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Travel socks that actually dry the next day?

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Question. When I travel, I travel very light. As part of this, I bring minimal clothing and normally wash it out in the sink, wring it as dry as I can get it, then hang it to drip dry.

The problem? I have successfully found underwear and t-shirts that are dry the next morning and ready to wear, but socks have been a problem. I have been to places like Eastern Mountain Sports and REI, trying their suggestions for camping socks and similar products, but they always take far too long to dry and are never ready until two days later.

Has anyone had any success purchasing socks that actually do dry overnight when handled in this manner? Would love to find such a product.

Thanks!

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