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Helly Hansen Merino Light Lineer Crew Sock $4 (80% off)

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[Sport Chek] Helly Hansen Merino Light Lineer Crew Sock $4 (80% off)

These were $19.99 then went to $9.99 BOGO 50% and now $4. I have dozens of pairs and really like them. They are fairly thin (liners) but I wear them everyday. They stay up and stay fresh.

32% merino wool, 32% acrylic, 22% nylon, 12% polypropylene, 2% elastane

Edit: They show size 42, but I believe that is the minimum size. I’m 10.5 and they fit perfect. If you’re 8.5 these are going to be big on you. I don’t have the packaging any more but I think it was 42-45 Large written on it.
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FYI Size 42 is about 8.5US mens
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It’s says 42 but I’m 10.5 and they would easily fit a size 11.
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Jackji wrote: FYI Size 42 is about 8.5US mens
Strange that they list an exact size (like a shoe). Socks usually are sized in a range. And when you click on their sizing chart, there is zero mention of european sizing or of helly hansen.
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$20 for a single pair of wool-blend socks is highly suspect. Typical Canadian Tire overinflated msrp?

$4 is about the right price for this.
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Purchased in store only. Won't let me add to cart for pickup.
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Rekkid wrote: It’s says 42 but I’m 10.5 and they would easily fit a size 11.
Would they fit a size 12?

Edit: Based off other socks sizing on HH's website,these socks likely fit 42-44 EU.
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I'm a big fan of merino wool and polypropylene materials (not so much nylons and acrylics) but these sock liners seem to have great reviews from Marks users so definitely worth trying.
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Does anyone know how these compare to the Costco Kirkland Merino blend socks? Last I checked those were 4 pairs for 18.99 and are 57% Merino wool, 40% nylon and 3% spandex.
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Thanks,
bought 5 pair.
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savingsomemoney wrote: Are these good for the winter?
I use Merino for skiing.. thin and warm. Although I prefer longer ones to go above the boot - these look like the top banding may be too low for me
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RichRFD wrote: Does anyone know how these compare to the Costco Kirkland Merino blend socks? Last I checked those were 4 pairs for 18.99 and are 57% Merino wool, 40% nylon and 3% spandex.
These are liner socks, so they are very thin, the purpose is to put inside thicker hiking socks to help with chafing. Though they're good to wear alone in warmer weather since they're thin.

The Kirkland ones are super thick iirc, and are primarily cold weather socks
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Thanks OP! My feet are thanking you! Because that's not weird!
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Thanks OP. I mainly wear liner socks because my sweaty azz feet need to breath. I was waiting on a sale with the icebreaker ones that I usually get, but I bought a couple to try.
Bordello wrote: $20 for a single pair of wool-blend socks is highly suspect. Typical Canadian Tire overinflated msrp?

$4 is about the right price for this.
It's merino wool. Stuff isn't cheap anymore. Even the smartwool or icebreakers merino wool easily go for $25 at stores like SAIL. $4 socks are the kind that you get from walmart or dollarama these days.
Solo2020 wrote: 32% merino wool.
yea its hard to find anything in like the 60-80% range these days. Icebreaker liner socks are in the 60% range but are at $25 and go on sale maybe once a year, if that.

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