Pendleton Camp Sock

Pendleton Camp Sock
Pendleton Camp Sock
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Camp Sock by Pendleton
Slip into the Pendleton Camp Socks while you're brewing your cowboy coffee outside of your canvas tent, or just waiting for the espresso machine at the office to spit some caffeine into your cup. Part of the National Park Collection, these fun socks feature exclusive Pendleton details for a truly wilderness-inspired look. The lightweight heathered wool blend is ready for year-round wear both indoors and out.

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