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Merino Wool Ragg Socks, 12" Two-Pack

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Product Details

The softest wool ragg socks we've found -and unlike many others, these can go right into the washer and dryer.

Fabric & Care

  • 77% merino wool, 21% stretch nylon, 2% Lycra elastane.
  • Machine wash and dry.
  • Additional Features

  • Made of premium, itch-free Australian merino wool and nylon/elastic for durability and stretch.
  • Sold in set of two 12" pairs.
  • Solid color: two pairs of same color. Multicolored: two pairs, one of each color as shown.
  • USA, fabric imported.
  • Customer Reviews
    Merino Wool Ragg Socks, 12" Two-Pack
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    5 / 5
    4.3/5
    84%
    734 out of 871 of reviewers would recommend this product.
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    5 / 5
    November 12, 2018
    Defective
    Size:
    Large
    Fit:
    True to Size
    Customer is 5'9'' and 195 lbs.
    Looked like they would be warm BUT came with a hole in one of the socks.....sent them back...went with a refund.....
    Whiting N J
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    5 / 5
    November 11, 2018
    good for every day use
    Size:
    Medium
    Fit:
    True to Size
    I bought for the wool content and for every day use. also great for hiking or travel ..
    San Juan
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    5 / 5
    September 4, 2018
    bring on the winter
    Bought the charcoal on sale to wear with my Bean Boots, loved them so much I ordered a pair of the gray. Have not washed them yet so I don't know... more
    Boston MA
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    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    August 22, 2018
    Great socks
    Bought theses for my husband who loves to wear wool socks year round. These quickly became his favorite socks. They are very thick, fit well and stay... more
    Louisville, KY
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    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    July 11, 2018
    Comfortable
    Fit - Length:
    True to Size
    Fit - Width:
    True to Size
    I have worn these for years they are very comfortable and keep you warm even if they get wet.
    Raleigh, NC
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    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    June 22, 2018
    I love these socks. Some of the best socks ever.
    Fit - Width:
    True to Size
    These socks are wonderful. I have them in 3 colors, charcoal, navy, black and white speckled. I have them in 3 lengths, 10", 12", 16". The... more
    Queens, New York
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    11 out of 11 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    May 29, 2018
    wool socks
    Comfortable and like that they come up the ankle with some height.
    STILLWATER
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    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    April 9, 2018
    Just not worth the cost
    I was heading to Yosemite with my teenage sons. We were worried about cold temps and snow. I had hiked with plain cotton socks for years. I thought... more
    Dayton, OH
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    pvanderen October 2, 2018
    I understand that merino wool is significantly more expensive than polyester, but there are many more advantages to merino wool. First off, if you really want to compare merino wool to polyester then you should actually get a good pair of merino wool socks. The best socks are Darn Tough. Made in Vermont, lifetime guarantee on them, spun from a single piece of very fine gauge wool. Yes they are like $23/pair, but if you compound $23 out for the rest of your life then they're way cheaper than polyester or cotton socks. Or I would suggest an extremely thick pair of merino wool socks. Something expedition weight so that you really know what you're getting. But back to why you buy merino wool instead of polyester or cotton. The main advantages to merino wool over other materials is that merino wool is naturally antimicrobial, meaning that it won't hold smell. I have about 12 pairs of merino wool socks, I wear them almost everyday, and I can go weeks between washing them because they don't smell at the end of the day, and when I put them on the next morning they feel like a fresh pair of socks. So for a work trip you'd only need to bring one pair of socks and not wash them at all, not a luxury you get with cotton or polyester. The other reason is durability, merino wool spun with nylon is much more durable than cotton or polyester, hence why Darn Tough offers a lifetime warranty on them. Merino wool is also much better at managing moisture than other materials. Merino wool fibers are hollow, meaning that they trap air and insulate better, and the hollow fibers absorb moisture, and wick it naturally. Hollow fibers also mean that merino wool will insulate even when it's wet, which is not the case for polyester or cotton. Polyester dries quicker than merino wool because polyester is made of plastic. The main drawbacks to polyester and cotton is that cotton holds moisture for an extremely long time, it doesn't wick moisture at all, so you will get blisters if you sweat a lot of if your socks get wet, and both cotton and polyester will hold smell forever. Once your feet start to stink up cotton and poly socks that smell can never be washed out. Merino wool, because of the antimicrobial factor that I mentioned earlier, will also help keep your shoes from smelling. So, although I understand where you're coming from, I believe your review is based on not trying really good socks, and not really understanding the material differences between merino wool and other materials. But yes, it is pretty expensive.
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    SPARTYrocks June 22, 2018
    I like your pithy title best, "just not worth the cost."
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    14 out of 29 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    March 21, 2018
    merino wool ragg socks
    My wife snapped them up and absolutely loves them. Extremely comfortable.
    BIGLERVILLE
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    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    February 28, 2018
    Wanted to love these, BUT....
    I always have cold feet, it seems most of the year. I love the warmth of wool socks, but have always hated the "itchiness" of most wool socks.... more
    Colorado
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    ADJMom November 9, 2018
    I have a family member who is extra sensitive to itchy. Thank you for your review.
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    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.
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