Columbia Winter Ski II Sock

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Specs

men's
Fabric 82% Thermolite Polyster / 16% Polyester / 2% Elastane

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Men's Winter Ski II Sock page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

We borrowed the polar bear’s ingenious heat-channeling capabilities in developing the thermolite fabric that makes this ski sock so exceptionally warm. And because wet feet equal cold feet, the Winter Ski is outfitted with Omni-Wick technology for highly breathable, moisture-wicking comfort. Beefed up padding in the shin area protects you from boot bang, while a seamless hand-linked toe banishes pressure points and abrasion. FEATURES: Fabric: 82% thermolite polyster/16% polyester/2% elastane, Seamless hand-linked toe, Padding in shin for fit and protection, Omni-Wick advanced evaporation, Arch band for fit, Flex stretch in ankle, Reinforced heel and toe, Imported,

- Columbia refers to the men's version

Don't settle for an alright-fitting sock when you can slip on the Columbia Winter Ski II Sock and not worry about those afternoon foot cramps plaguing your last few laps in the back bowls. Designed to spend hours in a cold, rigid ski boot, this padded ski sock feels great and stays dry and warm thanks to Omni-Wick advanced evaporation.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

We borrowed the polar bear's ingenious heat-channeling capabilities in developing the thermolite fabric that makes this ski sock so exceptionally warm. And because wet feet equal cold feet, the Winter Ski is outfitted with Omni-Dry(R) technology for highly breathable, moisture-wicking comfort. Beefed up padding in the shin area protects you from boot bang, while a seamless hand-linked toe banishes pressure points and abrasion.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version

Columbia Winter Ski II Sock

MSRP:
$22.00 (men's)

The Columbia Winter Ski II Sock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 30, 2013 at Sierra Trading Post.

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