Thorlo Extreme Boarding Socks - Thermolite®, Over the Calf (For Men and Women)
About Thorlo Extreme Boarding Socks - Thermolite®, Over the Calf (For Men and Women)
2nds. When the slopes are extreme, your gear should be, too; right down to your socks. That's why Thorlo's Extreme Boarding socks are equipped with insulating, lightweight Thermolite® fibers and feature just enough cushion at the shin, heel and forefoot for all-day, in-boot comfort.
Specs about Thorlo Extreme Boarding Socks - Thermolite®, Over the Calf (For Men and Women)
- Height: Over the calf
- Fabric: 55% THOR-WICK polyester, 42% acrylic, 2% nylon, 1% spandex or, 85% Thermolite® polyester, 14% nylon, 1% spandex, 58% THOR-WICK polyester, 38% acrylic, 3% spandex, 1% nylon (color 06)
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Made in United States of America
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Andy from Houston on Sunday, April 17, 2016Socks are comfortable and work well for skiing.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by AL R from Wethersfield, CT on Thursday, February 18, 2016Comparison: Smart Wool ski socks & boarding socks felt good and worked fine, These particular Thorlo Boarding socks had a slight edge over the Smartwool in warmth and an interesting slippery feel which i found useful while "skiing" not boarding-- based on my personal likes and use, you may have other likes and ski/boarding requirements.. I will now try the Thorlo Ski sock and compare the ski to boarding sock for feel and warmth provided the ski season continues.. If the ski season ends, These socks (and others) should be good for other home or outside activities use till next year.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by JimmyG from Connecticut on Thursday, February 18, 2016Five star socks but, maybe its me, but I thought they were a bit tight. I am 10.5 wide and ordered the size L which is supposed to be for a range of 10.5-12. So keep that in mind. Otherwise the socks are great. I use them under boots when I blow snow and for sleeping on cold nights with the thermostat set at 58.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by TAB from Michigan on Wednesday, February 17, 2016Good for non-insulated hiking boots down to about 20 degs and to 0 degrees in snow board boots.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Elizabeth from New Hampshire on Tuesday, February 16, 2016Bought these for a trip to Iceland that included horseback riding, hiking, and city walking. Wore them with winter boots and felt cozy!
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Yes, these are sold in pairs.