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Dissent Ski Genuflex Compression Sock

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    Graduated compression for backcountry skiers.

    Dissent's Ski Genuflex Sock features true graduated compression for long days touring in the backcountry. This sock's compression fit reduces blistering and fatigue in the foot and leg, and Genuflex padding provides light cushioning. The Ski Genuflex also manages moisture to keep your feet comfortably dry.

    • True graduated compression
    • Genuflex padding
    • Seamless toe
    • Item #DSS0001

    Tech Specs

    Height
    over-the-calf
    Cushion
    light
    Recommended Use
    freeride touring, skiing, snowboarding

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    Genuflex compression sock

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    On the flip side I've used theses socks the past two seasons for xc skiing, as I'm not a downhill skier at all. I didn't realize how much of a different a quality sock made until I used these for a winter and then skied one day with my old socks...which caused a blister on the outside of my pinkie toe, right at the seem. I guess I adapted to the Dissent socks and when I went back it was noticeable how much the snug, comfy fit, seamless toe and the dense padding.

    My feet stopped going numb while skiing, which I believe is due to the compression fit that keep the blood circulating and bunching of my old sock seems, right at the pressure points on my foot.

    Comfort I've come to realize is a lot more important than the workout or sometimes the equipment. If you aren't comfortable and enjoying the time, that speaks for itself.

    Full-backer of Dissent Labs and their pursuit in producing quality product, not just quantity.

    Dissent Labs GFX sock

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I switched to these socks this year from your standard merino socks (that would invariably stretch out and bunch up) and I've been super impressed. They don't stretch out or bunch up ever, despite using them in my alpine boots for some shorter tours and over many resort days both here on the Coast (Whistler area) and in Japan for 5 weeks (where I did minimal laundry, ha). No nasty stench or gnarly crustiness either, despite running them at least 3 days in a row before a wash. All in all, these are about all you can ask for from a ski sock!

    Dissent Labs Socks (GFX) - Guiding

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I've been working in the ski industry for 10 years and have just routinely stuffed my foot into a ski boot with wimpy liner socks and figured, "well this pretty good all things considered". Then I got a pair of these socks this year and life changed.... And I haven't looked back since! The GFX Compression sock is incredible. I've never had a ski boot fit better, feet feel more comfortable or been able to honestly say that I actually have more energy at the end of a long day due to rad feeling feet until now! These socks are everything you would expect and more. I spend 10+ hrs a day in the winter for well over 150 days a winter guiding various clients in mountainous terrain in deep winter conditions. These socks keep your feet in an incredible anatomically correct position. The arch support has made a huge difference in my trail breaking - I have such a better feel for track angles with the arch support and find with the position my feet are in on the descent that I can really feel the snow quality under my feet which makes a huge difference in-terms of reacting to potentially bad situation (ie. the difference between feeling slabby snow before I trigger an avalanche or just skiing through and not feeling a thing and reacting to late). The padding on the shin makes walking and trail breaking on big days in ski boots feel like cruising to the hot tub in my slippers. Just plain civilized. Over all, they've helped me be able to focus more so on work and as a ski guide, happy feet equate to a happy guide which makes for sick day in the mountains.

    Dissent Labs Socks (GFX) - Guiding