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Help Junior squeeze in a few extra runs before his toes start to freeze and his lips turn blue. SmartWool’s Ski Racer Socks lock in plenty of warmth for long days on the hill and have just enough extra padding in the front to keep your kid’s ski boots from eating his or her shins alive. The merino wool and nylon blend offers the best of both worlds—the added durability of synthetic fibers and the comfort and odor-resistance of wool.
- Lightweight skis socks ideal for long days on the slopes
- Merino wool blend is temperature regulating and breathable
- Light padding along the front protects against shin bang
- Item #SWL00Q4
- Q & A
Great kids socks
I bought these for my nephew. He has worn them a couple of times skiing and they worked great. Kept his feet nice and warm.
Adorable kid socks
Great ski socks for your kids. Good cushioning and super cute style.
Nice and tall to work with ski or snowboard boots. Good thickness, not too thick or thin. Seems to be durable and well made. Medium fit shoe size 1-2 great.
The best kids ski socks
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Height: 6'1"
- Weight: 168lbs
Great quality warm socks.
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: True to size
- Height: 5'11"
- Weight: 201lbs
My daughter likes these socks. They keep her feet warm on the hill and have a nice soft feel to them.
Great ski socks for the lil skier
Great fit great quality. Fits my 3 year old.
Little Ski Racer Loves These Socks
Our little girl is in her 2nd year of racing she loves these socks because they are tall and they stay up.
For my 9 year old. They look like socks, they fit like socks and they kept her feet warm this weekend on a ski trip. Good product.
L is for shoe size 3-6
Warm and Soft
I ordered these for my 10-year-old son in black. He is ALWAYS cold. But, these socks keep his feet warm when he skis. They are soft, cool looking, and warm. They stay up around his calf, too. He used to complain about his toes and hands being cold. (Now he only complains about his hands.)