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Darn Tough

Darn Tough Boot Cushion Sock - Men's Lime Medium

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Description

  • Performance Fit: No slipping, no bunching, and no blisters. True Seamless: Undetectable seam fusion for an ultrasmooth, invisible feel.
  • Fine Gauge Knitting: Unprecedented durability and our unique "put it on, forget it's on" feel.
  • Fast Action Wicking: Pulls moisture away from skin. Fast drying; Naturally Antimicrobial: Repels bacteria and odor.
  • Merino Wool: The ultimate fiber for breathability and comfort in all conditions.
  • Still made in Vermont, USA. Still unconditionally guaranteed for life.

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Customer Reviews

check to make sure you get the right model, I was sent crew cut twice!Socks are great if you get the ones ordered.I've ordered these socks 4 times now. The two pairs in the first order were the correct size, and I liked them, so I put in another order for two pairs. Both pairs from that order were the shorter (and cheaper) crew cut style. I informed Amazon, returned them, and then put another order in for two pairs of socks.Then that order came in, and one pair was the correct model, the other pair was the crew cut again. I then had to return the crew cut again, and put another order in for a pair of the boot cut. This final pair were the correct size, but I can't believe the stock was incorrect for two orders from different vendors. I intentionally chose different vendors after having the wrong model sent to me each time.Other than that experience, the socks are great so far. Just make sure you check your order when it comes in to ensure you have the correct ones. I didn't notice at first, and had to double check things afterwards. 4I wouldn't call these hiking socks.I bought a pair of these to try based on the recommendation of a few people who hunt. These seem to be really quality made socks, and seem to have great support, but hiking socks they are not. The pair I got did not have a flat seam across the toe box. Just putting them on to check the fit I could feel the corner seam on the edge rubbing against my little and big toes. I've had issues in the past with getting hot spots there which went away once I got flat seam socks. These may be great casual wear or general duty work socks, but I could never trust them in the back country.Also, they are a bit rough compared to other brands of merino wool hiking socks I have had. That might not be bad for some, but anything that can rub can ruin a good hike.At nearly half the price, my big box lifetime wool socks are more comfortable and use a higher percentage of wool. While I don't recommend those for hiking, I'd feel more confident wearing those than these Darn Tough hikers on a long trek.Overall, I just think their are better socks out there for nearly the same price as these. 3Best Socks in the World - Made in VermontThis is my 1st pair of Darn Tough Boot Socks. I already have two pair of the Crew Socks. They are not cheap $$, but you get what you pay for. The crew socks are great for my light hiking boots and approach shoes. The boot socks are a perfect fit for my 10" steel toed work boots. Padded in all the right places. What makes these socks a real winner though is the blend of materials they are made from. I can wear the socks in leather work boots and my feet stay dry at 90 Deg. temps. and warm at 10 Deg. temps all day. Neat color combinations too."Made in Vermont" on the tag has always been a symbol of quality to me as a Native Vermonter. Lately, it's been a bit over-used though and some products are just... meh? Darn Tough socks however are the kind of quality product that Vermonters can be proud of and I hope you guys and gals keep making them here for a long time. They are kind of like the Vermont equivalent of LL Bean's Maine Hiking Boot. Recommended!JimmyUpdate: Having used these socks for an extended period of time I am leaning strongly toward the boot socks vs. the crew for any boot 8" or taller. Having several inches of sock above the boot top helps you to keep them cinched up properly. The crew sock and an 8" boot (work boot, hiking boot) will leave you having to make more adjustments during the course of the day, whereas, the boot top size sock keeps them from diving down into the boot and everything seems to stay in-place.Great socks, I hardly wear my Thorlos anymore. 5Rarely does a product work this well.Darn Tough or somebody seems to have quite an interest in how they fit so I will start there. I bought X-Large and they feel a tad snug. I have average width size 13 Mens feet with a high arch. The interesting thing about these socks is that when a sock feels snug it means they are going to be cold as they will not trap any air if the sock is stretched or squeezed thin- but not these socks. Not at all, I need allot of performance from my fishing socks as I wade in cold rivers and and slog through PNW winters for hours on end in pursuit of Steelhead Salmon Trout and peace and quiet. I've tried all sorts of socks, pairs of socks, cheap wool socks, expensive wool socks, athletic socks, hiking socks, with the best up intill now being Smartwool hiking socks, but these are the best BY FAR. My feet simply do not get cold in these. It is pretty amazing. I'll theorize that the blend of fibers is such that they have sufficient structure to trap air no matter what- and maybe that is why they feel a tad snug..?.. In any case, my dogs stay warm, yet they can breath so they stay dry, and at the end of a long day fishing I just leave them on. That is a first! really a great product. 6 stars! BTW I've washed them 6-8 times and so far so good. If they last a season (20-25 days or so) I'll would be thrilled to buy another pai and I might not need to. 5300lb hiker tested over 100's of miles = Better than Smart Wool SocksWore through my Smart Wool Socks and needed some new socks while thru hiking the Appalachian trail. Compare socks used for hundreds of miles of wear in boots by a 280+ pound man with 30+ pounds of gear on his back and you have a durability test that shows Darn Tough at the top of the list.Comfort and durability are amazing.Pro Tip - Wear socks inside out and always put the right sock on the right foot and left on left from day one.Wearing socks inside out force any seams or bumps to rub on the boot more than your foot.Using the same sock on the same foot prevents the section by your smaller toes from getting stretched out as far as the big toe. When you swap socks from right to left over the course of its life you will stretch out the whole toe section and create potential for extra fabric to bunch or wrinkle in your boot. 5They went on easy, but as they stretched a bit over the ...I wear a 10.5 shoe/boot which calls for a large according to the Darn Tough size chart. Problem with the large is they were slightly too long and had too wide of a toe box at the very front, and I have a wide forefoot! They went on easy, but as they stretched a bit over the course of an hour so, began to bunch up at the toes, especially at the outsides near the smaller toes. Never had this problem with any socks before. Most large socks are sized 9.5-12, and have plenty of stretch/rebound to span the sizes, but these don't stretch or rebound much, so I had to exchange for the mediums. They are a bit more snug when putting them on, but not enough to be a problem. I don't notice them being more snug once I put my shoes on, likely due to them stretching in a few minutes, nor do I notice anything binding or uncomfortable throughout the day.UPDATE: I noticed that near my big toe, the seam really seemed to stretch, indicative that the mediums are indeed to short for my foot. After my experience with the Large being too big, I decided to take one more chance and try a Large in the Light Cushion model. Lo and behold, the Light Cushion model in Large actually fits the way it's supposed to. More snug and true to length than the Large Cushion model I previously tried. My conclusion is that the problem with the Cushion model is that it has too much padding, so it bunches up at the toes making me feel as if the toe box is way too big. So, for me, it's the Light Cushion model all the way. 5Skeptical at first, but now I'm sold.**********two year update: Socks are still as good as new!**********One year update: Still no complaints. Actually, I can not see any signs of wear. These socks are awesome!**********Six month update: The socks have not stretched even one thread. No sign of wear at all. They are worn, washed and dried weekly. I will be giving a one year update in six month. So far, not even one complaint with this product!**********I ordered the XL size as I have a wide foot. I ordered just one pair to test the fit and it was perfect. for me. My shoe size is 10.5 but I have to buy shoes in the 11 -11.5 size because most don't come in a wide style. These socks fit is a bit tight, but not enough to be uncomfortable and they don't leave elastic marks on your calves like the cotton socks do. I then ordered more pairs as these will become my work socks of choice.Also, I'm on my feet for a 12 hour shift and I have to wear steal toed shoes. Anyone that has to wear these know that sizing is not only a hit and miss, but also almost never a perfect fit. These socks, being thicker than cotton socks help fill the "looseness" of having to wear a shoe a half, to a size larger because of the non giving of the toe area of steal toed shoes. 5Runs smallI am the world's most frugal person - paying over $20 dollars for a single pair of socks gave me a panic attack with a load of regret.I'm deployed - the preferred pair of boots I brought with me are Men's barefoot boots - I'm a female, so my heel slides around and rubs skin away when I wear my worn out, cheep "3 pairs for $9" boot socks - I figured that I needed an upgradewhen I got these I was still worried (because for $20 they better be magic socks)... until I put them on... they are SOOOOOO comfy! they are very thick and sturdy - so if my heel did slide around they would act as a second skin. these are super soft... this week was the 4th time I've worn them and, even with the terrible washer/dryers out here, they were still soft. the cushioning hasn't worn down yet.Sizing... the pair I ordered fits perfectly BUT according to the sizing chart I ordered 2 sizes up - I wear men's shoe size 6 (which should be a small), but I ordered a large (in a care package I received on a previous deployment I got a pair of Darntough socks size small and they are really tight and uncomfortable so I had the advanced knowledge to order bigger)If you buy these (one to two sizes bigger than your shoe size) you will NOT regret it! 5$25 for a pair of socks? Surely you jest!$25 for a pair of socks? Surely you jest!Turns out, that's a bargain... and don't call me Shirley. Allow me to expound. I'm a wildland firefighter with my foot in a tall leather boot 16-20hrs a day. I'm a size 10 boot and the Large size sock fit perfect. I always wear Merino wool, usually packages of 4 for $24 or so. But I will say, that these socks, hold up the best, feel taller and way softer. It's like wrapping your foot in a freakin' summer cloud made of your mother's hugs. I have every intention of buying another pair or two at least once a year until I'm overrun with these precious things... like woolen zombie virus outbreak in my sock drawer. I wear them year round with any footwear, dress shoes or sneakers, you bet. If anyone comments, I just dead stare them out and ask, "And where were you on 9/11? (for the record, I was a toddler but they assume me not to be someone to be trifled with and they move along)WARNING: If wear these socks and expect the following side effects:-Increased Confidence-Adding 2" + to your height-Benching more weight-All male offspring-Chiseled Jawline-Short Hard-Rock intros to play any time you enter a room-And best of all, every time you put them on, somewhere in the world, a pair of Crocs melt.So what are you waiting for, take out a second mortgage on your home, and add these priceless beauties to your wardrobe. 5These really are Darn ToughOut of my duty to the Amazon community, I wore these bad boys for a week straight while climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. I just had to know, are these really darn tough?The first thing I wanted to test was the smell... I mean, some reviews are claiming hours upon hours of hard work and no smell? That can't be true, and it certainly didn't hold up over a week of hardcore hiking. However, while my boots stunk for weeks afterwards, I do have to say that once I got these socks off my feet and hung up, they really didn't smell so bad. Given what they went through, that's kind of a miracle!How else did they hold up? Frankly, I can't believe how comfortable and awesome these socks were. Not only did they keep me warm/cool depending on the temperature, they fit like a glove and had no hotspots whatsoever. For summit night I put on REI Smartwool socks with an inner merino wool sock from Costco (they told us we had to wear two layers), and I got at least two or three bad blisters due to all the rubbing. I regretted ever switching from these socks.As for how they look now, they literally look brand new. As other reviews have mentioned, I can't even tell I wore them through the trek! Overall with the lifetime warranty and the experience I've had with them on the mountain, this has been one of my best purchases on Amazon. Highly recommend them! 5
Darn Tough Boot Cushion Sock - Men's Lime Medium

Darn Tough Boot Cushion Sock - Men's Lime Medium

4.7
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Regular price
AU$ 96.00
Sale price
AU$ 96.00
Regular price
AU$ 160.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (AU$ 64.00)