We're not claiming the Darn Tough Men's Captain Stripe Micro Crew lightweight hiking socks will save the world, but they're guaranteed to hold their ground. Light and breathable with cushion that adds spring to each step, these naturally thermo-regulating Merino wool socks will give you that extra push when the going gets tough. And as always, Darn Tough backs up its tough promise with an unconditional lifetime guarantee.
- Cushion: light
- Weight: lightweight
- Height: 3/4 crew
- Performance fit for no slipping, bunching or blisters
- Fine gauge knitting for durability
- Fast action wicking pulls moisture away from skin
- Merino wool regulates temperature
- Made in the USA
- Lifetime guarantee
Great lite sock to keep bugs off your ankles. Smooth on the trail, not too hot for Summer.
I wanted to try these light cushion socks for a while now and finally got the chance. However, my dog got to them before I could even wear them and put a few holes in them... Otherwise they are nice socks and I still wear them
Another great purchase! Over the past year we purchased several styles of Darn Tough from go bro’s. We've purchased almost exclusively on Go Bro’s, opposed to Rei or Darn Tough.
These socks are costly but, Go bro’s frequently offers 20% off. Sometimes styles can be out of stock but, if you give it a few weeks they’ll likely come back in stock. Laundered inside out and hung to air dry.
Reference picture for height. Full cushion boot (plain black) and another star and stripe sock from darn tough (that one is a different material, more elastic).
Quick deliver and usually the best price. Can’t beat it!
I feel American as heck in theses bad boys. These socks give you bald eagles wings and why shouldn’t they, they are made in the USA baby. Strap these socks on and enjoy the sweet smell of freedom as you soar above the clouds dropping red, white, and blue turds on your enemies below. But for real darn tough socks are the best and you can’t go wrong with these.
I returned them...i bought the for my son and they were the wrong type, he wanted shorter topped socks.