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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.
Under Armour® HeatGear® Boot Socks for Men - 1 Pair
Best summer scks ever
I have had alot of different socks to wear during the hot hunting months but nothing compares to these, I wouldn't wear anything else under my boots.
August 31, 2010
Don't waste your money
I am a huge UnderArmor fan and have a lot of their hunting and athletic gear. These are the most bizarre socks I've ever seen., I am 6'1" and they come up over my knees! Sure, they won't fall down but who wants a lightweight sock that covers almost your entire leg?! I fold them down to lessen that effect but they become so tight that you feel like you have a tourniquet on your leg! They are cool on the foot with a ventilated area on the top but too much else wrong to recommend them.
August 30, 2010
I got these socks to wear with motorcycle boots in the summer. They kept my feet cool and dry even after long rides. They are also very good at eliminating foot odor. They stay in place and don't fall down.
July 31, 2010
Love the length, but not sure how long they will last. I wear them for at least 10 hrs a day in leather boots and they are showing quite a bit of wear after 2 weeks so we will see.
July 8, 2010
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.
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