Massdrop x Fitsok Mountain Crew Socks (2-Pack)
Massdrop x Fitsok Mountain Crew Socks (2-Pack)
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Whether you spend the colder months hiking, snowshoeing, or hanging out with the family indoors, you’ll be warm and comfortable in the Massdrop x Fitsok Mountain Crew Socks. They feature a blend of merino wool, Coolmax polyester, and nylon that’s durable enough for the great outdoors and cozy enough for lounging around the house or cabin, especially if you have tile or hardwood floors ... Read More

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rantng
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Mar 28, 2019
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Let me know when size L is back in stock
Mar 28, 2019
captain
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Jan 25, 2019
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Why the hell would anyone put silver, the most thermally conductive metal, into an ostensibly INSULATIVE item of clothing?! There seem to be better options to mitigate bacteria growth. Aside from that bit of idiocy, how are these any different from the Merino Trail Socks sold at Costco for 6 PAIR (12 socks) for $18?
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Jan 25, 2019
SDante
53
Dec 24, 2018
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2 for 10 is a bargain? At least some people have the courtesy of using a gun when they rob you blind.
Dec 24, 2018
Benzo
329
Nov 25, 2018
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Holy tightness Batman! First pair of socks from MD that I don't like.. I wear a size 13 shoe, so I ordered the XXL socks. I don't think a size 10 could get these on! Anyone else having issues like this?
Nov 25, 2018
Calaverasgrande
1049
Nov 13, 2018
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drop open, drop ended, 24 hours left. All in the last 20 minutes. I am starting to wonder if Massdrop is run by a bunch of moonlighting interns working at other companies.
Nov 13, 2018
Stylex
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Oct 24, 2018
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Hi! The website specification says: 73% merino wool and Coolmax polyester infused with silver, 15% nylon, 10% polypropylene, 2% spandex but the socks label says: 56% merino, 40% nylon and 24% spandex. Is it right? Massdrop.com lies their customers? It is a huge difference, isn't it? This difference makes difference!!
Oct 24, 2018
SDante
53
Oct 4, 2018
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Why so expensive for only a two pack? A 7 pack is about 10 over here and they're pure wool, not a blend.
Oct 4, 2018
ROTFLMAO! OK Mate...I give up, you win! G'day and Merry Christmas!
Dec 25, 2018
SDante
53
Dec 27, 2018
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Happy hols too mate.
Dec 27, 2018
Bob3600
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Oct 1, 2018
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OMG I read all the bad things about these socks so I better pass also. Plus I have a swelling problem with my calves from Lymphedema. It looks like the "Stay-Up" part would be too much pressure for me.
Oct 1, 2018
I think that I am going to pass on this drop.
I read most of the reviews, and comments, and it seems that there are definitely sizing issues.
I normally wear a size 13 boot, or shoe, and this would mean I should purchase an XXL according to the sizing chart.
However, based upon what others have recommended, I should purchase a size down, which is an XL, which I normally wear in socks from manufacturers like Wigwam, and Darn Tough.
Bottom LIne... this sounds like a guessing game on the sizing, and many are not happy after they try on the socks.
Second... I read the specifications, and apparently the sock height is only 7" from the heel up the leg.
Again, I took a moment and measured some of my trusty crew hiking socks from Darn Tough, Wigwam, and others, and most of them measure 10" for the crew height, and 11" for a boot height sock.
A 7" height seems more like a hybrid crew, or a quarter crew sock, and again, all of this is based upon the sock height reported by Massdrop.
I normally always wear boots, and long pants, and once in a while short pants, with boots, so I want a sock that fills up the boot space.
If I was wearing sneakers, or low cut hiking shoes, then the height would not be an issue.
FInally, Massdrop states the following:
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop. Estimated ship date is July 23, 2018 PT. Your payment method will be charged 2 hours after purchase. Cancellations are accepted until that time, after which the request will be submitted to vendors to deliver the best delivery time to members, making all sales final.
It sounds like it could be a hassle to return or exchange the socks based upon the language, notwithstanding the vague "Lifetime Warranty."
Bottom Line... My little voice is telling me to pass on these socks.
Jul 18, 2018
I noticed that Massdrop has posted a copy of what is described as the Fitsock LIfetime Warranty on the product description page for the Mountain Crew Socks drop.
Following is the language which comprises the Fitsok LIfetime Warranty:
This guarantee covers all Massdrop x Fitsok socks, including the Merino Hiker, Merino Low-Cut, Merino Crew, and Mountain Crew models.
For warranty inquiries, please email orders@fitsok.com or call 877-454-7765.
Please note if the socks you return are not in stock, Fitsok will replace them with the most similar style or color available.
My interpretation and understanding of this warranty is that if the Mountain Crew Socks don't fit properly, shrink, wear out, fray, tear, rip, or are defective, etc., then I can return them to Fitsok for a replacement pair.
There is very little detail, and no mention of who pays for shipping, and there are no disclaimers, or conditions listed, so it seems to be unconditional, like the warranties offered by Darn Tough, Farm to Feet, Icebreaker, Wrightsock, et al.
The language however is definitely not as unambiguous, ironclad, or unconditional as the language found in the Darn Tough, Farm to Feet, Icebreaker, or Wrightsock warranties, which are my preferred socks due to their high quality, reputation, and the warranties.
Some companies like Wigwam have a lifetime warranty, but not unconditional, and it only covers defects in materials, or workmanship, and not normal wear and tear; so basically no warranty, as compared to the other companies I mentioned, which will replace if your socks for any reason like normal wear and tear, or of they just plain wear out, shrink, don't fit, etc.
Wigwam does however make very good socks, unlike Thorlos which last time I checked had only a thirty (30) day warranty, and Thorlo socks have always worn out very quickly in my experience, so needless to say that I will never purchase a Thorlo sock again.!
Anyway, I digress...
So, it has crossed my mind that if I purchase the Fitsok, and they wear out, that Fitsok will deny my claim by stating that there were no defects in materials, or workmanship, and that they don't cover normal wear and tearlike Wigwam.
By the way... I have searched the Fitsok website, and could find nothing there about their warrenty.
Fitsok only has a page that describes their limited time return policy.
Fitsok also does not list the fibre breakdown in all of their socks listed on their website.
Fitsok uses terms like ISW Wool, and Shadow Yarn to describe the fibres used on their socks, but they do not explain what those terms really mean, and again, there is no fibre composition breakdown.
I noticed in this drop that the fibre composition seems to be incorrect, as Massdrop has listed the main fibre as 73% Merino Wool, and Coolmax Polyester, but they do not state or more finitely breakdown the percentage of each fibre separately.
Another Massdrop purchaser has stated as much, when he received the socks, and read the actual Fitsok label.
I have asked him to reply with the fibre percentages listed on the label of the socks that he received.
On paper the socks seem to be a good deal for the price, as the fibre composition seems to be a good combination, especially when combined with the lifetime warranty.
Jul 16, 2018
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