For socks that are just as tough as the kids who wear them, choose the Carhartt brand known for legendary durability and comfort. These fully cushioned girls' cold weather socks have ankle vents to reduce bulk inside boots and fight the toughest odors as a result of kids who work and play hard.
- FastDry® technology wicks away sweat
- Fights odors
- Full cushion footbed for additional comfort and performance
- Reinforced yarn in the heel and toe for increased durability
- Engineered arch support for a better fit
67% Acrylic, 18% Wool, 14% Nylon, 1% Lycra-Spandex
Machine Wash Cold With Like Colors. Do Not Bleach. Tumble Dry Low, Remove Promptly. Do Not Iron. Do Not Dry Clean.
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Carhartt Girls Cold Weather Boot Socks is rated
Rated 2 out of
Pink tax on quality
Wish I could find high percentage wool socks for females from Carhartt. In my BF sale haste I bought the Girls and Boys version and Women and Men's version of the cold weather boot socks. The men now have 75% wool cold weather boot socks for winter and the females are getting 69% acrylic cold weather boot socks. Wool is the sought after feature in cold weather boot socks, I think the packaging and product are too similar for such a great drop in the female socks material. All because I know the gift receiver would prefer the female sock color and size.
Socks could be sold fairly at the same price or higher with "Acrylic" more prominently featured .
Date published: 2018-12-12