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Merino Ski and Snowboard Sock

The Ski and Snowboard Sock combines the best of both worlds! It’s thin enough to provide maximum comfort in your boot while the thermal properties of Merino Wool keep your feet nice and toasty all day long.
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Merino Light Trek Runner Sock

Our Light Trek Runner is made to devour miles of trail running without failing. Mesh tops with a cushioned heel allows you to wear them all day while staying dry and pain free. Running in these socks will feel like a dream!
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Merino Wool Day Hiker Sock

If you are looking for a comfortable, versatile, and durable sock, then look no further. There is a reason the Day Hiker sock is our #1 selling sock, and that’s because it delivers. This sock works perfectly with any hiking boot or trailrunner and helps your feet feel like a dream at the end of your trek.

USA Luge News

Olympic team finalized as Tucker West takes bronze in Lake Placid

Last remaining Olympic berths go to Taylor Morris, Justin Krewson/Andrew Sherk
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. – Tucker West earned a bronze medal in the Viessmann World Cup held at the Olympic Sports Complex on Mount Van Hoevenberg. In doing so, he emphatically qualified for the 2018 Olympic team heading for PyeongChang in February.


USA 4th in relay with Britcher 5th in women’s Calgary World Cup

weeney moves a step closer to an Olympic team nomination
CALGARY, Alberta – Luge athletes live in a world of tenths, hundredths and thousandths of a second. Need proof? Look no further than the team relay competition at Canada Olympic Park.
After close to three miles of racing, a mere .065 seconds separated the United States relay team from the bronze medal won by team Austria.


Mortensen / Terdiman 7th in Calgary doubles to lead US effort

Last call: race offs for US Olympic spots loom on home ice in Lake Placid
CALGARY, Alberta – The World Cup tour came to North America this week, with the USA Luge doubles team of Matt Mortensen and Jayson Terdiman opening the race weekend Friday in Calgary with a seventh place performance.