Manufacturer's Description

Visit Burton's Party Socks page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Hoorah!... for a pair of snowboarding socks that feel fantastic on the hill and give a giggle when you pull your snowboard boots off at the end of the day: the Women's Burton Party Socks. Quick-drying and breathable, these women's snowboarding socks offer a chafe-free, rider-specific design that keeps you support (especially in the arch and ankle) all snow-day long. Plus, medium-density cushioning throughout helps ensure softer landings in and out of the park, on groomers and in fresh pow. Yeah, they're pretty much great all the time and anywhere. After all, they are a party.

- Altrec Outlet

This breathable blend of woolly warmth and rider-specific cushioning extends to the knee, babying snowbound feet with midweight moisture-wicking fabric for all-day boot bliss on the slopes.


The winter weather gets horrendous, but you can't afford to have cold wet toes while riding. Burton has created the Women's Party 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. Chafe-Free Link Toe Seam; Flat-stitched toe seam eliminates chafe and bunching for a better fit inside your boots. 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. 30% Nylon/34% Merino Wool/24% Acrylic/10% Polypropylene/2% Spandex Medium-Density Cushioning Throughout Sock Midweight

- Appalachian Outdoors

Burton Women's Party Socks


The Burton Women's Party Socks is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 16, 2015 at REI.

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