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01-05-2009 12:59 PM
redlude97 another +1 for smartwool. Switched over from the low end Burton socks this year, and won't be looking back. Thinner for a more precise fit, yet same warmth and superior wicking compared to the burtons.
01-04-2009 07:15 PM
arsenic0
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Originally Posted by h2o119906 View Post
Smartwool for the record.

But, I do kind of like my thin bamboo Bonfire socks, but mostly because they are purple striped.

I have multiple pairs of Burton socks. Some are good some are bad. I have some pair I just got of some really high-tech synthetic fabic and all i can say is it has nothing on good ol' wool.
Do a lot of riding with your socks showing do we?

As others have stated smart wool..
01-04-2009 06:29 PM
h2o119906 Smartwool for the record.

But, I do kind of like my thin bamboo Bonfire socks, but mostly because they are purple striped.

I have multiple pairs of Burton socks. Some are good some are bad. I have some pair I just got of some really high-tech synthetic fabic and all i can say is it has nothing on good ol' wool.
01-04-2009 02:00 PM
Grimdog
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Originally Posted by Gnar_DUDE View Post
What are some good snowboarding socks that are really thin but still warm?
Like a lot of other people, I prefer my Smart Wool socks. I have a couple pairs of Burton socks as well but I will go to the Smart Wool socks before the Burtons. I would not recommend wearing 2 pairs of socks.
01-04-2009 01:42 PM
BigC_ 13 like everyone else has said, smart wool is the way to go. awesome socks, period.
01-04-2009 12:41 PM
falconis why thin?
i like the old school fat sox , your like super comfy and tight in your boots
01-04-2009 11:50 AM
Suburban Blend DAKINE 09 Thin Line Snowboard Sock


DAKINE 09 Freeride Snowboard Sock
01-03-2009 09:52 PM
tomtom88 ua ftw. i have a pair and they are amazing. ua doesnt make anything that is low quality.
01-03-2009 09:49 PM
Zee Hot Chilly's are pretty good.
01-03-2009 09:33 PM
MaPolley07
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Originally Posted by h2o119906 View Post
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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