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Carhartt A111

Carhartt Extremes Arctic Boot Sock

Reg Price: $15.00
Now: $7.99

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•  83% Wool/ 6% Acrylic/ 5% Nylon/ 5% Polyester/ 1% Spandex
•  FastDry® technology wicks away sweat and fights odors
•  The tried and true cold weather, heavyweight, wool sock lets you outwork them all with maximum warmth and protection
•  Non-binding stretch top
•  Reinforced in the heel and toe to resist abrasion and extend durability
•  Spandex and non-terry vent reduce bulk at the ankle for comfort
•  CLOSEOUT COLORS
•  This product is imported
 
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 20 reviewers
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The absolute best
February 9, 2016

From: Age: 55-64 Gender: Male
A co-worker and I bought several pairs of these socks 10 years ago. I still have mine. He wore his out the first year. He complained about how cheap they were. Until I asked him one simple question, do you wear your socks around the house without shoes or slippers? I haven't heard him complain since. Isn't a sock made that will last without protection. These Artic socks are the best I have ever had. And still walkin'. And I work outside every day.
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5 / 5
Best Sock
December 12, 2015

From: Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
These are the warmest socks I've ever worn hands down!!! They fit well,comfortable, and last. I've used a pair for 6 years and headed to buy some more. This will be the only sock I'll wear when it's cold!!!!
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5 / 5
Thick and Warm
March 1, 2012

From: Allenstown, NH Age: 55-65 Gender: Female
Washes well, keeps its shape and is thick and warm.
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March 1, 2012

From: Ca. Age: 55-65 Gender: Male
Heel wore out quickly. Bought same type before buy these were not as good a quality.
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Great socks - A little bit small
March 1, 2012

From: East coast Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
Great winter socks! - They are a bit smaller than I thought they should be.
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Great socks--warm and durable
February 20, 2012

From: wa Age: 35-44 Gender: Female
These are my husbands favorite socks to wear. They are thick, warm and comfortable and they are high quality. I need to buy more for his collection.
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GREAT SOCKS
October 12, 2011

From: PEABODY MA. Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
These are great socks they are very worm and seem to wick the sweat away so your feet are more comfortable. I live up north and it realy gets cold in the winter so these are a must.
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Great socks
September 14, 2011

From: Bear, DE Age: 55-65 Gender: Male
Carhartt socks are all I wear, nice and thick padding on these and great fit on all of their socks.
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Only socks I wear
September 13, 2011

From: Palisade, Colorado Age: 55-65 Gender: Male
Keeps your feet warm in winter, dry in summer. And they cushion your feet, what more could you want?
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Good socks
September 13, 2011

From: Seattle, WA Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
Purchased for working up in Alaska while commercial fishing. They held up well and kept feet warm and comfortable, even with leaking waders. Don't have really anything to complain about.
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