Smartwool PhD Pro Free Ski Sock - Women's

Smartwool PhD Pro Free Ski Sock - Women's
Smartwool PhD Pro Free Ski Sock - Women's
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PhD Pro Free Ski Sock - Women's by Smartwool
The Women's PhD Pro Free Ski Sock is Smartwool's elite level sock for skiing like a pro. Its merino wool blend excels at thermal regulation to keep warm when your foot's cold, and vice versa. Smartwool blended nylon and elastane with merino to amplify the sock's longevity, and 4 Degree Elite Fit uses different elastics at different parts of the sock to ensure a solid fit in ski boots.

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SKU: SWL016K
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