Under Armour® HeatGear® Boot Socks for Men
Ideal for fishing, hunting or any outdoor activity. Under Armour® HeatGear® Boot Socks for Men provide ultimate comfort and protection. Seamless toes, strategic mesh vents, cushioned footbeds, an ArmourBlock Antimicrobial wash, and dual arch and ankle supports ensure feet stay comfortable and dry. Made from 90% olefin, 8% nylon, 2% Lycra® Spandex. One pair. Machine wash. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: UA4448.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by kysteve Great liner socks. I wear these socks under my Redhead Snakeboot socks. They really compliment each other. Keep feet warm, they are durable, and they do not sag into my boots. January 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by scummy What a treat ! I've purchase the old pair of hunting socks before but I can't believe that I have never owned socks like these before. I love them ! They are nice and high and even give a little support to my calves. They feel great in high boots and I just might have to buy some of the coldgear type. January 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 these are great and good for girls These are men's socks but I got a size smaller and I don't put them in the dryer, I think because they are make of nylon they could shrink, this is the second pair I have bought. They don't carry the warantee that the bass pro socks offer, but much less thick too, I love the full leg length of these socks and they wear so good, They are perfect December 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dame3366 Great early season socks I purchased 2 pair of these for the early bow season, they are fantastic, they are comfortable, they stayed up over my calf and didn't bunch up while wearing my muck boots October 15, 2012
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A:XL is 10-13. Large is size smaller, but may fit better
A:No. These socks are made for warm weather. They wick away moisture to keep your feet dry. Try UA socks called "Cold Gear"
A:These are Heat Gear socks, so if you are looking for something to keep your feet warm I would lean towards Cold Gear socks. These will help keep your feet dry by wicking away moisture, but you would need an insulating layer above these.
A:I don't think so, they are fairly light wight.
A:not any more than a regular pair of socks
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