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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-03-2009, 02:22 PM Thread Starter
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Thinnest warm sock?

What are some good snowboarding socks that are really thin but still warm?
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I usually wear 2 pairs at once. Keeps my footsy's warm.
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smart wool socks are the bomb.
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Under Armour cold gear socks
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smart wool socks are the bomb.
Couldn't agree with you more.
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Couldn't agree with you more.
I love mine, good for hiking too!
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I'm sure the under armor socks are good because everything they make is good. I personally wear smartwool. It roxxors my soxxors.
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smart wool socks are the bomb.
for sure, I have 3 pairs of smart wool dual layer merino wool hiking socks i got at bass pro shops for hiking, and I wear them for snowboarding. great moisture wicking, not too hot, not too cold, even for summer hiking. a bit pricey at $18/pair, but well worth it
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Hot Chilly's are pretty good.
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ua ftw. i have a pair and they are amazing. ua doesnt make anything that is low quality.

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