Our team of enthusiasts designed these socks for all high-intensity hunting activities for those who regularly hunt wearing boots.

When pushing through dense cover or at a fast pace, your boots cannot breathe sufficiently to keep your feet dry. But these socks can, and very easily too.

Size: size guide


Product benefits

User comfort

The duffel top drains away foot perspiration to stay dry.

Moisture management

The Thermocool thread dissipates foot heat when exercising.

Reduced chafing

Made with a special thread to reduce blisters.

Abrasion resistance

The toe, heel, shin and calf are reinforced for high resistance.


The entire length is elasticated to stop a sock from sliding down when walking.


The bottom of the sock is coated with silicone to prevent slippage as you walk.

Technical information

In which conditions should you wear full-height socks?

These socks are recommended for high-intensity and frequent use.
If you hunt in aggressive cover for several hours a week, for example when woodcock hunting, or as a beater on a drive hunt, if you have to make your way through brambles, jump and run after the dogs, or if you hunt without making any physical compromises, then these socks will keep you comfortable at all times.

What materials are these socks made of?

These socks are made using 70% Thermocool thread which limits foot heat and wicks away perspiration, and 30% Merino wool in the body of the sock to prevent odours. The top has an integrated cushioned area to draw perspiration away from the foot to keep feet feeling dry. The underside of the socks is knitted with a thread that prevents blisters. Finally, polyamide reinforcements have been incorporated around the entire sock.

The advantages of Merino wool

Merino wool regulates body temperature and wicks away moisture. These qualities make it ultra-comfortable and soft. This material also naturally limits the growth of odour-causing bacteria. In other words, after a physical effort and heavy perspiration, merino wool prevents evaporation and helps to maintain body temperature by absorbing most body moisture. This limits the unpleasant chilling effect.

Why should you choose a sock size suited to your foot size?

It is important to choose a sock size that fits your foot to avoid any extra folds: if the sock is too big, there will be too much material around your foot and you will not be comfortable; if the sock is too small, it will be "dragged" down towards the inside of the shoe, which may cause rubbing, pain or even blisters by the end of your outing.

How to wash your Merino wool socks

We recommend you wash these Merino wool socks in the washing machine at 30°, on a normal cycle, preferably with a liquid detergent. Dry flat, NEVER in a tumble dryer, unless you want to shrink them by a size or two!

Sock height

UKsizes(EUsizes) 2.5/4 (35/37) 5/6.5 (38/40) 7/8.5 (41/43) 9.5/11 (44/46) 12/13.5 (47/49)
Shaft height 36cm 37cm 38cm 39cm 40cm


2 years

Product concept & technology

Product Composition

Socks 75% Polyamide, 15% Polyester, 7% Wool, 3% Elasthane


In a dry place away from light.

User Directions

Keep away from fire.


This model has been tested during hunting sessions lasting 6 hours in order to guarantee optimal comfort for our most demanding clients.

Maintenance advice

Machine wash - 30° max - normal

Do not bleach

Do not tumble dry

Do not iron

Do not dry-clean

Customer reviews


Environmental Impact

The carbon footprint of this product is:
4.64 kg CO2e
1 kg of CO2e represents 5km in a petrol car (according to the Base Carbone© of ADEME)
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The environmental note of this product is: E
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