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Bridgedale Stormsock Midweight Boot Socks

49,90 

This lightweight, close-fitting, unisex sock is 100% waterproof and perfect for outdoor activities when maximum breathability and minimal insulation are needed.

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Product Description

Bridgedale Stormsock Midweight Boot Socks

Bridgedale’s most popular and best-selling boot length For warmth and cushioning, StormSock has a dense, resilient terry pad footbed, heel, and ankle. The sock is made of merino wool, which is known for its anti-bacterial, anti-odor, and moisture management properties. It will keep your feet warm, dry, and comfortable. The nylon outer layer of the sock protects the Hydrotech waterproof and breathable membrane from boot abrasion. This boot length is designed to sit comfortably above the ankle cuff of normal walking boots.

  • Waterproof & Breathable
  • Performance Fit
  • Moisture Management
  • Flat toe seam
  • ShockZones
  • Windproof
  • 4 Way Stretch
  • Elasticated Arch
  • Durable Outer

Tech Specs

Fibre Contents
Outer : 95% Nylon, 5% Elastane
Inner : 54% Merino, 36% Polyester, 7.5% Nylon, 2.5% Elastane
Membrane : 100% PU

Size Charts

UNISEX / MEN’S

Size UK Europe USA CMS
Small 3-5.5 36-39 4-6.5 22.0-24.5
Medium 6-8.5 40-43 7-9.5 24.5-27.0
Large 9-11.5 44-47 10-12.5 27.0-29.0
X-Large 12+ 48+ 13+ 29.0+

Reviews

Bridgedale

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.