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Wolf Tooth Wooligan Triangle Socks

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Description

A cyclist can never have too many socks! 

We ride in variable conditions and when the temperature drops, we need a good pair of wool socks to keep us dry and comfortable.  The Wolf Tooth Wooligan socks feature a 75% blend of TURBOwool.  This is a 50/50 blend of polypropylene and Merino wool.  With extra padding on the bottom of the foot, you will stay dry and warm in the worst conditions.  

Features:

  • 8" cuff.
  • Arch support.
  • Moisture wicking channels. 
  • 75% TURBO wool.  Consists of 50% polypropylene and 50% Merino.  
  • Itch-free. 

 

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4.3

Nothing fancy. Works.

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A bit thin for winter. Otherwise, definitely great for summer. Feels very regular material. Nothing fancy.

Treat your feet

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Excellent weight and comfort. Merino keeping temps in the Goldilocks zone.

Cool socks man.

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Cool socks man.

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Nothing fancy. Works.

by

A bit thin for winter. Otherwise, definitely great for summer. Feels very regular material. Nothing fancy.

Treat your feet

by

Excellent weight and comfort. Merino keeping temps in the Goldilocks zone.

Cool socks man.

by -

Cool socks man.

Specifications

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Wolf Tooth Wooligan Triangle Socks9795
Black - L-XL812719022170
Black - S-M812719022187

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