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You peek outside and see snow whipping by the window. The mountain has already reported a foot, and it's still piling up. Reach for your Backcountry.com Alpine Merino 3T Ski Sock, grab your boots, and head for the mountain. This merino-blend sock keeps your toes just the right temperature, so you know they'll be able to brave the cold—all the way until the last chair of the day.

  • Merino regulates your body temperature and naturally resists the bacteria that cause odors
  • Synthetic polypropylene is blended in with merino fibers to give this sock greater durability, flexibility, and resistance to pilling damage
  • Mesh ventilation panel allows excess heat to move away from the top of your foot
  • Knit construction keeps the cuff of the sock from stretching out over time
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Best socks ever!!

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

I swear by these socks, they fit great, and keep their elasticity and shape. They are super thin so they fit into any shoe, but they are also very warm! I wear these every day to work in running shoes and in my nice boots. I ski in them and play hockey in them. I've given them as stocking stuffer gifts and everyone wanted more. My son finally has the big enough feet that he can wear them and now he wants more pairs.

Good option

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:Runs large

I've got a mix of these and the Smartwool PHD lightweight and ultralight socks. I have to give the edge to the smartwool versions since I like their weight and fit better than these Stoic socks, but the differences are pretty minor. The Stoic socks feel slightly heavier than a lightweight sock from Smartwool. I've got pretty tight boots so I don't have much room for socks so thinner is better for me. As long as you aren't crushing your foot into an undersized boot these should be ok.

As far as size is concerned, I've found the toe section to be a little longer than I would have expected, so if you're on the edge of two sizes consider going with the smaller option