The Continental Divide Trail is said to be the toughest trail among the ‘Triple Crown of Hiking’ in the U.S. These socks are designed by updating a prototype worn by Ryosuke Kawato when he hiked the trail. Knitted with pre-shrunk Merino wool yarn and special stretch yarn developed for sports socks, it offers better fit and durability. The bigger heel helps the foot stay in place even during long-distance hiking. From jogging to trail running, these socks support you in various activities.
Ryosuke Kawato, also known as HIKER TRASH and SKETCH, is a long-distance hiker who has completed America’s Triple Crown of Hiking, while being active also as an illustrator and writer. HIKER TRASH is one of ROTOTO’s sock series made in collaboration with Kawato. Every pair in this series is designed by merging his hiking experience and ROTOTO’s expertise to make it highly functional. Each sock comes with ROTOTO’s original carabiner and a carabiner hole for line-drying.
80%MERINO WOOL, 9%NYLON,8%POLYESTER, 3%POLYURETHANE
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