Seriously warm--Surprisingly soft, this is our big boy, our heaviest, most insulating, and wicking sock, most likely the warmest sock on the planet (excepting electric)
It is a calf-high sock, great for your taller boots, very thick, quite soft, and well built. Will keep your feet warm and dry all winter long. Ultra-soft bison fiber that has been properly processed, no prickly itch from these socks. Thicker and more cushioning than our Pro-gear socks.
This sock has a terry loop padded footbed, and terry loop gentle ribbed construction all the way up the calf with just enough spandex to hold it above your 12" boot top...but not enough to cut down circulation. Nylon over-plaited in the toe and way up past the heel for long smooth wear.
- Machine wash warm. Then tumble dry. No need to bleach, iron or dry clean.
- Made in the USA
- 40% American bison down, 40% superfine super-wash treated American merino wool, 18% nylon & 2% spandex
We gave a pair of our Trekker boot socks to survival expert Leon Pantenburg, and here is his review.
Shoes Size US Men US Women
Medium 7-9 7-10.5
Large 9.5-11.5 10-12.5
Well made !
Looking forward to putting them to test in the heavy snows and brutal cold my region offers
Warm, soft and comfortable!
I purchased the socks for Winter but couldn’t wait until the cold weather to wear them. I love the weight of the sock and the elastic at the calf feels good and firm against my skinny legs. The socks have a silky feel to them which I love and the terrycloth lining makes them comfy for sure!
They are everything the are described to be.
Nice and heavy, wore it hunting, feet stayed warm even when I got it drenched crossing a river
Tried for the first time the other day hunting in cold weather. Very good comfort and quality. I will definitely buy more in the future.
I live in Arctic Alaska, and received a pair of these socks from my brother last year at Christmas. I was out skiing one day, and went through an overflow and into the creek. The temperature was sitting around -35 that day. The creek there isn't deep, just enough to swamp my boots, but the hole I put through the ice made it tough to get my skis up and out. I couldn't take them off either, because the bindings froze as soon as they came up into the air. It took me about ten minutes to get out of there. Luckily, I was only about half a mile from camp, and I decided to hoof it back instead of bothering with a fire to dry out. The outside of my boots were iced up by the time I got back, but my soaked feet were perfectly warm. I just bought another pair of these socks, and won't ever leave camp without them again. Awesome socks!!
I am from Kansas and it’s been to warm to use my hat and socks. I do think they will keep my old toes warm and bald head from frostbite. Will order another hat when they go on sale again. Thanks 👍🇺🇸