Reviewed by Chicago winter survivor from chicago, il on Wednesday, December 29, 2010
I wear these lightweight ski socks as normal socks during the winter under cute fashion boots! They make living in Chicago winters MUUUUUCH more bearable! Def recommend. Just bought some for my mom so her toes won't be cold all the time. And since these are the thin socks, they aren't super bulky an...
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Reviewed by Always cold from New York on Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Not being a skier yet one whose feet are cold year-round, I figured these socks were worth a try. They're actually more dense and tighter than I expected but are quite comfy. I wear a women's shoe size 8-8.5 and used the size chart as a guide. They're perhaps slightly long but nothing noticeable. They're pretty warm and I've been choosing to wear these when I've been doing any outdoor activities this winter. They're not miracle-workers ... my toes still get a little cold and numb depending on the temp outside, what I'm doing and the shoe I'm wearing but they're definitely better than your regular sock. I would definitely buy them again.
Reviewed by Jen98a from Washington on Thursday, October 10, 2013
I have worn and washed these socks four times and there has not been any noticeable change, they stay above the calf nicely. My calf is 16" in circumference. I've worn them when it was 25-30F out (in Chaco Pedshed's and Skechers) and my feet and calves stayed warm.
Answered on 12/22/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
No, they're not...but they're not heavy, either. It's definitely low profile with almost no bulk.
Answered on 12/28/2010 12:00:00 AM by horse of course from bellingham, WA
No they are not. They not as thick as regular ski socks but thicker than dress socks-but not by much.|The Merino wool is definitely soft, durable and comfortable and great for sports and wear with Jeans and Tennis Shoes when cold.
Answered on 1/11/2011 12:00:00 AM by Smart Shopper from Evergreen, CO
These are not as thin as dress socks. They are probably 3 times thicker, but still qualify as thin ski socks.
Answered on 12/20/2011 12:00:00 AM by OutsideGirl from Hood River, OR