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Showers Pass National Geographic CP Waterproof Wool Sock
Showers Pass National Geographic CP Waterproof Wool Sock
Showers Pass National Geographic CP Waterproof Wool Sock
Showers Pass National Geographic CP Waterproof Wool Sock

Showers Pass
National Geographic CP Waterproof Wool Sock

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Every great adventure calls for great gear

While they may feel like regular socks, the Showers Pass National Geographic Waterproof Socks are fully windproof and waterproof, thanks to a proprietary 3-layer construction.

Features include a wear-resistant knit exterior, a seamless waterproof breathable Artex membrane, and a moisture-wicking Merino Wool-blend lining. In short, they effectively turn any shoe into a windproof and rainproof solution for inclement weather.

Due to a proprietary 3-D laminating process, the fit is much more ergonomic than other waterproof socks on the market.

Designed to deliver a compression fit with maximum breathability, the Showers Pass National Geographic Waterproof Socks are a necessity for anyone who spends time in the wet outdoors.

Features & Specs:

  • 3-layer construction: Wear resistant knit exterior, a seamless waterproof Artex membrane, and a moisture wicking Merino Wool-blend lining
  • Ergonomic fit due to a proprietary 3-D laminating process
  • Microporous waterproof membrane allows the sock to ventilate in order to decrease sweat accumulation
  • Inner: 39% Merino Wool, 39% Acrylic, 13% Polyester, 7% Nylon
  • Outer: 80% Nylon, 14% Polyester, 4% Lycra, 2% Spandex
  • Moisture wicking, anti-microbial lining
  • Mid-calf waterproof protection
  • Machine wash with cold water and tumble dry on low heat or hang dry to avoid any shrinkage

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Cuff Height: Crew 

 

Fabric Type: Wool / Wool Blend 

Nat Geo Black - Small

Mfg PartNum: DW610-NATG-SMD 

Nat Geo Black - Medium

Mfg PartNum: DW610-NATG-MLG 

Nat Geo Black - Large

Mfg PartNum: DW610-NATG-LXL 

Nat Geo Black - X-Large

Mfg PartNum: DW610-NATG-XXL 

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Good warm sock for winter riding.
by tpcritter
Cycling Enthusiast
Hood River, Oregon

Sock is a bit stiffer than comparable products from other brands but these socks do a great job of keeping your feet warm as long as you have enough extra room in your shoes. I wear them with a pair of Sidi Gore lined winter shoes and they work great. The issue is really around their flexibility and comfort, they feel stiff when you first put them on, but in a cycling shoe that is not a big deal. Great fishing socks as well.

Reviewed 2/10/2021
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A good cold weather sock, but over-hyped
by Yaksnki
Cycling Enthusiast
Usk, WA

It's not as warm as the marketing hype would lead you to believe. The water/windproofness of the sock is the strongest point IMO. It's not any warmer than the heavier wool cycling socks I have. Overall, it is a very usable cold weather cycling sock.

Reviewed 2/8/2021
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Thick as a Brick
by Evan Trent
Daily Commuter
Florida

These are some seriously stout socks. They are thicker than I expected and are a bit of a struggle to put on and take off due to their somewhat rigid structure. However, they are extremely comfortable and very warm.

So far I've worn them in temperatures between 45 and 70 degrees in well ventilated shoes (Adidas Trailcross) and the socks have exceeded expectations. I thought they might be too warm for the mild Florida winters, but even at 70 degrees my feet did not overheat. I don't plan on putting them to the waterproof test, as our rainy season is in the summer.

Reviewed 12/22/2020
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Don't buy them
by Anonymous
portland

Not a good cycling sock it's too thick !

Reviewed 2/8/2021
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