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Just got some boot shock 60% merino wool shocks £6:50 pair is that ok

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If wool holds in water then I'm not sure I'd want woolen socks if I was gonna be sweatin in em..

And I certainly wouldn't be payin 70quid for pair of em...you out your mind?...

 

what you need is textiles that wick water away, man made fibres..

 

So I'd imagine two pairs of socks with mixed fibres for a coupla quid.. if your workin in em that is, sitting down or not doin much of anything strenuous then go for the expensive woolen ones..

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If wool holds in water then I'm not sure I'd want woolen socks if I was gonna be sweatin in em..

And I certainly wouldn't be payin 70quid for pair of em...you out your mind?...

 

what you need is textiles that wick water away, man made fibres..

 

So I'd imagine two pairs of socks with mixed fibres for a coupla quid.. if your workin in em that is, sitting down or not doin much of anything strenuous then go for the expensive woolen ones..

 

Hi MATE that £70 was 6 pairs or more thanks Jon

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Hi MATE that £70 was 6 pairs or more thanks Jon

 

Yea, I meant pair in the plural LOL.. not singular hahah...

 

 

Forget a pair is two socks when you say a pair in sock language....

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Yea, I meant pair in the plural LOL.. not singular hahah...

 

 

Forget a pair is two socks when you say a pair in sock language....

 

Hi mate £70 a pair I'm not that mad 😜😜😜thanks Jon

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If wool holds in water then I'm not sure I'd want woolen socks if I was gonna be sweatin in em..

And I certainly wouldn't be payin 70quid for pair of em...you out your mind?...

 

what you need is textiles that wick water away, man made fibres..

 

So I'd imagine two pairs of socks with mixed fibres for a coupla quid.. if your workin in em that is, sitting down or not doin much of anything strenuous then go for the expensive woolen ones..

 

 

Nope, but I work in all weathers, and £40 for two pairs of socks is not a lot to keep me comfortable all year round. I've tried many, either they didn't last, or weren't warm. Heels or toes wear through.

 

This can be a miserable job sometimes, why skimp when it comes to comfort?

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Nope, but I work in all weathers, and £40 for two pairs of socks is not a lot to keep me comfortable all year round. I've tried many, either they didn't last, or weren't warm. Heels or toes wear through.

 

This can be a miserable job sometimes, why skimp when it comes to comfort?

 

Hi JOE you have to be comfortable and have warm feet 🔥🔥🔥👞👞👞well done mate thanks Jon

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Hi JOE you have to be comfortable and have warm feet 🔥🔥🔥👞👞👞well done mate thanks Jon

 

 

 

Yea, I understand that, but, does it have to cost forty quid for two pairs of socks to do it?...

 

Try doubling up on cheap socks and see how you go on...

I'm sure the difference wouldn't be forty pounds worth LOL...

 

Try it out tomorrow Mendiplogs and report your finding back here tomorrow..

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Yea, I understand that, but, does it have to cost forty quid for two pairs of socks to do it?...

 

Try doubling up on cheap socks and see how you go on...

I'm sure the difference wouldn't be forty pounds worth LOL...

 

Try it out tomorrow Mendiplogs and report your finding back here tomorrow..

 

Hi MATE I will try it out let you no thanks Jon

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