Hylaea Thermal Merino Wool Ski Socks, 3-Pack

Last updated: March 4, 2022

Hylaea Thermal Merino Wool Ski Socks, 3-Pack

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Product Details

In our analysis of 13 expert reviews, the Hylaea Thermal Merino Wool Ski Socks, 3-Pack placed 9th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

THERMAL MERINO WOOL SOCKS: These cold weather socks have been exclusively manufactured with Thermolite technology combined with natural Merino wool. Merino wool is the most Moisture wicking fabric transports sweat away from your body quickly and offer more breathability. Odor-resistant properties keeps smell fresh, dry and breathable while working, hiking, trekking, camping, hunting, ice fishing or playing winter sports. SOFT & COMFORTABLE: These thick-knee high socks feature thick terry loop in forefoot, heel, and toe specifically engineered for minimized friction and shock absorption. The snowboard socks added just the right amount of targeted padding on the front shin area where skiers and riders often need a little more cushion. This ski accessories are great options for skiers and riders who know a great day on the mountain starts with a great pair of socks. MULTIFUNCTION – These ski socks for women and men have been designed and feature a moderate compression that ensures the socks stay in place. These winter socks have been designed with you in mind making them the perfect match for any occasion whether you’re looking for thermal socks you can sleep in cold conditions or socks that have been specifically designed with hiking, hunting, mountain climbing or snowboarding in mind. COMPRESSIVE ARCH SUPPORT: The elastic arch band holds the warm socks perfectly in place to prevent sliding, keeping them in place during your outdoor sports activities.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Made with thermally insulating merino wool
Yes, they keep your feet warm and have moisture-wicking properties that make ski-friendly, but they also have a bit of compression mixed into their design to ensure that the socks won’t slide down.

What reviewers didn't like

Some users report they’re on the tighter side.
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