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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Smartwool's Ski Medium Sock page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Features of the Smartwool Ski Medium Sock 4 Degree elite Fit system Uses two elastics for greater stretch and recovery to keep the sock in place Patented ReliaWool Technology in High impact Areas provides longer lasting protection to keep feet comfortable Strategically placed mesh ventilation zones provide ventilation for temperature and moisture management Flat knit durable toe seam for High burst strength

- Moosejaw

Smartwool Ski Medium socks have a medium-cushioned shin and foot, as well as a superior fit, durability and versatility. They also boast a 4-Degree(TM) fit and reinforced heel and toe zones.


2NDS . Comfort comes with a cushy underfoot sole and padded shin in SmartWooland#39;s 2013 medium cushion ski socks, designed especially for performance inside your mountain-bound boots. Available Colors: BLACK/RED, BLACK, NAVY/ACRITIC BLUE. Sizes: L, XS, S, M, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Remember the days when a sock was just a sock' Now socks are just as high tech as your outerwear, and honestly, our feet are thankful for it. Smartwool's Medium Ski Sock provides medium shin-cushioning to take more of the bang out of boot bang; because, really, who wants bruised shins all winter long' The Medium Ski Sock features Smartwool's Smart Fit System, which combines an elastic arch and ankle brace with an instep flex zone for unparalleled fit and comfort. Flat-loop toe seams reduce hot spots around your toes, and the over-the-calf height of this sock ensures it doesn't bunch up inside your boots. The unique blend of wool, nylon and spandex yields an elastic sock that naturally wicks sweat, staves off odor, and holds its shape for seasons to come.

- Backcountry.com