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02-25-2014 01:42 PM
boarderaholic
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Originally Posted by CassMT View Post
naw, some othe rlunatic...i'm not even 100% sure that's not a photoshop
That's not a photoshop.
02-25-2014 04:07 AM
wrathfuldeity
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Originally Posted by ShredLife View Post
you might try wearing a liner sock. on long trips hiking in mountaineering boots one trick i've used is to wear a pair of dress socks under my normal hikers or snowboard socks. the dress socks are super super thin (silk would work too) and although the primary purpose is to reduce friction and help wicking it does add warmth without adding really any bulk.

another idea is to try smartwool's mountaineering socks. they're ski/shred height but more padded/insulated (most notably on the top of the foot/toes).
I use a liner and smartwool phd...no problems
02-24-2014 08:38 PM
CassMT naw, some othe rlunatic...i'm not even 100% sure that's not a photoshop
02-24-2014 08:09 PM
Varza
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Is that you?
02-24-2014 07:20 PM
CassMT
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i like smartwool but honestly, this year has been pretty mild and i'm just using stance socks on the reg. no need for wool unfortunately. it's just like going out skateboarding, no snow here in NM
02-24-2014 06:11 PM
stan_darsh i like smartwool but honestly, this year has been pretty mild and i'm just using stance socks on the reg. no need for wool unfortunately. it's just like going out skateboarding, no snow here in NM
02-24-2014 04:32 PM
MeanJoe If your feet are getting cold in 29-degree temps with smart wool you got problems that aren't related to your socks! I finally made the switch to merino wool socks last year and am a big fan of the Smart Wool PHD ultra-lights. I've been out in single-digit temps this year and although everything else on me had frost-bite, my toes were nice and warm.

MeanJoe
02-23-2014 08:01 PM
M.C._Dub
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Darn Tough padded are my fav now + lifetime guarantee ftw
^This. 100% Darn Tough all day. Buy 7 pairs of socks and you never need to buy more. EVER! And I find them to be better than Smartwool. Though I do have a few nice pairs of those.
02-23-2014 07:13 PM
that_guy I have several pairs of Burton socks. But, I strongly prefer rocking no socks at all, haven't worn socks riding since 2010, in fact. Good fit, warm feet in general, and no trouble with bunching socks or blisters.
02-23-2014 07:10 PM
CassMT Darn Tough padded are my fav now + lifetime guarantee ftw
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