New River Gorge National Park and Preserve Vintage Map Socks

New River Gorge National Park boasts the longest steel span bridge in the Western Hemisphere, the New River Gorge Bridge, stretching 1,700 feet across a stunning chasm. Adventure enthusiasts rejoice as this park is a hub for white-water rafting, with rapids ranging from tame to heart-pounding Class V. Covering around 70,000 acres in West Virginia, it became a national park in December 2020, making it the United States 63rd national park.

Feel nature's connection and comfort in every pair of McGovern Outdoor socks. The most comfortable socks you will ever wear, featuring eye-catching designs inspired by the places you love. These socks will make your adventures more enjoyable with superior impact protection. McGovern Outdoor socks have a medium thickness with additional cushioning around the toes, heels, and bottom, making your feet cozy and warm on trail adventures or everyday wear.

Features and Care

  • Athletic ribbed
  • Arch support
  • Mid-calf at 9" above the ankle
  • Unisex one-size-fits-most, or return them at no additional cost
  • Medium thickness with additional cushioning
  • Machine wash at 40 °C / 104 °F
  • Wash delicate cycle 
  • Tumble dry on low heat
  • Do not bleach or iron
  • 43% Polyester, 30% Spandex, 14% Nylon, 13% Cotton

The official Park socks approved by the National Park Service for New River Gorge National Park. Maps are not intended for compass orientation.

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