Black coolmax military boot liner
Black coolmax military boot liner Features
Black coolmax military boot liner
Black coolmax military boot liner
Coolmax liner sock in black
Liner socks for hiking

J.B. Field's Quick Dry Coolmax Over the Calf Military Boot Liner Sock (3 Pairs)

81XS-06 / 3BN

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  • 1 Year No Risk Guarantee
  • Made in Canada
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  • Made with ethically sourced yarns

This is a soft lightweight military boot liner sock designed to keep your feet comfortable in the harshest conditions. Can be used as a skate/ski liner worn under a thermal wool sock for added blister protection, freshness, and warmth. Field tested by the military and suitable for activities such as hiking, outdoor work and sports.

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Sizes available:
X-Small - (Kids 8-11)
Small - (Men's 1-4/Women's 2-5)
Medium (Women's 5-9 Shoe / Men's 4-8 Shoe)
Large (Men's 8-12 Shoe / Women's 9-13 Shoe)
X-Large (Men's 13-15 Shoe)
  • Content: 78% Coolmax, 18% Nylon, 4% Lycra
  • Designed for the Canadian troops in Afghanistan
  • Odour Control & Blister Prevention - Coolmax wicks away moisture from your feet keeping them dry, smelling fresh and blister free!
  • 15 " Leg - Military Style Over the Calf Length
  • Light Weight: 100-125grams(XS-XL)
  • Made proudly here in Toronto, Canada

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Machine Wash Warm, Wash Inside Out. Do Not Bleach. Tumble Dry Low. Do Not Iron. Do Not Dry Clean.

If any of ourJ.B.Field's socks do not meet your expectations, under our No-Risk Guarantee, we will replace them with ones that do – at no cost for you within 1 year of purchase.

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A Made in Canada Story

Founded in 1877 in Tavistock Ontario, J.B. Field's was origionally set up to manufacture socks for the logging industry. Today it still remains a family owned business focused on making the world's best socks.