Bridgedale Explorer Heavyweight Boot Sock

Bridgedale Explorer Heavyweight Boot Sock
Bridgedale Explorer Heavyweight Boot Sock
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Explorer Heavyweight Boot Sock by Bridgedale
The Explorer Heavyweight Boot Sock is one of the warmest options from Bridgedale. It's meant for expeditions in cold environments. Bridgedale built it out of a merino wool blend for balanced insulation, moisture management, and outstanding durability. It has a supportive fit that won't slip down or bunch when you're halfway up the mountain.

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SKU: GAR004Y
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