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Cabelas.com has 2-Pack Realtree Men's Merino Wool Socks (Brown/Black) on sale for 7.99 now $6.99. Shipping is free w/ promotion code 7HOLIDAY or select free store pickup if stock permits. Thanks jua89420a
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These socks feature fully cushioned reinforced heels and toes, stay-in-place ribbed tops, moisture wicking and heavyweight 70% merino wool. Fits sizes 9-13 in men's. - Randy71

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Use promotion code 7HOLIDAY at checkout to get free shipping.

Regular price is $29.99. I bought two pairs on sale last year and like the quality and feel. Been waiting for them to go on sale again.

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these are thinner and not as soft as costco's (which also aren't that great anymore unfortunately). i bought 4 pairs of these last year and they are the thinnest out of all brands of wool socks that I own, which is probably 5-6 brands most of which are cheapo ones
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Has anyone compared these with the Costco Kirkland version? The Kirkland look similar and you can get a 6 pack shipped free for $16.99, non members pay a 85 cent surcharge. https://www.costco.com/.product.1118232.html
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Large only.
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Site is r-e-a-l-l-y slow right now. Gonna try back later. Hopefully the socks are still available by then.
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nice made in USA in for 3 sets
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Thanks op. Great deal. Large only but if they don't fit me they'll fit my son!
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Has anyone compared these with the Costco Kirkland version? The Kirkland look similar and you can get a 6 pack shipped free for $16.99, non members pay a 85 cent surcharge. https://www.costco.com/.product.1118232.html
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Will be good for skiing this winter, in for one pair
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Has anyone compared these with the Costco Kirkland version? The Kirkland look similar and you can get a 6 pack shipped free for $16.99, non member pay a 85 cent surcharge. https://www.costco.com/Kirkland-S...60948.html

these are thinner and not as soft as costco's (which also aren't that great anymore unfortunately). i bought 4 pairs of these last year and they are the thinnest out of all brands of wool socks that I own, which is probably 5-6 brands most of which are cheapo ones
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Has anyone compared these with the Costco Kirkland version? The Kirkland look similar and you can get a 6 pack shipped free for $16.99, non members pay a 85 cent surcharge. https://www.costco.com/.product.1118232.html
I got these Kirkland ~6 months ago when they hit Slickdeals and they have been great. Not sure how good the Cabellas are. (Darn Tough socks are on another level but the Kirkland are still really good.)
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Thanks OP, in for two pair
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5 percent military discount for those eligible
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thanks OP, in for 2 sets.
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these are thinner and not as soft as costco's (which also aren't that great anymore unfortunately). i bought 4 pairs of these last year and they are the thinnest out of all brands of wool socks that I own, which is probably 5-6 brands most of which are cheapo ones

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