All-Terrain Quarter Sock and their All-Terrain Low Cut Tab Sock. Ashley had a chance to try their Lightweight Cushioned Cotton Low-Cut Sock and the All Season Wool Sock.
Brian's Review: I enjoyed testing the low cut and the quarter cut socks out on several different hikes. The wool socks were extremely comfortable and they did a great job of wicking moisture away from my foot as compared to general cotton socks. The reinforced toe and heel I felt added extra protection on the longer hike to Sitton Peak and the Santa Rosa Plateau. Additionally, the Low Cut Socks had a lip on the heel that provided extra protection while on the hike. One of the most critical things for me with socks on a hike is that they do not slip. Neither of these two socks slipped down during the hike. They stayed in place due to the spandex throughout the sock for a nice contoured fit. I would fully recommending these socks to fellow hikers as they are comfortable and durable. They are reasonably priced as well for good quality socks. I remember when I started hiking years ago I used to use regular cotton socks. These are much better for hiking than as compared to regular cotton socks, that most people wear!
All hiking pictures on this post are of the hikes we used to review the Carhartt Socks.