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Socks



Editors' Choice Snow Award 2013: Fits Pro Ski Sock

Socks so comfortable, you won't want to take them off.

Gear Review: Fits Pro Ski Sock

Editors' Choice 2013 Winner. Long-term comfort assured.

Gear Review: Wolverine Merino Xtreme Hiker Sock

Cushy winter socks that side-step being bulky or stuffy.

Gear Review: Lorpen T3+ Polartec Light Ski Sock

A sock with double the layer of Polartec power.

Pamper Your Feet

Boost comfort with these three sock, shoe, and insert options.

Fall/Winter Gear Guide 2012: Socks

Banish blisters with these cushioned models. Bonus: A gaiter and camp shoe for all your winter trips.

Gear Review: Dahlgren Multisport Compression Socks

Thin, graduated compression knee-highs that that keep the blood moving in your legs.

Gear Review: Darn Tough 1/4 Length Cushion Hiking Sock

High enough to keep debris out, but low enough that it won't cause overheating on warm days.

Gear Review: Fox River VVS LV Ski Sock

These socks have just the right amount of cushion and warmth.

Gear Review: SmartWool PhD Mountaineering Sock

A blend of nylon and merino makes these socks durable and fast-drying.

Gear: Ultralight Layers

Stay comfortable and carry less with these versatile, all purpose pieces.

Fall/Winter Gear Guide 2011: Socks & Gaiters

From short to tall to toe socks - we have a performance sock for every foot.

Holiday Gift Guide 2011: Smartwool Mountaineering Extra Heavy Crew Socks

The perfect Merino sock for mountaineering or winter expeditions

Gear Review: Injinji Performance Series Orginal Weight Mini-Crew Socks

Toe socks that give you the benefits of barefoot running with the comfort of socks.

Gear Review: Fox River Cirrus/Sierra Socks

A sock made for those in-between days.

Gear Review: Fox River Mammoth Ski Socks

These lightweight ski socks are warm, snug, and boot bang friendly.

Gear Review: Darn Tough True Seamless Mesh Socks

A seamless sock that's blister proof.

Gear Review: FITS Hiker Crew Medium Socks

These super cushy socks provide all-day comfort.

Mother's Day Gift Guide: Dahlgren Hiking Socks

Plushly padded socks for all-day comfort

Gear Review: Dahlgren Backpacking Sock

Socks that stay plush through heavy miles.

Gear Review: Bridgedale X-Hale Light Hiker with NanoGLIDE Socks

Socks with friction protection in all the right places.

Gear Review: Darn Tough Vermont True-Seamless Socks

Socks that promise no blisters–and deliver.

Gear Review: Lorpen Kids Light Hikers

Merino/synthetic socks that will make kids' feet happy.

Fall/Winter Gear Guide 2010: Socks & Gaiters

Whether you're skiing, postholing, or just building a snow fort with the kids we have the socks and gaiters for every condition.

Gear Review: TSL Trek Short Gaiter

These zippered gaiters keep out crusty debris.

Gear Review: Outdoor Research Salamander Gaiter

These gaiters thrive in wet, wet conditions.

Gear Review: Black Diamond FrontPoint Gaiter

Made for ice climbers–perfect for anyone who needs tough, tall gaiters.

Gear Review: Point6 Ski Light Sun Sock

Ski socks that protect shins from boot bang.

Gear Review: tekoMERINO Evolution Midweight Sock

Multi-season socks with tons of cush.

Gear Review: Wigwam Weather Shield Sock

Bargain socks that are warm and resilient.

Gear Review: Lorpen Trekking/Expedition Polartec & Primaloft Sock

Perfect fit and great performance

Gear Review: Darn Tough Mountaineering Sock

These above-the-calf mountaineering socks offer extra warmth when you need it most.

Gear Review: Wigwam Trail Mix Fusion Socks

These Wigwam socks are great for skiing thanks to the blister protection offered by the polypro inner face.

Gear Review: Point 6 Active Medium Cushion Crew Socks

This midweight crew sock by Point 6 was a tester favorite.

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