Rated 4.4 out of 5Â by 9
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Browny Fantastic
Overall a great quality product fit for purpose and great value for money.
I had extremely cold feet on a recent ski trip over New Year just gone. I went to Snow and Rock to alter my new boots after their 'first' trip and saw these socks and ended up with a pair each for my girlfriend and I and we were also told at the check-out that we got one pair free!
Excellent all round!
20 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Runandski excellent
Keeps you warm and i mean warm.good fitting high calf suport
03 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by nicko toasty toes
Good thickness of sock. Feet stayed warm and boots remained very comfortable all day. Very good value for money.
20 January 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by sannyD Socks that rock
I went skiing in these twice now and they are really excellent value, the fit is great (even though I"m the second smallest size the pack says they're good for) and they kept my feet warm and dry - no chafing or blistering. Funky design, too, won't get these mixed up with anyone else's! The 3 for 2 deal really helped making this the best merino wool ski sock deal I've seen this season, plus with a fiver per pair going to charity it's a double win!
17 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by wellsy great multi purpose ski socks
great for hire boots for kids as gives them that little extra to help keep the boots fitting comfortably
17 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by DanC78 No brainer - no blister
No seams, extra reinforcement, don't slip on the foot, comfortable, and the merino wool means you can wear them all week without even the slightest of odour! Used for beginner level boarding, expert level apres...!
17 February 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by silversurfer very happy
what can i say about a pair of sock the sock was very nice
a bit loud on the colour wash up ok
02 December 2013
Rated 2 out of 5Â by toan Rather expensive
Well i paid Â£10 for these socks. One pair. I could wear them for a week or so, afterwards they were just too tight to fit into my new ski boots, even now after 5 weeks i still cant wear them. So 95% and from now onwards i wear medium thickness socks which i had previously purchased from marks & spencer(in fact i went out abd bought 4 new pairs for Â£12! These are the same socks ive worn in my work boots. Im an electrician. And these m&s socks have kept me warm and comfortable through out the winter period. I really dont know is the ski socks i bought were at fault or its my feet or my ski boots or combination, however it didnt work for me. However at least a percentage of the purchase price will go towards charity. Hopefully it will make it there and not the charity organisation itself. Generally ski socks are very expensive. Besides 100% of my skiing so far has been in an indoor ski centre with temp of -3. So ive been told this fact by staff. May be if and when i do ski abroad where its suppose to be like -30 then yes paying a small fortune for socks would be justifiable.
25 November 2013