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Lorpen Inferno Socks Product News

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To create the ultimate insulation system, the Lorpen Inferno socks combine Polartec Powerstretch with Primaloft to deliver unprecedented performance in extreme cold conditions. Tested on climbs over 8,000m these socks have been engineered to function in the coldest environments on earth.

The Inferno socks are the only socks available which use Primaloft. The socks are engineered for comfort with flat knit toe seams, mesh instep, multi density knit and lycra plus to avoid any slipping or bagging. Outdoor, Multisport, Winterport and women-specific styles are available.

To find out more about Lorpen, and to see the complete collection, visit the website - https://www.lorpen.co.uk/


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4 Dec, 2019

In case anyone's wondering, these RRP for £65.00


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