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Made in Vermont – We dwell and work in Vermont. Our outdoor is the perfect trying out floor to make the best Top rate All Climate Effectivity Socks. We ski, snowboard, hike, bike and run in one of the vital unforgiving local weather inside the lower forty eight. It can be beneath these conditions that we design, test and manufacture our socks.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 4 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.2 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Item model number: 1403

Customer Reviews

Skeptical at first, but now I’m sold.

19 people found this helpful.
 on July 4, 2014
By Tim Isenhour

In a word: Quality

38 people found this helpful.
 on October 31, 2010
By A. Dowd
Darn Tough Merino Wool Boot Socks are a well-designed and carefully crafted labor of love. If you’re tired of “Made in China” junk that falls apart after one season, spend the extra few dollars for an item that will give you years – or even decades – of wear. I’ve never encountered anyone who had a bad thing to say about Darn Tough socks.

Excellent for Diabetics and Those with Athlete’s Foot

40 people found this helpful.
 on June 16, 2009
By B. L. Johnson
I have diabetes and need a snug fitting sock. I also have athlete’s foot. Merino wool breathes and wicks moisture away from the foot which is critical to cure athlete’s foot (along with fungal cream). My podiatrist likes this sock. My foot size is 13 wide and I wear an XL sock. Darn Tough Merino Wool socks saved my feet.

Quality, warmth, and a good fit.

13 people found this helpful.
 on January 15, 2010
By Roderic Rinehart
I will NEVER EVER buy another sock other than Darn Tough.

Best Darn Socks Ever

14 people found this helpful.
 on January 12, 2009
By AKnapp
Bought these as a Christmas gift for my husband. He hunts and hikes a lot. I “borrowed” them for a hiking trip of my own. Spent several hours outdoors in low 30 degree weather and never once had cold feet! Love these socks. I’m definitely going to get some of my own.

Runs small

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 19, 2015
By Choruk Diryc
I am the world’s most frugal person – paying over $20 dollars for a single pair of socks gave me a panic attack with a load of regret.

I bought a few pairs of these for my husband …

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 31, 2014
By Sara F.
I bought a few pairs of these for my husband last year and, this year, all he wanted for Christmas was 3 more pairs of these same socks. He loves them! They keep his feet warm when he walks his dog in the bitter cold. They are soft and very durable. And they are made in the USA!

Darn Tough worth the buy? Darn Tootin’ it is… (a review after 1 year of wear).

One person found this helpful.
 on August 10, 2015
By A. Schwartz
I really like this sock. I have been trying to get some more hiking socks and this is one of my go-to socks now. I wear these types of socks everyday as I like the extra padding. Please note I am writing this review after a year of wear (ordered 8/12/14), compared to other socks I have this one is beyond solid.

They went on easy, but as they stretched a bit over the …

One person found this helpful.
 on April 28, 2016
By Drummer Boy
I wear a 10.5 shoe/boot which calls for a large according to the Darn Tough size chart. Problem with the large is they were slightly too long and had too wide of a toe box at the very front, and I have a wide forefoot! They went on easy, but as they stretched a bit over the course of an hour so, began to bunch up at the toes, especially at the outsides near the smaller toes. Never had this problem with any socks before. Most large socks are sized 9.5-12, and have plenty of stretch/rebound to span the sizes, but these don’t stretch or rebound much, so I had to exchange for the mediums. They are a bit more snug when putting them on, but not enough to be a problem. I don’t notice them being more snug once I put my shoes on, likely due to them stretching in a few minutes, nor do I notice anything binding or uncomfortable throughout the day.