RedHead® ThermoLite® Liner Socks for Men
- Thermolite® regulates foot temperature
- Keeps foot dry for extended comfort
- Helps prevent blisters
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 Socks Liner Have not had cold feet while sitting in a duck blind while wearing these liners February 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1w2l3 Warm Feet Two things that make me uncomfortable when hunting at freezing temperatures are cold hands and cold feet. Have bought various lined boots but still had cold feet. Finally tried these liner socks with my usual heavy boot socks in my Mucks and did not have cold feet. Highly recommend the liner socks to combat cold feet. December 23, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by pikepredator nice product was a bit disappointed in these while in the tree stand this past week, worked great tho while standing in a cold december creek while steelhead fishing for 3 hours. go figure! glad I bought 4 pair. December 5, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Merrittcurse Wet, dry, hot, cold I bought 1 pair to try a couple years ago for a Utah Mulley trip. Feet stayed warm & dry. I bought 4 more pair for a week on a Lake Creek river trip in Alaska in August of 2010. They worked as expected until day 3 when I destroyed the knee of my river waders. I spent the rest of the trip with my left foot full of glacier water. Along with my with my Redhead wool socks on top my feet stayed warm & while the wool was soaked the Thermolite kept my feet dry enough that they didn't look like prunes at the end of the day. These are the only liners I will ever use. They're also a nice addition to my Uggs in the snow. September 6, 2010
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A:This depends on size you buy as well as how long/short your legs are obviously but I can tell you this:
I am in between two sizes, med and large. The mediums which are more snug when I first put them on but after a few hours feel perfect, come to a little over mid-calf. About like your basic sports crew sock.
The larges though which feel better when and more roomy when I first put them on but stretch after an hour or so to be a bit too big come a little higher (only half an inch or slightly more) but still couldn't be considered "over-the-calf" socks.
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