Information about SmartWool PhD Light Ski Socks - Merino Wool (For Men and Women)
2nds, barely perceptible blemishes. Cold feet? Not if you're wearing SmartWool's PhD Light Ski socks! Naturally itch-free merino wool fibers regulate temperature, control odor and wick moisture for hours on the slopes.
High-density impact zones absorb shock in the heel
Reviewed by Aggie from Chicago, IL on Wednesday, January 12, 2011
the socks are great. I didnt know what socks to buy for skiing and my friend Recommended these socks. My feet always get cold, no matter what and with these socks they were comfortable in the ski boot and my feet felt warm. It was a great buy…
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Reviewed by Franke from Utah on Monday, August 4, 2014
I bought them for hiking/hunting, but they fit great and really help keep the blisters at bay. They're a little heavy if its hot outsied (pretty obvious since they're called ski socks) but that will be magic when fall rolls around.
The warmest of the SmartWool ski socks will be the Medium /cushion as it will be thicker, add more padding on the shin and insulate more. I use these and while it is cold at the start of the day, once I get going my toes, which have bad circulation, warm right up.|The item # for the socks I recommend is #1919R
Answered on 1/1/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
I used Smartwool PhD Light Ski socks to ski in a snow storm, and my feet did feel dry and warm. However, these socks are a bit thick and feel tight in my ski boots. For regular skiing, I have used the Smartwool US Ski Team Light socks because they are thinner. Although both socks are "Light", the US Ski Team socks are thinner.
Answered on 1/1/2010 12:00:00 AM by Caan from Berkeley, CA
I have worn about 6 types of Smartwool socks in a moderate climate and the Medium Hikers seem to be the warmest.
Answered on 1/24/2010 12:00:00 AM by Smartwool fan from Knoxville, TN