The North Face Ski Light Sock

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The women's PhD Ski Light Socks are new and improved, and better than ever. They feature innovative new fabric, a more comfortable fit and smart design details that enhance performance.

- REI refers to the women's version

For those who spend a lot of time sliding their feet inside ski boots, the Ski Light Socks from The North Face supply light cushioning and an advanced venting system. All-natural Merino wool breathes well and wicks moisture away from the skin while PrimaLoft insulation excels in keeping you warm and dry.

- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version

Often the biggest conundrum in ski sock selection is whether to go padded/cushy/warm or ultralight/high-performance. The North Face Men's Ski Light Sock offers a happy compromise: a lightweight sock that provides technical interaction between your foot and your boot while keeping you cozy. The Ski Light Sock's blend of nylon, merino wool, and PrimaLoft fibers fits your foot like a glove (if feet wore gloves, anyway), providing insulation where it's needed, padding at impact points, and wicking when your slopeside skills really heat up. The sock's light, sleek fit gives you interference-free control.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Description of The North Face Ski Ultralight SockA high performance lightweight ski sock.Features

- US Outdoor Store

A high performance, lightly-padded, over-the-calf ski sock, The North Face Ski Light Socks for Men are built with a highly efficient 50/50 PrimaLoft(R) and Australian Merino wool blend that's quick-drying and extremely durable.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version