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Re: [John Muir Trail] Re: Vapor barrier socks?

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  • Peter Burke
    ... Since I am quoted below - my review: they are warm. Very warm. Work fine in ski and plastic mountaineering boots. No idea about the season most people on
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 26 12:22 PM
      On 4/26/2011 1:04 PM, Kim Fishburn wrote:

      Since I am quoted below - my review: they are warm. Very warm. Work fine in ski and plastic mountaineering boots. No idea about the season most people on this list care about, nor do I think they are meant for summer.





      From: Roleigh Martin <marti124@...>
      To: John Muir Trail YahooGroups <johnmuirtrail@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tue, April 26, 2011 12:52:47 PM
      Subject: [John Muir Trail] Re: Vapor barrier socks?

       

      This feed is formatted not so good. Thru link is: http://www.rbhdesigns.com/product/34/vaprthrm-insulated-sock.htm
      VaprThrm® Insulated Sock

      Anyone use these on the JMT? This is from the WhitneyZone forum. Seems like they'd be more useful for the colder months on the trail.

       
       

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      Posted by Fishmonger:
      [quote=Norris]This is what I use and I highly recommend them: [url=http://www.rbhdesigns.com/product/34/vaprthrm-insulated-sock.htm]RBH Designs VaprThrm insulated socks[/url] My feet do not get wet in them even if I don't use antiperspirant. Very warm. [/quote] exactly what I bought - will be testing them in the Sierra and on White Mountain in 2 weeks

       
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