Moultrie Products
Poly sock liners
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
Scoot 09-Aug-21
hdaman 10-Aug-21
DanaC 10-Aug-21
Scoot 10-Aug-21
EMB 10-Aug-21
Live2Hunt 10-Aug-21
txhunter58 10-Aug-21
Scoot 10-Aug-21
Live2Hunt 10-Aug-21
soccern23ny 10-Aug-21
From: Scoot
09-Aug-21
I'm looking for very thin poly sock liners that are hiker height and the slick, kinda silky feeling (some feel more like cotton and they don't protect my feet from blisters as well). Can someone provide a link for a sock liner that fits my description?

10-Aug-21
Try some women’s panty hose footies A box of them are a few dollars and they wick sweat and help prevent blisters.

From: hdaman
10-Aug-21
REI has a few options for you.

From: DanaC
10-Aug-21

DanaC's Link
Cabelas sells them

https://www.cabelas.com/shop/en/cabelas-midcalf-polypropylene-liner-socks-2-pair-pack

From: Scoot
10-Aug-21
Thanks fellas!

From: EMB
10-Aug-21
+1 on Bass Pro/Cabela's.

From: Live2Hunt
10-Aug-21
No Altitude, just No!!!

From: txhunter58
10-Aug-21
I stopped wearing sock liners when I switched to merino wool socks. But they have to have at least 65% merino wool

10-Aug-21
Live2hunt. They can make you real popular in camp.

In all seriousness it’s an old trick used in the military, long before there was such a thing as hunting sock liners. and nylons were actually made of silk. But the cheap synthetic ones do the same thing pretty well

From: Scoot
10-Aug-21
Txhunter, I tried that but it failed pretty miserably for me. The liners make a world of difference for my feet.

From: Live2Hunt
10-Aug-21
LOL

From: soccern23ny
10-Aug-21
try dress suit socks/might have to go to a fancy store. I've used them in the past.

They are very thin, very snug, yet somewhat durable, and a good first layer sock. almost always synthetic. Thinner than that you'd be looking at panty hose type socks.

Personally i've switched to the thinnest/lightest weight darn tough(made in america/lifetime warranty/primarily wool sock) sock as my base sock, than do an additional medium/heavy weight sock over that. Haven't had a blister in 7 years. The big difference with darn tough is they come in actual sizes since it's impossible for a sock to properly fit a size 12 and size 6 foot.

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