Smartwool Park Melt Socks
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Smartwool Park Melt Socks

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Type: Ski Socks, Snowboard Socks
Fit: Tall
Material: Merino Wool, 66% Merino Wool 32% Nylon 2% Elastic
Recommended Use: Skiing, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 30 Day

Description: Smartwool Park Melt Socks

4-Degree Fit System: 4 compression bands and flex zones that provide a high performance fit. High Density Impact Zones with WOW Technology: Higher density SmartWool Duroyarn in the heel and metatarsal areas for added protection and durability. Medium Full-cushioning for overall comfort and protection against shock and abrasions.

Key Features of the Smartwool Park Melt Socks Gray :
  • 66% Merino Wool
  • 32% Nylon
  • 2% Elastic
  • Med- US mens 6-8.5 womens 7-9.5
  • Large- US mens 9-11.5 womens 10-12.5
  • X-large- US mens 12-14.5

Park Melt

5.0 / 5.0
2 Reviews
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"Great, but read."
I love Smartwool socks. This is part of the Ph.D line, which is more durable and comfortable than previous versions. They perform the same, which is say very, very well. They also don't smell, so I can rock 'em consecutive days. However, I had problems with slippage in smartwool socks because they'd stretch out. Over the course of the day, I'd feel them get looser, around the ankle especially. I combated this by going down a size, even though at 10.5 I'm well over the Medium/Large cutoff (8.5 I believe). However, it worked. I could honestly go either way, I just prefer the performance fit of the medium and don't think it's any less comfortable. Just a thought
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September 22, 2011
Sock 'em
Smartwool makes great socks, plain and simple. They keep your feet warm and don't get wet or sweaty like classic cotton socks. The only sort of bad thing about the ones I got was that they aren't as thick as other wool varieties. This isn't bad unless you need thick socks to keep your boots tight. Otherwise I wouldn't buy any other sock. Go Smartwool
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January 16, 2011

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