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Bridgedale Hike Women’s Midweight Merino Performance Boot


Year-round Merino sock for outdoor lovers. Offers dryness, comfort, and durability with a snug, irritation-free fit. Trusted by many.

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Product Description

Women’s Merino Outdoor Sock: Year-Round Comfort & Durability

Year-round sock for outdoor enthusiasts, ensuring dry and comfortable feet. Formerly the “Women’s Trekker”, this hiking sock set new standards for women. The Hike Midweight Merino Performance offers dryness, comfort, and durability through Merino Fusion Technology. It features zonal padding, balanced insulation, and moisture-wicking properties. The fit is snug, prevents slipping, and has a flat toe seam to reduce irritation. Designed with Lycra®, it maintains its shape post-wash. This popular sock is trusted by many but never outdone.

  • Performance Fit
  • Womens Fit
  • Moisture Management
  • ThermoFit
  • Flat toe seam
  • Forward Flex
  • ShockZones
  • Y-Heel

Tech Specs

  • Materiaali: 26% villa / 18% merinovilla / 37% nylon / 21% Endurofil-polypropyleeni / 1% elastaani
  • Pehmustetut varpaat, jalkapohjat ja akillesjänteet
  • Varren pituus: 20 cm
  • Konepestävät (40 ˚C hienopesu)

Size Charts


Size UK Europe USA CMS
Small 3-4.5 35-37 4-6 21.0-23.5
Medium 5-6.5 38-40 6.5-8 23.0-25.0
Large 7-8.5 41-43 8.5-10 25.0-27.0



Bridgedale Outdoor Ltd. is the market leader in technical outdoor socks. The company was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Macclesfield, UK. The company has a factory in Northern Ireland and has been knitting socks in Newtownards since the First World War, when the first army socks were made. Bridgedale socks are available in more than 40 countries around the world.

Animal welfare is important to Bridgedale, and the company is committed to the highest animal welfare standards and only buys wool from suppliers who commit to IWTO guidelines. The company also requires its suppliers to confirm in writing that all the wool they produce comes from non-mulesed sheep.