Lorpen Tri Layer Light Ski Sock - Men's

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Lorpen's Tri Layer Light Ski Sock page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Lorpen Tri-layer Thermolite-Silk lined Ski Sock is super thin and lightweight, yet stacked with performance. If you are trying to get your feet into too-tight fitting ski boots or want a liner sock to wear under a pair of big woolies, you should get your feet in to these thin but warm socks. Knit with real silk, this sock slides easily into any footwear and eliminates hot spots. Silk is also a great insulator and doesn't add weight or bulk. Lorpen uses engineered knitting and a seamless toe to maximize insulation, padding, ventilation and comfort.

- Backcountry Outlet

The Lorpen Tri-Layer Light socks offer lightweight, odor-resistant performance to help keep your feet fresh and comfortable in harsh winter conditions. PrimaLoft(R) polyester and soft merino wool insulate, wick away moisture and resist odors. A touch of nylon and Lycra(R) spandex help keep socks in place. Flatlock seams reduce chafing and increase durability. *Offer not valid for sale-price items ending in $._3 or $._9.

- REI

2NDS , barely perceptible blemishes. Lorpen's Tri-Layer ski socks are specially designed with three layers of nylon, PrimaLoft(R) and merino wool for superior moisture-wicking performance and all-day warmth. Available Colors: IRON, BLACK. Sizes: S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Nobody wants sweaty feet while skiing or riding. Wrap your feet in the comfort and warmth of the Lorpen Tri-Layer Light Ski Sock. Fibers easily wick moisture away from your foot, which improves moisture management and comfort. To help increase resistance to abrasion and wear, Lorpen added a nylon outer layer in high-friction areas, so you won't get holes after a couple of wears.

- Backcountry.com