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Synthetic Lightweight Ski Sock - Men's

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Why We Like The Lorpen Synthetic Lightweight Ski Sock

The Lorpen Synthetic Lightweight Ski Sock brings us warm, wicking performance without overheating the foot. Thermafeel fibers pull sweat from our foot while retaining precious body heat, and has a unique microfiber structure for unparalleled softness against the skin. The stretch nylon with Lycra eliminates slipping or bunching, while a non-cushioned design boosts this sock's versatility for different winter activities.


  • Warm, breathable, and lightweight ski sock for active performance
  • Thermafeel blend wicks moisture and retains heat for dry comfort
  • Stretchy fibers ensure a no-slip fit and feel
  • Flat Knit Toe Seam prevents chafing from ruining the day
  • Item #LORC088
66% Thermafeel, 24% nylon, 10% stretch nylon with Lycra
skiing, snowboarding
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5 out of 5 stars

August 22, 2023

Excellent price for solid product

Extremely light weight, will be great for layering with other socks when it's very cold. I usually wear a thin dress silk sock as a base when layering with wool socks, as you don't want any circulation issues with extra bulk in the boot . This sock will be that base layer.

Brad B