Warm and Thick Women's Socks by Carhartt
I have to start by stating, I really hate wearing socks and shoes. Period. When I do wear shoes, boots, or socks, they must fit well, be comfortable, and serve a purpose. If I could live my life barefoot, I would. Unfortunately, I must wear shoes and socks.
Last year, I needed some suitable socks for camping and hiking at The Shack during cold weather. I chose two pair of Carhartt socks and couldn't be more pleased. I am so pleased with the socks that I was browsing with the plan to order another couple of pair to keep here at the apartment.
These are a few of the many reasons I recommend these Carhartt socks
- keeps my feet warm but not sweaty
- the acrylic/polyester/nylon/wool/spandex blend (probably responsible for the two items above)
- built-in arch support
- heels that stay in place
- the style creates a good fit and a sock that doesn't slide around my foot
- top of the sock stays in place
There are few things I hate more than socks that slide around your foot, slide down your calf, and bunch up under your arch. So uncomfortable and annoying! But these Carhartt socks stayed in place whether I was using them as "slippers" while in The Shack or as warm socks under my rubber boots or hiking boots. Those sewn "ribs" at the arch hug my foot and are so very comfortable.
|Carhartt Women's All-Season Crew Socks|
|Carhartt Women's Merino Wool Blend Hiker Crew Socks|
|Carhartt Women's Merino Wool Blend Textured Crew|
If you are unfamiliar with the Carhartt brand, I encourage you to take a peek at their official site. For as long as I can remember, the men in my life have depended on the durability and quality of their coveralls and coats. I find that their sweatshirts, hats, and socks are always a good choice and meet my own cold weather needs.
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