Women’s Charley Harper – National Park Poster Bird on Cactus

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Women’s Charley Harper – National Park Poster Bird on Cactus


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To celebrate the National Park Service’s 100th anniversary, SmartWool is bringing the art of the parks to life on their socks. Iconic American artist Charley Harper designed these timeless graphics for the Park Service to highlight some of our country’s greatest national treasures. Made with no-stink Merino for breathability and temperature regulation, these non-cushioned socks offer everyday performance with distinctive style.

  • Virtually Seamless Toe
  • Ultra Light Cushion
  • Sock Hight: Crew
  • Knit in the USA of Imported Yarn

FABRIC CONTENT:  45% Merino Wool, 53% Nylon, 2% Elastane

ULTRA LIGHT CUSHION:  Non-cushioned for maximum performance in close-fitting shoes


  • Machine Wash Warm, Wash Inside Out.
  • Do Not Bleach.
  • Tumble Dry Low.
  • Do Not Iron.
  • Do Not Dry Clean.

Introducing the new Limited Edition SmartWool + Charley Harper Collection.  Like fine art for your feet, the SmartWool + Charley Harper sock collection blends the artful design of iconic American artist Charley Harper with high-performing Merino for socks that go far and look good getting there.

Charley Harper was an American original with a passion for the outdoors.  Nature inspired his designs.  National parks influenced his vibrant colors.  And his work inspired SmartWool to create a partnership that brings a shared passion for the outdoors to life.

What you get from SmartWool isn’t just a product; it’s the ability to do more of what you love, in extraordinary comfort.  SmartWool combines high-performance Merino with state-of-the-art technology to create products that power you through your great adventures and keep you comfortable all along the way.  Go far. Feel good™



Non-Cushion, Ultra-Light Cushion


Merino Wool, Nylon


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