Merino Wool Ribbed Crew Socks

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Merino Wool Ribbed Crew Socks

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Our socks are known for their exceptional feel and durability. Made in Italy from merino wool and nylon. Handlinked toes. Machine wash. Also available in over-the-calf.

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Our socks are known for their exceptional feel and durability. Made in Italy from merino wool and nylon. Handlinked toes. Machine wash. Also available in over-the-calf.

Item# 052D
 
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by tends to shrink after washing,but will still fit September 10, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Socks which come in sizes For those of us with feet that are rather large, the normal socks often feel too small--especially if they shrink a bit. These socks wear well, look fine, and are not too small! November 16, 2011
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King = Large
Rg = Regular
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King: Shoe sizes 12-16
Reg: Shoe sizes 7.5-12
Shrinkage – 3%
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Hello, thank you for your inquiry. The main difference between our King and Regular Merino Wool Ribbed Crew Socks is the actual foot size. Regular fits from sizes 7-12 whereas the King fits sizes 12-16.

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