Farm To Feet Cokeville Trees Sock - Men's

Farm To Feet Cokeville Trees Sock - Men's
Farm To Feet Cokeville Trees Sock - Men's
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Cokeville Trees Sock - Men's by Farm To Feet
Named after the home of one of many sheep farms supplying Farm To Feet with their merino wool, the Cokeville Trees Socks have boot-friendly top-to-toe cushioning along the instep and up the shaft, plus a wilderness-inspired tree motif that will make you feel like you're home on the range, even in the heart of the city. A merino wool, nylon, and spandex construction, seamless toe closure, and full-density cushioning all come together to help keep you comfortable through all types of weather.

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SKU: FTF000C
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