Hike Crew Anti Blister System
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For optimum performance please launder before first wear. Wash inside out warm. No bleach. No fabric softener. Tumble dry no heat or line dry.
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Used these for scout summer camp with new hiking boots and no blisters!
I was incredibly disappointed with these socks. First off, I paid out the nose for these socks & a high shipping cost, but they mislabelled my package and I ended up paying double the cost in customs fees because they don't know how to properly fill out the forms. It's just a simple matter of the incorrect box being checked, it's almost like they intentionally want their customers to get charged extra for no reason.
I ordered 4 pairs; one came with a loose toe seam straight out of the package, and the first pair my hubby wore also immediately blew out along a toe seam, so the outer layer on two pairs both have a gaping hole that rolls back over the inner layer. The second pair he tried had a messy, bunched up toe seam; it's all crooked and wadded up with uneven stitches and he says all the extra uneven material bunches up under his toes and creates a painful toejam while he's working all day.
So now I've paid about $180 in total for ONE SINGLE pair of socks, and I'm wondering if they're also going to be defective as soon as he tries to wear them. Apparently I'm more than welcome to return the defective socks, but that's also going to be a cost out of my pocket and frankly I've already paid way too much in shipping on these crappy things.
If I could give them a zero-star rating, I would. Will never purchase again and would not recommend to anyone else either, these were just a total waste of money.