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Object Title: AllSeasonGear No Show

Manufacturer: Under Armor

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Page By: erykmynn

Created/Edited: Jul 23, 2008 / Jul 23, 2008

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Product Description

These are an all-synthetic athletic sock, which is a perfect match for hiking in trail-runners or a light hiker. They vent moisture and keep friction to a minimum. They are especially handy if your shoes aren't waterproof as wet cotton socks quickly become a nightmare.

At time of writing they run $14.99 for a 4 pair pack. You can find them at many 'regular' sporting good stores.

Product Details

Item Number: 8503266

* Your go-to sock for training.
* Maximum cushioned footbed absorbs shock and keeps your feet comfortable and secure.
* Knit in arch and fully reciprocated toe and heel for the perfect fit.
* Four pair per package.
* 88% PolyArmour™ / 11% Nylour™ / 1% Lycra® Spandex.
* Imported.

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Technology


AllSeasonGear®
Between the extremes. Keeping athletes dry and light. Ideal use: Changing temperatures. AllSeasonGear® is made from radical fabrics that flex with changing weather conditions. It's engineered with our moisture transport system to deliver core temperature regulation and maximum breathability.

Strategic Cushioning

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So I went looking for some all-synthetic running socks for my low-tops and I was a bit skeptical about the price, because I had seen better deals on Under Armor socks in a bigger box. Looking around the store I found that none of the other athletic socks were all-synthetic so I gave them a try.

Not only did my hiking shoes rub my feet way less with these on, but I caught a whole footfull of meltwater in Lassen NP and my foot felt normal again after 15 minutes hiking.

When I wear them in the gym my feet stay cool and the socks come out dry when my cotton socks come out mildly damp. so all in all I think they were worth the $14.99 and will keep putting them through abuse on the trail.
Posted Jul 23, 2008 12:27 pm

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