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Fits kids shoe sizes 5-8.5, ages 7-12 years.

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Deal Genius [dealgenius.com] has 4 Pairs Kids Timberland Socks [dealgenius.com] for $6.65 with free shipping with coupon code SAVEBIG
  • Fits kids shoe sizes 5-8.5, ages 7-12 years old
  • 65% polyester, 21% cotton, 12% nylon, 2% spandex
  • Flexible ribbed sides for comfort fit
  • Reinforced heel and toe for durability
  • Hiking, camping, outdoors, everyday use
  • Dark colors make great dress & Easter socks
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How does they run?
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This may seem like an odd question, but is this made of the same quality as the adult Timberland socks?
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I have the adult Timberland socks in these exact style from 2 years ago. To this week, I still wear one of the pairs at least once to twice a week & they're still plenty comfortable.

Build quality is awesome as I do exercise often in these & I do work with children. No holes or tears yet either.
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I have the adult Timberland socks in these exact style from 2 years ago. To this week, I still wear one of the pairs at least once to twice a week & they're still plenty comfortable.

Build quality is awesome as I do exercise often in these & I do work with children. No holes or tears yet either.
I'm glad your socks are still holding up! i hope these are made of the same quality...
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I see $12 as the price ??
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I see $12 as the price ??
$6.65 with free shipping with coupon code SAVEBIG
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Boy, I'm not sure what y'all are talking about with build quality, mine typically only last a year before they thin out.

That said, Timberland is still my preferred sock since they fit size 13 well and virtually every other sock only goes up to 12. And they are pretty comfortable.
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I find US boy size 7 convert to European size 39, is this sock around European size 39?
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this is 65% polyester socks = stinky feet from your child.

Buy ONLY cotton socks from your kids.
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this is 65% polyester socks = stinky feet from your child.

Buy ONLY cotton socks from your kids.
Cotton is not as breathable as merino wool
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Cotton is not as breathable as merino wool
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Just got my niece some hiking boots. This should pair nicely.
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https://norwaygeographical.com/wool-vs-cotton/

Here is a portion of it, to save you some time.

3. Wool vs. Cotton: Comparison and Differences

Performance and Composition
These two fabrics are not that different in their overall composition and performance because they are both among the softest and most comfortable of the fabrics.

Wool, however, performs considerably better overall by having a longer lifespan and being much more durable than cotton.

It being anti-microbial and odor-resistant are two other important characteristics that add to the longevity and performance of the fabric.

It requires less washing, does not suffer from the typical smell of old clothing and it is extremely durable and flexible as a material.

Wool is also flame-retardant, whereas cotton needs to be treated to be so, otherwise it can light up quite quickly.
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