Did you hear?... ThorLo ramps up production of Military Combat Boot sock

Talk about your sport-specific socks. ThorLo tells SNEWS® it is ramping up production of its Military Combat Boot sock to meet increased demands.
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Talk about your sport-specific socks. ThorLo tells SNEWS® it is ramping up production of its Military Combat Boot sock to meet increased demands. SNEWS® wonders if the socks come in a variety of colors to meet the needs of today's worldlier soldier -- jungle green, desert tan, arctic white? One thing we can assure you…don't expect military issue ThorLo socks to ever turn up in a surplus Army Navy store.

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