SmartWool Adrenaline Light Mini Crew Sock
These are my first wool socks for non-winter use,…
Price Paid: $15
These are my first wool socks for non-winter use, and I am impressed. They don't seem to get any hotter than cotton socks, and they have really impressed me with their wicking properties.
I discovered on a recent trip that my G-tex boots were no longer waterproof. The water was cold, and it happened on the first day of my trip. I prepared myself to be miserable for the rest of the trip since my boots take forever to dry out. With two pairs of these socks, I was able to hang one pair from my pack to dry while I wore the others. My boots dried out in no time. Even the long section of trail that I hiked with wet feet did not give me blisters.
Merino wool really does curb the stink from sweaty feet!
One thing I thought I would get from these socks is a bit of insulation at night. They don't insulate much at all. I don't take off any stars because they are designed to be light socks, and I think being cool during the day and warm at night is too much to expect of them. Great product, but shop carefully... this stuff is expensive.
Here's what other sites are saying:
When your heart gets pumping and your veins are full of natural energy, make sure your feet are protected by Smartwool's Adrenaline Light Mini Crew Socks. The lightly-cushioned sole and stretchy fit keep your toes happy during your run, bike, hike, walk - or nap.
- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version
Made for the active, multi-sport athlete, SmartWool's low-profile Adrenaline Light Mini Crew Sock hugs your foot in a high-wicking combination of merino, nylon, and a touch of spandex. The Adrenaline Light Mini Crew Sock's Smartfit knit uses varied levels of padding throughout the sock for a stay-put fit and optimal comfort. Flat-locked seams and extra cushioning in the toe and heel make this crew sock ready for all-day adventures.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version