Reviewed by Ruth from Virginia on Thursday, October 23, 2014
These socks are perfect for my 6 year old son who likes his socks to come up to his knees and always gets so cold outside in the winter. He loves them. I did order the size L because they do seem to run a little small. My son is currently about a size 1 shoe and these socks seem just about right wit...
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Reviewed by Jboo from Massachusetts on Tuesday, February 24, 2015
We have tried a number of different brand ski socks and my entire family agrees that SmartWool is the best for comfort, breathability and warmth. My 12-year-old son thought these were really cool and was very happy skiing in them on a 1-degree day where the wind chill brought temps down to negative digits.
Yes, these are seconds but usually that means that there's a stitch of color out of place in the pattern (for these socks, it was a tiny line of grey thread in the heel). In all the SmartWool socks purchased from Sierra Trading Post, I have never had anything structurally wrong with the socks. Some socks are stamped "IRREGULAR" but this comes off in the wash.
Reviewed by Ame from DC on Monday, December 29, 2014
These are pretty thick socks, but work well as a daily outdoor sock for my 3 year old. He likes to wear them over his long underwear, so I assume they are a tad itchy for him. I like the stripe pattern a lot (he doesn't seem to care). I bought XS size, they seem to fit just about right. (size 8)
Reviewed by Lisa L. from CT on Tuesday, December 9, 2014
I love Smartwool socks because they keep my daughter's feet warm even when they get wet, yet I can throw them in the washer and dryer (unlike 100% wool socks). However, I have the same problem with this pair that I've had with a few others from Smartwool, which is that they are cut very strangely. The foot length fits correctly, but the toe width is so wide that the excess sock material cannot be comfortably stuffed into a shoe. It makes me wonder if they have ever actually seen a toddler's foot before! We still get use out of these socks, as my daughter wears them to sleep in, but they are completely unusable with shoes.