Smartwool PhD Outdoor Light Mini 3-Pack
- The Smartwool® PhD® Outdoor Light Mini features a light, half-cushioned outdoor sock ideal for light hiking, trail running and biking!
- Sold as a three-pair pack.
- Mini length.
- Ribbed cuff with ankle band for comfort.
- Contoured Flex Zone on topside.
- 4-Degree Banded Fit System construction for performance fit.
- Arch band at upper and lower instep for support.
- WOW technology in High Density Impact Zones (forefoot/heel) to reduce shock and abrasion. Wool on Wool (WOW) technology adds an additional layer of 100% SmartWool® Duroyarn™ to give the PhD sock line up to 30% more durability, performance and comfort.
- SmartWool® infused for moisture, temperature and odor control.
- Duroyarn™ reinforcement for added comfort and durability.
- Strategic Mesh Zones for maximum ventilation.
- 58% wool, 40% nylon, 2% elastane
- Machine wash cold. Line dry.
- Made in the USA.
This product currently has 5 reviews
Customer Fit Survey:
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- 80%"Felt true to size"
- 80%"Felt true to width"
- 60%"No arch support"
What our Customers are Saying
Diane from PNW on October 29, 2016
They fit perfectly although a little tight at the ankle...And I have skinny ankles. They don't ride down when wearing my Bog boots and keep my toes warm and toasty while working outside in the rain. They wash like a dream; no shrinkage or pilling. I will diffently buy more for my sock rotation.
Anonymous on November 8, 2016
I had to return these.They fit really tight around the ankle.
Andrea M from Detroit, MI on December 31, 2016
My husband loves these. For everyday socks they are a bit pricey, but they keep his toes warm in these Michigan winters. Hopefully we can get a few more pairs in his rotation.
Mathieu B from Greensboro, North Carolina on December 9, 2016
Most comfortable socks ever! They're padded but not hot, fits very well and they don't shrink in the wash.
Ross from California on November 4, 2016
As someone who wears through my cheap cotton socks alarmingly quickly, I decided to start trying to pay more for Merino wool socks and see if it was worth it. I haven't had them long enough to know if I'll wear through them as quickly as I do cheap cotton socks, but they do feel great. I'm also someone who runs quite hot, body-temperature-wise, and surprisingly these socks don't feel too warm. One word of warning, the first pair I got, I got at the size recommended on their size chart for my shoe size and that pair feels a little too big/loose. This time I got 1 size smaller than recommended and they're definitely too small. So I recommend you go with the size recommended on the size chart.