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Security Copper Compression Socks Review
Amazon Price: N/A $16.00 (as of October 19, 2018 2:02 pm –
Midweight knee high snow performance sock. Fully cUShioned and seamless toe closure. Long wear heel, toe and shin.
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Better snowboard sock design for bigger calves
I bought these for my husband as we’ve been on what feels like an epic search for snowboarding socks that don’t cut off the circulation around his calf because they are so tight (he has large muscular calves). These ones are the best we’ve found thus far as instead of the tight band being around the largest part of the calf (where most other snowboard socks end on him) these ones actually come up much closer to the knee, where the calf circumference is smaller, and therefore aren’t quite as blood-cutting-off-to-the-foot as the rest of them have been. They are still a bit tighter than he would like around the top band, but like I said, best we’ve found so far!
Length of socks fit perfectly
I haven’t used in cold weather yet, but wanted to comment on the fit. I’m 5’8″ with a 9.5 shoe size, small ankles, and large calves. The length of socks are normally an issue for me. Over-the-Calf items are often times too long for my lower legs, but these stopped just below the knee at the top of my calf. The feel was more like an athletic sock, but much thicker. Absolutely perfect fit.
These are very comfortable socks and I’m generally very pleased with them
These are very comfortable socks and I’m generally very pleased with them. It’s interesting reading reviews on socks and even gloves where some report their fingers/toes were cold in 30 degree weather while others report being kept warm at below zero. That said, my toes have gotten cold with these socks when temps are in the teens and I’m skiing. My boots are med/low-end boots but new, so perhaps that’s important. I think the relatively low wool percentage makes these good for skiing in 20F+ weather but a higher wool percentage sock might serve you better in colder temps.
These were bought as a Christmas present for a friend who works in a mill. I don’t know how they fit yet but I do know these are REALLY nice socks they will keep his feet nice and warm, These are thick socks not thin. They have a lot of support to them as well I would highly recommend these not only to skiers but to anyone who needs socks to really keep there feet supported and warm!
So far so good
Thinner/Lighter than I expected, but surprisingly warm. No issues with toes getting cold while powder skiing in early/mid December. Will see how they preform when the temps really drop, but so far I’m pretty impressed, will probably pickup another pair soon.