Reviewed by CodeMonkey from San Jose, CA on Monday, October 15, 2012
Of my last sierra trading post sock haul, these are the best that I got. They're a good thickness for both daily wear and working out. A couple of washes helps the toe box lose it's seamed shape. A couple features to note: The sizing for these is a little larger than standard US sock sizes (where a Small is something like a 4-6.5) -- for Icebreakers socks, a Small is a 5.5-7. So my 5.5 sized foot is right at the lower end of the small range, meaning that I didn't really get the fit that I had hoped for. Another minus: These socks don't seem to breathe as well as other brands of merino socks, so my feet get sweaty enough to notice after a couple hours.
Best Uses: Daily Use
Cons: Bunches Up
Describe Yourself: Gym Rat
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Regulates Temperature Well
Reviewed by Smee from Wisconsin on Monday, July 2, 2012
Icebreaker tends to be consistent and a good product. These low socks are that. Good color. Like how the back comes up high enough to not slide down into the shoe. Good color. Wear a 10 and ordered a L. Good fit.
Reviewed by Hiker Mom from Elkton, MD on Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Usual top quality from Icebreaker. This is a non-cushioned sock I find best in summer for daily hiking in heat. It comes up just above your low shoe. Dries out quickly. Shaped for left and right foot. A little sand and trail debris does jump down into sock and shoe like any other low sock. VERY Comfortable!!! Give this sock a try - you'll love it!!