Leonardo da Vinci once said, “The human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art”. He’s totally right. Our picks for best women’s snowboard socks, guaranteed to keep your feet happy, warm and dry. Oh and PS these are also great women’s ski socks.
Burton Ultralight Wool Sock – ($25.99)
I like a tall, comfortable sock when I ride and as a female rider, I prefer Burton as a brand. Their ultralight wool sock is designed with a temperature-regulating feature that other socks simply cannot offer. The unique merino wool blend is super-soft feeling that’s gentle even on sensitive skin. Ideal for comfortable feet inside the lodge (even during sludgy conditions) the Burton Ultralight Wool Sock includes an elastic arch for a supportive fit that makes slipping boots on and off easy. DryRide venting makes them breathable so stinky feet are nothing to fear and they’ll never slip down either because every Burton Ultralight Wool Sock includes a Stay High band with strategic reinforcements. Get these lightweight socks to wear them alone on warmer days or just as a base layer. The Burton Ultralight Wool Sock for Women comes in a range of rad colorful styles. [Purchase: $25.99]
EURO Socks Board Supreme Sock – ($19.99)
Sometimes, you have no intention of heading home early, even if your feet take a beating. So let’s try to prevent that type of situation with the EURO Socks Board Supreme. Unique features of this board-specific sock include MicroSupreme fabrication for moisture wicking, ventilated channels, strategically positioned padding, and impact absorbent cushioning plus blister prevention. Alone or with other socks, the EURO Board Supreme are essential for comfortably dry feet this season. [Purchase: $19.99]
Burton Trillium – ($24.00)
If you’re ready to take on some serious style that starts from the toes, and goes all the way up… try the Burton Trillium snowboard socks! With padded side and base channels you can count on comfort, even with bindings on. The stretchy, mid-weight fabric wicks away stinky foot sweat so that it dries quickly. Add the additional polypropylene-reinforced footbeds and you’ve got one of the best snowboarding socks in the snow this year. The Burton Trillium socks are like a breath of fresh air for your feet so you can keep shreading. [Purchase: $24.99]
Hotronic XLP PFI 50 – ($84.00)
When the backcountry is your second home, you may also need to stock up on what keeps you warm. In fact, you must! So, gram the Hotronic XLP power sock set to keep warm no matter how harsh the conditions get. Designed with proprietary Hotronic XLP One Power Set Sock Warmer battery packs (sold separately) heat up within the double cuff. The Hotronic XLP socks turn into a sock heater system to relieve tried muscles, ease aches and pains and soothe tired feet. All you have to do is put the heated socks on, align the cuff, position your feet with the heating element and connect the battery pack. Toasty warm toes can be yours inside Hotronic XLP socks. So stop shivering! [Purchase: $84.00]
-Compression technology + merino wool = the best of both worlds, providing great insulation while the compression keeps blood flowing to your muscles during activity.
-Well-designed antimicrobial Moisture Management wicks away moisture to keep feet dry and comfortable.
-Linked-toe technology prevents chafing around the toe.
-Supported Footbed promises fantastic arch support.
Great for: essentially everything. Sleeping, standing, exercising, you name it.
Stance Campvibes Merino Sock – ($24.00)
-A combination of 37% Merino Wool, 37% Acrylic, 15% Elastic, 11% Spandex makes these socks warm, comfortable, and supportive.
-The over-the-calf height is tailored to fit well with ski/board boots.
-Y-Gore seams around the heel add extra hold and traction control.
-Seamless toe boxes minimize friction.
-Anatomically specialized Left and Right feet provide optimum fit.
-Stance collaborated with Poler to create this badass vibrant print that’s sure to make your feet the most stylish on the mountain.
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