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Women's Merino Wool Socks

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BOMBAS SOCK TECH

78% Merino Wool 20% Polyester 2% Spandex

Hand Linked Toe Seam (Invisitoe)

Honeycomb Arch Support System

Stay Up Technology

 

Reinforced footbed for extreme comfort, not overwhelming thickness

No fancy washing instructions; these hold up to the high heat of any dryer and come out perfectly every time

STYLE DETAILS:

Bombas Women's Merino Wool Calf Socks are purpose built for performance, engineered for comfort, and designed to shock people with their handsomeness. Rumor has it they medalled in downhill at the Torino Olympics, but chose to skip the medal ceremony for some extra hot tub time.

One Pair Purchased = One Pair Donated

HAPPINESS GUARANTEE:

Our #1 priority here at Bombas is your happiness. Which means we stand by our product 100%, no matter what, no questions asked, no holds barred, no ifs, no ands, no buts. If you have a problem, we will solve it. Refund it. Overnight you new socks. Whatever it takes. Just reach out to our Customer Happiness Team. We're here for you. Happiness. Guaranteed.

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BOMBAS SOCK TECH

Long-staple high grade merino wool that's soft and warm without being overly thick.

You get extra support and tightness in the arch where you need it most.

You know that annoying bump on the toes of most socks? We got rid of it.

Bombas have been engineered to the perfect tension and elasticity so they stay up, aren't too tight, and don't slip down.

The Y shape of our heel stitch creates a natural cup around your heel.

A reinforced footbed built for extreme comfort, not overwhelming thickness.

DESIGNED IN NYCBombas are purpose built for athletic performance, engineered for comfort, and designed to stand out.

ONE PAIR PURCHASED = ONE PAIR DONATED

"Socks are the number one most requested clothing item at homeless shelters."