Fabric 53% Polypropylene / 38% Nylon / 7% NanoGLIDEā„¢ / 2% Spandex

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Burton's Buffer II Sock page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Throw on the Burton Buffer II Sock before you head to the mountain for an all-day shred sesh. The padded channels on the top of the foot and shin alleviate pressure from your ankle straps for extra comfort while you ride, while elastic arch and ankle supports keep all those little pokey bones in your feet happy.

- Backcountry.com

Freestyle-focused support and cushioning. Guaranteed to help you land more tricks. It could be argued that the Burton Buffer II Sock will help you go pro.That makes no sense, you say? Consider the comfort of a stretchable, breathable, quick-drying blend of midweight fabrics (including wool) that wick away heat-robbing sweat. Or the strategically placed arch and ankle supports, cushioned footbed, and ergonomic left and right MotionFit that are designed with snowboarding in mind. If thats not enough, ventilated DRYRIDE toe panels are like a breath of fresh air for your feet, while padded channels alleviate pressure on the top of your foot, increasing comfort when strapped in tight to your bindings.

- Ramsey Outdoor

The smallest details can make or break a day on the mountain; make sure you're ready to ride all day with the Burton Men's Buffer Socks. The Buffer Socks feature MicroSupreme(R) fabric that provides warmth of a heavyweight sock, but with the quick dry time and effective moisture wicking abilities of a lightweight sock. The padded channels alleviate pressure on the feet and prevent the dogs from barking mid day; the Men's Burton Buffer Socks make riding all day a pleasure.

- Altrec Outdoors

The winter weather gets horrendous, but you can't afford to have cold wet toes while riding. Burton has created the Buffer II sock so that you won't ever come home crying about frozen toes. Ride endlessly as long as your other muscles can handle it, because it won't be your toes fault. PRODUCT FEATURES: Arch and Ankle Support; Added elasticity and padding underneath the arch and around the ankle increases support and cushioning where it matters most. Sock Lock Reinforcements; Harnessing the abrasion-resistance of NanoGLIDE, these ankle reinforcements work with the Sock Lock panels on the inside of Burton s boot liners for improved heel hold, longevity, and comfort. Chafe-Free Link Toe Seam; Flat-stitched toe seam eliminates chafe and bunching for a better fit inside your boots. DRYRIDE Ultrawick Vents; Like a breath of fresh air, this ventilated toe panel construction self-regulates comfort by improving airflow for feet that stay drier and warmer for longer. Ergonomic MotionFit; With a left and right foot specific design, this anatomically shaped construction mirrors the anatomy of each foot for superior circulation that improves warmth. Quick-Drying Footbed; Won t turn farts into gold, but your friends will thank us because we know you re not washing your gear every night. Stay High Comfort Band; To reduce sagging and bunching, this soft, elastic band keeps the sock locked around your calf without unwanted pressure points.

- Appalachian Outdoors