Mountain Athlete Triad Sock
3 Layer Seamless Construction
Mountain Athlete Triad Sock Details
- Next to Skin
- Sizing: Size 9 and under should order Small. 10 and up should order size Large
- Three Layer Seamless Construction
- Naturally odor resistant
- Mid Weight Upper
- Heavyweight Padded Foot Bed
- Ankle and Arch Lock Foot Support
- 45% Merino / 53% Nylon / 2% Spandex
How It's Built
- Material: Merino Wool Blend
- Cut: Accessory
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 2.6oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
Purchased these socks for daily field work and spring turkey hunting. They have held up excellently, and are very versatile. You can wear them on their own, or use them as liners for cold weather. My feet get fairly sweaty, yet these socks have minimal smell after a couple days of use.
I wore these with the aerowool boot top base layers to create a great pairing of temp regulating gear. I wore these socks as often as I could and was pleased with the fit and it remaining very true to original size, even after hunting for several days without being washed. I also walked around in them for approximately two hours stalking a small herd of elk. After the successful stalk, I had to retrieve my dropped gear and boots; the socks were covered in stickers and dirt, but after properly caring for them, they look and feel brand new!
I also wear these socks from time to time while working and find they work well in that capacity as well.
These socks are awesome and very versatile for varying temps. I have used them in mid to high 70s down into the mid 30s so far. They have not disappointed. I will be ordering more.
I wore these socks in early September for bow hunting Roosevelt elk in Oregon. Perfect sock for warmer temps. Kept my feet from sweating and stayed up on my calf all day. I wear a 12 .5 boot and thought the socks fit perfectly.
It took me a while to pull the trigger on these socks two years ago. The less than confidence boosting reputation of light weight wool socks being a durability issue had kept me from placing an order.
No where do these socks reflect that poor reputation. I bought two pair two years ago and have more miles in all seasons on these socks than I could reflect. Training hikes in the summer, miles in the spring shed hunting and fall/winter hunting seasons for everything from pronghorn and elk to pheasants and waterfowl, these friends of feet have endured. Most of the time I wear these to work too. You can't go wrong.