Originally Posted By: over1812
My wool socks are Darn Tough brand and worked well for cold/dry conditions, I wish they would work for warm weather as well.

Been hiking and cycling in Darn Tough socks for over a decade now. For me, they work totally fine even in warm weather. Not sure why they wouldn't. They totally beat cotton in cold/hot/wet situations, and poly-anything isn't going on my feet, primarily because of the funk they generate. I'd wear wool for its anti-microbial qualities alone.

I also always take my boots off (note boot, not flimsy trail runner shoe) when crossing streams. Longer breaks, boots always come off on warm days and socks air out. Dry boots and socks mean happy and cool feet. Blisters is something others suffer from.