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These thin cushion walking socks by Thorlos'are designed for women who prefer a lighter weight product for performance walking or just taking a stroll. Coolmax® construction wicks moisture away better, keeping feel cool and dry. The thin cushioning in the ball and heel provides more blister protection than any other thin sock product on the market today. Thinner cushioning at the instep keeps your feet comfortable with the lace pad protection on the top of the foot. Thorlos' exclusive arylic cushion fabric is more a more "natural" environment for your feet when they are inside shoes.
More Protection... More Life!
The wide open spaces of the west... the lifestyle is all about working hard and playing hard. It's working the ranch, riding or tending the chores. But there's always time for a little fun. Your life is honest... your life is full, and you love it. We're in the saddle with you.
Western Thorlos are designed to help protect your feet inside your boots. Western Boot Thorlos are designed for use with Ropers and Lacers. Western Dress Thorlos are the original padded sock product for Western boots, designed to provide padded comfort in the foot and with spandex in the top so stay up above the top of the boots. Our aim is to provide the most value to people who wear western boots and who want to enjoy their work, their play and their lives without foot pain.
Western Thorlos may require a 1/2 size larger boot.
In order to provide these "Quality of Life" benefits, THORLO has spent 25 years in Research and Development learning about the "demands" on your feet, and what specific sock product design and construction is needed to protect the feet from those specific activity demands.