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Mt Tam Sock - Summer

17 reviews
  • Hill Climb, Ornot.

    Mount Tamalpais (Mt. Tam) is one of our local playgrounds and its silhouette was the inspiration for this design. Tam is the highest peak in Marin and while only about an hour from SF proper it can seem so much more remote. This year we sponsored the 52nd edition of the Mt. Tam hill climb and created these socks for it. The race is always one of the last of the year and a favorite of many (mostly really thin people). These socks are made from recycled water bottles.

  • Made in the USA, utilizing the ever-so-popular Aireator synthetic material using post-consumer recycled plastic.  

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    Matt N.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product
    Great looking and feeling

    Very positive. Fit snuggly, good elastic so far.

    Benjamin G.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product
    great colors

    Just adding to the collection of my favorite socks! Love the colors on this pair, match perfect with my new jersey...Ornot. <3

    Ornot Mt Tam Sock - Summer Review
    Kevin C.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product
    1st purchase = lifetime customer

    As someone who works for a running apparel company made in the USA, I try and support other made in America companies. I'm happy I chose OrNot for my jersey, bib, and sock purchase. Stoked to have my first high end kit. As your typical string bean athlete, 5'11 & 140, the sizing is true to fit. The Mt. Tam Sock 15' is a great ultralight sock with lots of breathability. Also a plus is that they are bright enough to add that extra pop to force the cars to see that you're on the road.

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