Reviewed by Steve Feuerstein from NYC on Friday, January 10, 2014
My son was truly thrilled when he returned from school the other day during a 10-degree burst of winter here in NYC. Why should I deprive a 7-year-old of the comfort that his father experiences with the adult version of SmartWool thick winter socks, ones that have provided such sublime warmth while hiking and/or single track mountain biking nearly each and every day.
Reviewed by SarahPS from Lake Elmo, MN on Tuesday, April 02, 2013
After this long winter with my kids in Minnesota, I have come to depend on SmartWool socks. These are bulkier then most of the SmartWool socks I buy, but very very warm for cold days. These prices are the best I've ever seen, and my kids love them.
one of my kids wears a kids size 4 and the large fits her fine. I tried them on myself (I wear a womens 6.5 and can fit some kids size 5 shoes) and they seemed a bit small. My other daughter who wears a kids size 1 can also fit the smartwool large socks without the socks being too big.
Answered on 11/10/2011 12:00:00 AM by Momcat to A from SF Bay Area, CA
Of the sizes currently available, the XS is for shoe sizes 6-8.5 and a L is for shoe size 3-6. If you hover over the size letter, a small box will pop up which will let you know what shoe sizes those letter sizes correspond with.
Answered on 10/31/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from None
The shoes sizing for this sock is as follows: XS(6-8.5), S(9-11.5), M(12-2.5), L(3-6). If you hover and/or click your mouse over the sizing squares, the size equivalents are shown.
Answered on 10/3/2011 12:00:00 AM by Product Specialist Karrie from Sierra Trading Post
If you mouse your cursor over the "Sizes Available" boxes on the page, you will see a pop up window that gives the shoe sizes associated with each of the sock sizes for XS (6 to 8 1/2), S (9 to 11 1/2), M (12 - 2 1/2) L (3 to 6). These socks are made in USA, so this is American measurement.
Answered on 10/5/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from None