Two months with the Smartwool Backpacker Tee and I can say it’s one of the best that I have ever worn. I’ve worn it backpacking, running, at the gym and around town. Click here to see my thoughts on this shirt’s superpowers as well as how well it plays with dogs.
I enjoy reviewing socks and luckily we like to review socks here at 4alloutdoors.org. Over the next several months I will be reviewing the Men’s PhD® Run Ultra Light Low Cut Socks from Smartwool.
Smartwool PhD Run Ultra light Socks
I am interested to see how comfortable they are and if the thin socks can stand up to long days of running and hiking. You can read my initial thoughts at this LINK.
T-shirts are basic to everyday life. I have a few favorites that sit in the top of my drawer that I always grab when looking for something comfortable for my next adventure.
The Smartwool Merino 150 Backpacker’s Tee isn’t your run of the mill shirt. Click here to read my initial thoughts on the Smartwool Merino 150 Backpacker’s Tee.
Review by Susie; Product provided for review by Smartwool
Review of the Smartwool Women’s PhD® Run Light Elite Kneehigh Socks
I started running at the beginning of the year when one of my girlfriends urge(urged) me to sign up for a 5K race series. Every week I was intrigued by everyone wearing compression socks and sleeves. Smartwool asked me to try out their Women’s PhD® Run Light Elite Kneehigh Socks and naturally I jumped at the opportunity. I’ve known the Smartwool brand for years and they have a reputation for high quality merino wool apparel. Running gear, however, was not on my radar when I thought of Smartwool. I have been wearing the Women’s PhD® Run Light Elite Kneehigh Socks in Aubergine/Hibiscus for about a week now including my first 5 miles race and several training runs and other workouts. So, the question is, should you add Smartwool to your running gear radar? Check out the first segment of my review and be sure to follow 4AllOutdoors.org to see how they fair in the long run. (Yes, pun intended.)