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4-Pack Fun Toes Men's Heavy Duty Prime Merino Wool Socks

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everyclickadeal via eBay Daily Deals has 4-Pack Fun Toes Men's Heavy Duty Prime Merino Wool Socks on sale for $19.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Made from 50% Merino Wool, 40% Nylon, 9% Polyester, & 1% Spandex
  • Will keep you feeling warm on the coldest of days, but the socks are still lightweight and stretchy for a comfy fit
  • Sizes 8 to 12
  • Odor-fighting properties to keep your feet fresh

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everyclickadeal via eBay Daily Deals [ebay.com] has Men heavy duty PRIME Merino Wool Socks 4 Pack for winter ski & trailing ($5/pair) for $19.99. Shipping is Free
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For actual good winter socks, the percentage of wool and type of wool both matter.

Merino wool is MUCH more comfortable for most people (it's softer, more finely woven and much less itchy), Generally the higher the content merino wool, the better (at least warmer) the sock should be. Also note there are thin, medium weight and heavy weight/duty (thickest) weaves so buy according to your specific needs.

Nylon is generally the next highest percentage component because it wears really well, meaning it is very resilient to thinning, tearing and ripping.

If you want to get a lot of life out of decent quality and above Merino wool socks (really any socks for that matter), wash them somewhat sparingly (which is more reasonable with wool socks) and always air dry (or at least as as often as realistically able) the heat from the dryer is hard on both the wool and the nylon, which again, should be the two most abundant components in good quality and above winter/cold weather socks.

There is a reason the informed outdoor enthusiasts say "cotton kills", same goes for socks, cotton is fantastic for primary sock construction UNLESS/until it gets wet, once it's wet it quickly becomes a liability, especially in the cold, but also in general because the fibers fill with water and stay wet which then quickly can cause all other sorts of issues.

Sorry if this is TLDR or repetitive, wish someone would have explained some of this to me much earlier in my life. 😖🥴🤦
35% wool
These off-brand socks all come from the same row of factories in Zhangjiagang, PRC. They are using recycled wool products, or wool rejected from the Unitex factory. The fit is fine, but they wear faster on the soles than a premium wool hiker.
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Nice find. Got some
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Alternatively, https://www.ebay.com/itm/153697108897 is even less expensive. Add two 3-pair packs to the cart for 20% off and the total is $20.60 for six pairs shipped free.
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Quote from SharpDesk9865 :
Alternatively, https://www.ebay.com/itm/153697108897 is even less expensive. Add two 3-pair packs to the cart for 20% off and the total is $20.60 for six pairs shipped free.
35% wool
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got a link? i could not find on amazon
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These are, according to the description.

MERINO WOOL 50% , NYLON 40%, POLYESTER 9% & SPANDEX 1%
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Combined with Amex Offers (YMMV) Spend $15 get $5 back. Thanks OP.
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Alternatively, https://www.ebay.com/itm/153697108897 is even less expensive. Add two 3-pair packs to the cart for 20% off and the total is $20.60 for six pairs shipped free.
How are the wool socks from this brand? Can't find reviews
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For those interested. 50% merino wool, 40% nylon, etc
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got a link? i could not find on amazon
https://www.amazon.com/FUN-TOES-M...B0192BWXMU

These are $28.xx for 6 pairs. Not sure if exactly sane or some difference
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For actual good winter socks, the percentage of wool and type of wool both matter.

Merino wool is MUCH more comfortable for most people (it's softer, more finely woven and much less itchy), Generally the higher the content merino wool, the better (at least warmer) the sock should be. Also note there are thin, medium weight and heavy weight/duty (thickest) weaves so buy according to your specific needs.

Nylon is generally the next highest percentage component because it wears really well, meaning it is very resilient to thinning, tearing and ripping.

If you want to get a lot of life out of decent quality and above Merino wool socks (really any socks for that matter), wash them somewhat sparingly (which is more reasonable with wool socks) and always air dry (or at least as as often as realistically able) the heat from the dryer is hard on both the wool and the nylon, which again, should be the two most abundant components in good quality and above winter/cold weather socks.

There is a reason the informed outdoor enthusiasts say "cotton kills", same goes for socks, cotton is fantastic for primary sock construction UNLESS/until it gets wet, once it's wet it quickly becomes a liability, especially in the cold, but also in general because the fibers fill with water and stay wet which then quickly can cause all other sorts of issues.

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How are the wool socks from this brand? Can't find reviews
These off-brand socks all come from the same row of factories in Zhangjiagang, PRC. They are using recycled wool products, or wool rejected from the Unitex factory. The fit is fine, but they wear faster on the soles than a premium wool hiker.
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These off-brand socks all come from the same row of factories in Zhangjiagang, PRC. They are using recycled wool products, or wool rejected from the Unitex factory. The fit is fine, but they wear faster on the soles than a premium wool hiker.
Literally referred to "Sock City" by those in the industry and the locals.
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