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Darn Tough Men's John Henry Boot Midweight Work Sock

$26.00
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Discover comfort, durability and fit that works all day.

Description

John Henry was tough as nails and probably didn't give a rip about being comfy while he worked. Then again he never had a chance to try our Work Socks. Discover comfort, durability and fit that works all day.

Height: Boot
Weight: Midweight
Pair with: Work boots, leather boots, muck boots

  • Men's boot socks average 11 in. from heel to cuff - expect them to rise just to the top of an 8 in. work boot.
  • A performance fit means no slipping, no bunching, no hot spots. You feet deserve this benefits package.
  • Reinforced footbed Achilles cushion improves the comfort of our socks and helps them last longer.
  • Rib-knit cuffs stretch comfortably, hugging the leg to hold our socks in place.
  • Merino Wool is a hard-working fiber that moves moisture away from feet, keeping them fresh and dry.
  • Midweight socks take care of hardworking feet by providing steady, breathable comfort all day long.
  • The “still” in Still Made in Vermont, USA is personal. We knit all our socks at our VT-based Mills - we can't imagine it any other way.
  • Unconditionally Guaranteed for Life - if these aren’t the longest lasting socks you’ve ever owned, return them for another pair.
Cushion

The entire Work category features cushion underfoot while select styles use terry loops in the leg.

Machine wash in warm water on gentle cycle with socks inside-out. Do not bleach. Tumble dry on low or hang dry. Do not dry clean. 

Cushion
Materials: 62% Merino Wool 35% Nylon 3% Lycra Spandex

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