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No more sweaty feet.

Nobody wants sweaty feet while skiing or riding. Wrap your feet in the comfort and warmth of the Lorpen Tri-Layer Light Ski Sock. Fibers easily wick moisture away from your foot, which improves moisture management and comfort. To help increase resistance to abrasion and wear, Lorpen added a nylon outer layer in high-friction areas, so you won’t get holes after a couple of wears.

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4 5

worked fine

I'm not a great skier, but there sox did the job... I have sort of large calves and there was no problem with fit...

3 5

OK, but not the most comfortable sock around

I bought a couple of socks for my ski racer son, and while they do the job fine he does complain that they're a little stiff and scratchy. Not sure how to rate the moisture management since the insides of his boots always end up sopping, anyways.

5 5

Recommended

I bought this for my husband. He learned to ski 3 years ago so that he could ski with our 2 boys. We live 15 minutes from a ski hill, so even though we aren't/weren't skiers, most kids here ski, and we want our kids to be able to ski with there friends. My husband taught himself. So, he is not the best skier, nor is he really "into" skiing, like some men. He doesn't go on long ski trips or vacations. He skis every other weekend, or so, for 4-6 hours with our 8 and 11 year old sons. He has worn these socks a few times and says they are fine. My husband is not the type of man to use words like "great," "terrific," ore "wonderful." However, they fit to size and were not bulky in his ski boots. He said his feet were warm. So, I'd say he gives them a "thumbs up."

5 5

Great Lightweight Sock

Great socks for backcountry skiing. Excellent moisture management and comfort for the long-haul. Great boot feel and comfort. Really digging these.