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Dissent Ski Pro Fit Thin Nano Tour Compression Sock - Men's


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    11 Reviews


    Bringing compression to the ski world.

    Dissent provides true graduated compression for backcountry skiers and freeride tourers with the Ski Pro Thin Nano Sock. Apart from reducing foot and leg fatigue, this sock's compression fit also minimizes blisters thanks to the zero slippage of NanoGlide anti-friction fabric. Its super thin and ultralight design offers the most direct fit and feel possible.

    • NanoGlide anti-friction fabric
    • Graduated compression
    • Unpadded
    • Item #DSS0002

    Tech Specs

    [heel, ankle] NanoGlide
    Recommended Use
    backcountry, touring, freeride, skiing, snowboarding

    Tech Specs

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    Best socks ever

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

    I got these socks as a gift and have been using them for a few years now.

    Best. Socks. Ever.

    I've got Intuition liners and custom footbeds in my boots but before I started using these socks I would end up with foot cramps in one or both feet for a while every day. Never all day, and never for more than a half hour or so, but it was super annoying to have to ski a run with my boots unbuckled or tour in pain because my foot had cramped up. Cramps were something I just dealt with.

    I've probably got 180 days in these socks and since I started using them I can count the foot cramps I've had on one finger.

    It's like the jump from skinny skis to sidecut skis, or sidecut skis to fat skis, or fat skis to fat skis with rocker. I was blown away. I won't ski without them.

    I've since grabbed a few more pairs of different versions. Early season when my feet are all blown out from summer footwear and/or when my boots are freshly molded and extra tight I use the ski pro tours. Later in the season when my boots pack out a bit I'll graduate to the GFX which are slightly thicker.

    I have a size 9 foot, 26.0 boot and can use either M or L. I've started getting L just because my gf can fit in the M and I don't want to share. Haha!!!

    The only minor gripes I have are that the SPT socks are kind of a struggle to put on right out of the wash (they seem to be extra compress-y after washing) and the GFX pick up every dog hair in the house. But I will happily deal with that to not have pain, cramps, or other foot-related drama while I ski!

    Best socks for multiple uses

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

    I wear these on warmer days or long days. Great to wear if injured too, for day use off hill. (Recently had torn calf/achilles and these were recommended by physio). Use for running, skate skiing, biking on cooler days too. Love these and hybrids. I'm a women's 8, wear a small. Don't move in boot, compression, and yet surprisingly warm.Wick sweat.

    Best Socks in the Market

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 175lbs

    I've been riding these Dissent's gear for a few years now and i'll never go back to a normal pair of skiing socks. The socks just fit you're foot perfectly, they keep you're feet super warm and dry and you get a better fit in your ski boots. I used mine all summer working 12 hour construction days, they held up and kept my feet happy, I would recommend these socks to anyone who likes exploring, big touring days, ski hill laps, sledding and anything else you want to use them for.

    About as good as a sock can get

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

    After years of using merino wool socks that would eventually stretch out and cause rubbing and discomfort, I started using the Pro Fit Thin Nano Tours this year in my touring boots. I made lots of use of them in December when it was good on the coast on sled and touring days and then used them for 5 weeks in Japan. They've stood up to everything I've put em through so far. They don't stretch out or bunch, ever. Also, the anti-stink technology really works. I usually run them at least 3 days straight before a wash (and these are always big days of touring) and they're good to go, no nasty stench and gnarly crustiness.

    Ski Pro Fit Thin Nano

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

    Every little bit helps.. These socks connect you with your boot fit and they stay in place, no creep or shifting going on and they just feel supportive. In addition to regular resort and touring use, I wore them on a 2 week trip to St Elias and they were great on long day's of slogging heavy loads in unlikley terrain.


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

    The dissent socks finally solve the annoying issues of sock creep. I always could not stand my socks falling down when in ski boots but now I put them on and leave them on for the remainder of the day. I use them for ski touring, skiing in bounds, trail running and ice climbing. I have also noticed that my feet stay warmer throughout the day, especially when I am ice climbing. Another use that I recently discovered was to wear them on airplane flight and traveling. after long flights I take the sock off and feel little more energized as the compression helps with the traveling fatigue.

    No blisters, turf your old ski socks.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Two summers ago. Testing out some new touring gear in Chile. I ski toured in these socks for 250 km. In all conditions. 40 pound back. Walking to and from the hills. The big test was the hot spring days with a pack. Not one single blister, not one issue of sock slipping into a bunch. Simple, I can't ski without them now.

    best thing to happen to feet

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

    Seriously a game changer, one of those products that once you try you'll have a hard time wearing anything else without noticing all of the negative aspects of regular ski/snowboard socks. Ill never spend big days in the mountains without them anymore. Your feet and calves gain a super supportive feeling that lasts all day, they don't wrinkle, or move on the foot all day, even during long hard approaches / tours. And they retain their tensile strength extremely well, i have two pairs i used last season and they still feel like new on my feet this season. You won't regret them! get some of these in your kit of ESSENTIALS. - spencer romanchuk

    Better than Lululemon for Women

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

    This is hands down the best ski sock on the market. The ski pro opens up a new realm in ski sock manufacturing. The compression sock feels tight as you slide it on, but once its on, the fit is perfect. Having the sock stay in place from the start of the day until you take your boots off is a critical part of this product. I used to get many blisters a season from sock movement, especially when touring. Since I have started using the Ski Pro I have pretty much eliminated all blisters. After a long day of skiing and either coming home or camping in a hut, the socks dry quickly. There is no worry that you will wake up the next morning to a wet pair of socks. The compression of the sock also gives you a much more driven and precise control of the boot. The durability is also amazing, I wanted to put these socks through the wringer and see how they performed. I used only one pair for half the season, most likely putting 40 days on them until I finally put a hole through the big toe. The average skier goes out 7 days per year, so these could last you years! I use these socks day in and day out wether I am multi day touring or competing on the Freeride World Tour I would recommend these socks to the entire skier world!