Socks

Beginning socks are especially the salvation of long walks and hiking, when it is connected to another sock: one sitting and thin socks against the skin and the other with airier socks. The most important task of the alley socks is to transfer possible rubbing between the two layers of sock and not directly to the skin. The UPHILLSORT crashes are made of pleasant, breathable Nativa sea wool.

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Sukkamestarit | SA-M05 - monikerrossukat, merinovillaaSukkamestarit | SA-M05 - monikerrossukat, merinovillaa
SA-M05 - Multi-layer socks, merino wool Sale price11,60€ Regular price12,90€
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UphillSport | Malla - liner-sukat ulkoiluunUphillSport | Malla - liner-sukat ulkoiluun
Malla - liner socks for outdoor activities Sale price14,90€Thin texture - Comfortable on the skin
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UphillSport | Teijo - liner-sukat ulkoiluunUphillSport | Teijo - liner-sukat ulkoiluun
Teijo - liner socks for outdoor activities Sale price13,40€ Regular price14,90€Thin texture - Comfortable on the skin
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UphillSport | Contact - tekniset sukat tactical-käyttöönUphillSport | Contact - tekniset sukat tactical-käyttöön
Contact - technical socks for tactical use Sale price12,90€Seamless tip - Prevents chafing

An undersock is a lifesaver, especially on long walks and hikes, when paired with another sock: one pair of snug, thin socks against the skin and another pair of airier socks on top. The main function of the socks is to transfer any chafing between the two layers of socks, rather than directly to the skin. The socks and the two-sock technique need to be paired with shoes that are loose enough to allow the foot to move and the blood to circulate properly through the feet.

In addition to a snug fit, you should prefer breathable materials in your socks. Made by Sockmasters, these underwear are made from merino wool with technical synthetic fibres added for added flexibility and wear resistance. Merino wool is pleasantly soft, highly breathable and moisture wicking. This means that your feet stay dry even on long journeys. Merino wool dries quickly, so you can hang socks that feel damp in the corner of your backpack on a hike. This way they're ventilated and dried fresh again for the next stop.