Fox River Stratus Ski Socks - PrimaLoft®-Merino Wool (For Women)
About Fox River Stratus Ski Socks - PrimaLoft®-Merino Wool (For Women)
Closeouts. Like floating on air, Fox River's Stratus ski socks are cushioned and compressed in all the right places to prevent bunching and muscle fatigue. Plus the ingenious combination of merino wool and PrimaLoft® fibers wicks moisture faster than wool alone.
Specs about Fox River Stratus Ski Socks - PrimaLoft®-Merino Wool (For Women)
- Height: Over the calf
- Fabric: 38% nylon, 30% PrimaLoft® polyester, 30% merino wool, 2% spandex
- Care: Machine wash/dry
- Made in United States of America
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Liorandbean from New York, NY on Wednesday, January 14, 2015love this product and the quality fo the socks
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Court in the canoe from the Ozarks on Thursday, January 1, 2015These are a good sock. Not too tight but stay up; not to warm but warm enough. They don't bunch which is nice.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by js from TN on Saturday, December 20, 2014luv it luv it luv it
one of my very favorites
Verified Buyer Reviewed by mamalorax from Northern NY on Tuesday, December 16, 2014These socks are great. They are not too tight in the calf and just the right warmth. The Fox River socks I have purchased in the past seem to last and last. I would buy these again and again.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sydney from Maine on Saturday, December 6, 2014Right after my socks arrived, we had a strong cold snap and a foot of snow, unusual for this time of year. I wear unlined boots to work and usually two pairs of socks. I strip off the "liner pair" (usually slipper socks) when I get to the office and switch into loafers. My feet tend to get cold that way but then they stay dry and I also avoid tramping slush into the meeting rooms. Well, with these socks, I need no second layer and my feet stay warm all day. They are not bulky and they go up over the calf to capture warmth from my legs. I also wore them snowshoeing and they performed perfectly as a layer that allows movement and provides warmth. These are my fifth and sixth pairs of Fox River socks, which I bought because my two oldest pairs (a decade or so old) are starting to give way.