When it comes time to suit up for the slopes, even the slightest compromise in something like socks could cost you.
Here’s the deal:
We're not saying you need to go out and drop $100 on a pair of ski socks. What we are saying, however, is that you should put as much consideration into your choice of sock purchases as you do your snowboards, skis, and other gadgets.
Because your standard sock, and even super-thick thermal winter sock, just won’t cut it. Like any other sport, you’ve got to dress for it. Even if it means spending a little more money.
Sound silly? It’s not.
If you’ve spent significant time snowboarding or skiing, you know how quickly a fun day can turn sour with cold and wet feet. You also know how hard those boots can be on your feet after only a few hours.
Trust me. The investment in ski and or snowboarding socks is worth it.
We've spent hours pouring over lists, reviews, and expert tests to try to find the winners in ski and snowboard socks. We even consulted our skier and snowboarder friends to see which brands they prefer.