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|One Size||6 - 11||39 - 45||39 - 45||39 - 45||39 - 45||6 - 11|
- 3 Pair Pack
- Standard toe seams
- 80% Cotton, 17% Polyester, 3% Elastane
- Machine Wash
- Standard cuffs
- Chunky yarn; Cushioned sole, heel and toe
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Chunky, satisfyingly weighty and comfortably soft in a thick cotton rich blended yarn, this triple pack of men’s Jeep Luxury Terrain Socks are rugged and outdoorsy, perfect for wearing with heavy hiking boots. Aside from their obvious good looks and the warm, yet breathable benefits of their composition, Jeep Luxury Terrain Socks are designed to protect, with a fully cushioned footbed, heel and toe, adding comfort while reducing shock from impacts, and a thickly ribbed leg for a secure fit and abrasion defence.
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Thick socks with extra support just where it's needed. On a 3 hour hike I didn't notice them, so they did their job well. If you wear boots for walking or work you should get a pair of these.
EDIT: Have since worn them on 15 hour full day hikes, long mountain hikes and up Snowdon - they performed perfectly. Hands down the best walking socks I've ever bought.
SECOND EDIT: These are still performing well almost a year down the line. I go on at least one 15 mile walk per week and have tackled some of the UK's highest peaks in them. Still strongly recommended!
I wear these t work outside and in mid-December started to get cold feet. as some of my work colleagues were complaining as well I thought nothing of it. By the start of January, I was starting to get cold feet into the evenings after working my shift. The situation got so bad I had to visit the GP who undertook some tests. A few days later I was in the house with cold feet again so I just took my Jeep socks off and went barefoot for a few hours - my feet started to warm up. I then wore some older, different branded socks for my next few shifts and my feet was substantially warmer in similar working temperatures.
I can only deduce that the circulation to my feet was caused by the strong elasticity of the socks around my calf region. This has been mentioned by a few other reviewers as well.
I researched at some length before buying these, but obviously not enough. The problem is, that I just can't find a pair of running or footballing socks which actually Fit somebody of a size 11 which are comfy, and Last! My friends often wear size 11s to fit their size 9 feet, so where do We Go?
These Jeepers are just comfy enough, but "Jeep Luxury Terrain Socks" they are not, and after an 11-mile run, and I come home cold, wet, and clapped out, I've little to no energy to get the darned things off. Putting them on for work in the morning isn't much better either, and I'm forced to sit down to do it whether I want to or not.
It's a product - like many other sock manufacturers - with potential, but the Growth needs to be in the size they make them too. As I say, Jeepers are Not alone in this. If you have under size 11 feet then I can only advise that you buy x2 Sizes Up to be satisfied in this brand. For me, unfortunately, I don't aspire to the 'Golden Lotus', or have hobbled feet, so it's been a Huge waste and a disappointment. To be honest, I'd rather have paid the Full cost of these x3 pairs, to have just x1 pair that actually does the job well!
Sorry about that...
"Size 11 feet Matter!"
Mr. Limpopo, on behalf of David Okangba
(Penzance, Cornwall, England)
These are really good value compared to the Chinese things on here that seem okay at first but fall apart.
My only complaint is that they are right on my chunky welly filling calves. The sock tops do stay up on me but are fully stretched. Will have to see if the elastic survives.