krustyrl said:WHAT.??? That's it..last straw, I'm getting out.!! (Retiring Dec 2012)
PuckChaser said:We have our desert socks too, which are coyote brown and I believe a wicking-type fabric. I plan on using them once they arrived back in Canada in my UAB as my summer sock. I found them very similar to the Wigwam Lt Hiker socks in comfort and size.
Brihard said:How do I get out of this chicken***t outfit?
recceguy said:Cut the foot off. The resulting sleeve is a good goggle cover.
That was the best use I found for them.
PuckChaser said:The coyote ones? I'd definitely do that to the thin tan sock I got in 07, but these new ones seemed pretty good. Then again, I wasn't patrolling hours a day with them.
recceguy said:I never got any new type ones. The only ones I got issued were in 2003.
: must be dry rot then, as I never used them, except for the use stated above.cupper said:Maybe it's time to put a new pair on. They are starting to get a little funky on here. I can only imagine what they are like in person. ;D
Just the liner and the temperate sock for your normal combat boots. If it's cold enough out to need to wear the cold weather socks I probably have muk luks on.John John said:Last week at clothing stores, I was told that the reason my boots were to big was that I wasn't wearing "all 3 pairs of socks". Apparently, we are supposed to wear the liner socks, temperate socks, and cold weather socks together at all times. That sounded a little ridiculous to me, so I was wondering if someone could confirm or deny that this is the correct way to wear the current issue sock system.
John John said:Last week at clothing stores, I was told that the reason my boots were to big was that I wasn't wearing "all 3 pairs of socks".