SW36W | Moderate 15-20 mmHg
Women's S/M & M/L
Spandex throughout the Sock
Graduated Compression Leg
Turn Welt Top
Seamless Toe Closure
32% Merino Wool
31% Bamboo Rayon
32% Stretch Nylon
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I backcountry ski almost every weekend, so for Christmas all I asked for was ski socks. When I received a pair of Goodhew women's socks I was a little hesitant since I'd never heard of it. Well today I tried them out, in 6-30 degrees (F) temperatures and they worked great!! Definitely recommend them!
Goodhew socks are...the first socks I've ever put on my feet that seem to massage and support them like nothing I've placed on my feet before. I think the rest of my body is a little jealous as it has started having little pains ever since my feet became that comfortable.
...I must say these Goodhew are the best! I have beat them hard and they are holding up. I sent a few pairs to be tested at the military test facility. The 50 wash cycle testing results were a pass. For me, they don't fall down!
Oh my goodness what a relief I feel for my tired, achy feet and legs! Best socks ever. I am in and out of my car all day then sitting in front of a computer and the first day I knew they were amazing, the second day I am in love! I can't wait to fly somewhere to see how they feel. My feet don't touch the floor on planes, can't wait to fly. Thank you, Elliott's Boots for suggesting to me to try these socks! I am sold and want many other colors.
Goodhew makes a product that will rock your socks off....giving you cause to put on another pair of Goodhew's......that will also be rocked off.....a vicious (yet, deliciously comfortable) cycle.
I spent 4 days trekking in Peru, high in the Andes and into the edge of the Amazon Jungle. Of all the gear I hand-picked for this 36 mile trip with 7000 total feet of elevation gain and 5000 total feet of elevation loss, I was most impressed with my Taos Crew socks. I wore the same pair for the first 3 days of the hike...we hiked nearly 30 hours, often straight uphill or on unnerving downhill grades. Through all of that, my feet were kept warm at a misty/rainy 14,000 feet, and cool at a jungle-humid 8,500 feet. Prone to blisters, I had none on this trip...for that I'm incredibly thankful.