Patagonia Women's Midweight Merino Ski Socks
Made from a toasty blend of Merino wool and nylon, the Patagonia Women's Midweight Merino Ski Socks provide significant warmth without bulk for cold-weather riders. The looped Lintoe construction creates the smallest and flattest seam possible for maximum toe comfort inside tight-fitting boots, and the tall rib-knit shaft holds the socks in place without binding or sloughing. Durable and warm, they have excellent stretch and recovery that lasts the lifetime of the sock. Strategically placed mesh zones provide ventilation. An over-the-calf fit protects lower legs from big boots.
- Fabric: 60% Merino wool/37% nylon/3% spandex
- Chlorine-free Merino and nylon blend is itch-free and maintains durability for the lifetime of the socks
- Excellent stretch and recovery
- Over-the-calf height
- Midweight cushioning throughout for comfort and warmth without bulk
- Strategic mesh zones for ventilation
- Looped Lintoe® construction creates the smallest and flattest seam possible for ultimate toe comfort
- Weight: 91 g (3.2 oz)
Purchase the Patagonia Midweight Merino Ski Socks for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- February 7 2012
I purchased this sock at a great price for my upcoming ski trip. I ordered size S. The socks fit my feet well, provided lasting warmth, and beautifully designed (green). I would purchase this brand again.
- December 30 2011
I purchased the socks as a gift for my girlfriend but I think she will love them! They are extra cushy and feel comfy even though I myself have not worn them... Thanks Patagonia
- December 27 2011
Great ski socks
These fit like a glove and have great padding. Definitely one of the better pair of ski socks that I have. Quality seems good, although have only used them once so far.
- December 10 2011
Great ski socks!!
Fit is great, nice & warm, good cushioning. I love these socks! Haven't had them long enough to say about durability, that's the only reason I didn't give it top marks in durability category. They do seem pretty durable though, and if not Patagonia has a lifetime guarantee on everything they make! I wear a size 7 women's and I find the small fits great.