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Light weight and smooth as silk.

The Lorpen Tri-layer Thermolite-Silk lined Ski Sock is super thin and lightweight, yet stacked with performance. If you are trying to get your feet into too-tight fitting ski boots or want a liner sock to wear under a pair of big woolies, you should get your feet in to these thin but warm socks. Knit with real silk, this sock slides easily into any footwear and eliminates hot spots. Silk is also a great insulator and doesn't add weight or bulk. Lorpen uses engineered knitting and a seamless toe to maximize insulation, padding, ventilation and comfort.

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5 5

Soft, Warm & Comfy

My feet are usually freezing even while inside but these socks were able to combat that solidly. They are pretty damned thin too, leaving some extra room in most of my shoes in comparison to the wigwam boot socks I normally wear. Silk had them feeling pretty soft on my feet.

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socks met expectations

My husband and I each wore a pair of these socks and found them just fine. They fit well, were comfortable and kept our feet warm. We were not in extreme cold though. We were skiing in mid-20s to low 30s F.

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what materials are in these? Is there any wool?

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42% Silk, 42% Thermolite, 10% Lycra, 6% polyester. Check out the tech specs above.