Everyday Fusion F8020 Tactical Crew Length Socks / 1 Pair
Made in the USA.
– Crew length
– Ultimax® Fusion with knit-in liner keeps feet dry and blister free
– Ideal for use with waterproof, breathable footwear
– COLOR: Black
– Lightweight design
– Foot hugging fit and comfort
– Seamless toe closure
A sock that extends beyond ankle length, but not beyond the largest part of the calf. Typically 9″ to 12″ in length.
Made of 45% Merino Wool, 35% Stretch Nylon, 15% 4-Channel Polyester, 5% Spandex; 100% Olefin Liner
A special, fine grade of wool that originally came from Merino sheep. It shares all of the characteristics classic to wool, but what makes Merino wool different is the luxurious softness and comfort provided by its finer diameter as contrasted to larger diameter fibers. Unlike coarser grades of wool, Merino wool is much less prone to itching.
Continuous nylon filaments that are crimped and heat set to provide elasticity. Due to the relatively high level of elasticity imparted to nylon after it is crimped and heat set, it is very commonly utilized to make stretch socks in combination with other yarns.
A generic term for a high-performance, four-channel fiber engineered to move moisture and speed the evaporation of perspiration. It is a superior fabric for wicking action, drying time, and moisture transport.
A man-made fiber with elastic properties that is often used in place of rubber. Used with other fibers, it provides elasticity, recovery, and close fit, primarily in the legs of socks to hold them in place and in the arch and ankle to provide extra support.
Olefin / Polypropylene:
A superior water repelling fiber that won’t accept moisture. It is used alone or with absorbent outer layers that work together to wick moisture away from your body. It is very strong, and has the lowest specific gravity (lightest) of any man-made fiber. It is also stain resistant and colorfast. The company that developed this fiber won the Nobel Prize.