On the Camino de Santiago many pilgrims choose to wear two layers of socks (or a sock that is made with double layers) to aid in blister prevention. For the first layer they use liner socks, which are pretty fine, and then normal trekking socks for a second layer. The only problem with this system is the heat during the summer which can be too hot for wearing 2 socks on one foot. If you decide to use a liner sock, Caminoteca recommends you to choose trekking sock with coolmax material for the second layer to avoid the overheating of your feet during your walking.
The Lorpen T2 Antibacterial Liner is a high performance anti-bacterial outdoor sock made with ultralight cushioning for a precision fit in your trekking boots os shoes.
Made with Schoeller Polycolon® that wicks moisture away from the skin during long days your boots. Schoeller Polycolon® maintains your body’s performance and keeps you dry for longer, no matter how much you perspire, by wicking moisture away from your foot. It is very light and durable and is a hydrophobic material that dries very quickly. Schoeller Polycolon® has anti-microbial properties that help to prevent odor and bacteria from building up on the foot. Great for when you get to the albergue after a long day hike.
- Schoeller Polycolon® wicks away moisture and dries quickly
- Ultralight-Non Cushioning for a precision fit within the boot
- 10% Ea. LYCRA® all throughout the sock means no slipping or bunching up
- Flat Knit Toe Seam means no irritation on your toes
Contents - 75% Schoeller Polycolon®, 15% Nylon, 10% Ea. LYCRA®