Smartwool PhD Ski Light Sock

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the PhD Ski Light Sock. Read all reviews »

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Smartwool's PhD Ski Light Women's Sock includes a light-cushioned shin and sole, as well as a superior fit, serious comfort, durability and versatility. Specifically designed for a woman's foot and featuring WOW Technology, this sock gives you more wool in high impact zones to reduce shock and abrasion.

- CampSaver.com

On Sale. Smartwool Women's PhD Ski Light Sock FEATURES of the Smartwool Women's PhD Ski Light Sock 4 Degree elite fit system uses two elastics for greater stretch and recovery to keep the sock in place Narrower profile provides perfect women's-specific fit Patented Reliawool technology in high impact areas provides longer lasting protection to keep feet comfortable Mesh ventilation zones designed specifically for female skiers provide optimum temperature regulation and moisture management Flat knit durable toe seam for high burst strength

- Moosejaw

Smartwool Womens PhD Ski Light Socks - Sale - For socks that help feet stay warm on the tram and perform on the trail, grab the Women's PhD Ski Light. Designed around a woman's foot, these socks offer women's-specific fit and mesh zones for breathability. Featuring a light-cushioned shin and sole, the 4 Degree elite fit system for a dialed fit and ReliaWool technology for durability.

- Massey's Outfitters

Your ski sock may spend its life hidden away under the shell of your boot or ski pants, but SmartWool went ahead and gave the Women's PhD Light Sock a pretty graphic nonetheless. And while you may not be aware of this sock's looks as you carve up the slopes, you'll definitely appreciate the smart, ski-centric design and cozy, breathable wool. You'll also enjoy the balance of focused cushioning and lightweight construction that gives you protection without sacrificing response or boot feel.

- Backcountry.com