I tried out the boots and socks this winter and my feet kept very warm with just the one pair of socks. I use a ground blind and last year my toes really got cold. I will not have to worry this year about cold feet. Thanks Bass Pro!
March 16, 2011