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  Smartwool Women's PhD Running Ultra Light Micro Socks

Smartwool Women's Phd Running UL Micro Socks

Smartwool Women's PhD Running Ultra Light Micro Socks
Retail Price: $15.95
Our Price: $10.83
You save $5.12!
Model Year: 2013&T

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 4040065030711



Description Technical Specs
Want something tough enough for the trail, but pretty enough for the coffee shop?  The new Smartwool Women's PhD Running Ultra Light Micro Socks are great for mild weather and shorter distances, without the tan line. Thanks to ReliaWool Technology in high density impact zones, these socks are sure to outrun your running shoes. Simply put, this little gal offers SmartWool performance without added bulk.


  • New 4 Degree Elite Fit System uses two elastics for greater stretch and recovery to keep the sock in place for skin tight performance feel
  • Patent pending ReliaWool Technology in high impact areas provides the longer lasting protection to keep feet comfortable
  • Low profile and durable virtually seamless toe
  • Alternating 1x1 welt
  • 1.5" overall height

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 2 Write a review

Nice supportive running sock April 23, 2014
Reviewer: Rachel rainey from Eugene oregon  
Really like these for running although if worn too long they get tight across top of foot near ankle.

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the best running socks ever December 30, 2009
Reviewer: Lauren in Boston from Boston, MA  
These socks wear and wash well

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