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Compression Sock - Ultralight

Epic hikes, marathons, and long days of work are tough on your feet - but you don’t have to do all that work alone. Our ultralight merino wool compression socks are the perfect addition to a long, active day. Moderate compression helps prevent swelling ankles, tired legs, and blistering feet. Without being too tight, these socks hug your calves and stay up all day for a dry, comfortable fit.

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▪︎ Tired feet should be able to breathe. Our moisture-wicking merino wool keeps your feet dry and comfortable when you’re working up a sweat.

▪︎ With our ultra soft merino wool blend, you can expect itch-free comfort from dawn to dusk.

▪︎ A long day — whether at work or on the trail — is hard enough without smelly feet. Our naturally odor-resistant merino wool keeps yours smelling fresh after a day of exertion.

▪︎ Ultralight socks should be durable, too. Our reinforced heel and toe provide extra backup for those days when you ask a little more from your feet.

▪︎ Moderate compression is the balm you’ve been looking for. These socks help prevent and soothe aching legs, sore muscles, and swelling — perfect for a quick recovery.

▪︎ Trail tested for quality in the Pacific Northwest.

▪︎ American Made from Quality Materials: The perfect blend of 56% Ultra Soft Merino Wool, 29% Nylon, and 15% Spandex.

▪︎ Ultralight Weight: Our lightest compression sock — keeps you cool while you’re working hard.

▪︎ Compression Level: 15 mmHg — moderate compression.

▪︎ Over-the-calf Height: Covers your foot, ankle, and calf for maximum support and coverage.

▪︎ Easy Care: Always wash inside out to prevent pilling. Machine wash and dry warm, do not bleach. Can also be hand washed and line dried on the trail.

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If you wear out a pair of Cloudline socks our team is here to get them replaced with our simple warranty process so you can get back on the trail.

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