Macpac Thermal Socks — 2 Pack
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Macpac Thermal Socks — 2 Pack

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NZ$34.95 NZ$20.97
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These medium weight thermal socks are an ideal general purpose outdoor sock. Knitted with loop pile cushioning throughout for comfort and foot protection. Wool and acrylic sits next to the skin for temperature control and moisture management, while nylon is knitted on the exterior for durability.
Macpac Thermal Socks — 2 Pack
NZ$34.95 NZ$20.97
  • Product Description
    These medium weight thermal socks are an ideal general purpose outdoor sock. Knitted with loop pile cushioning throughout for comfort and foot protection. Wool and acrylic sits next to the skin for temperature control and moisture management, while nylon is knitted on the exterior for durability.
  • Design features
    Elasticated rib top
    Loop pile cushioning throughout for foot protection and comfort
    Contrast nylon reinforcing
    Elasticated arch to prevent ride-down
    Smooth toe seam





  • Product Specifications
    Main Fabric45% Acrylic, 35% Wool, 17% Nylon, 3% Elastane
    Weight (g)84 g - Size S
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Is there a difference between mens and womens socks?
wayno on Jun 8, 2021
BEST ANSWER: Hi Wayne,

The socks are unisex, so no difference between them.

Thanks,
The Macpac Team
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  • Customer C (at <a target="_blank" href="https://www.turnto.com/transLink/13/sa/8637008/en_US?sid=878" title="Macpac">Macpac</a> ) Staff on Jun 10, 2021
How much wool is in these socks?
Jclow365 on Feb 23, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hello Jayden, these socks are made up from 45% Acrylic, 35% Wool, 17% Nylon and 3% Elastane. We hope this helps. Thanks