If you work outside in the winter or like to head out into adventures in the snow, finding the right pair of socks to wear with your boots is an important decision. Not only do they keep your feet comfortable, but they can also help keep them dry and provide arch support. We researched some of the best products out there and put together this review to help you find the right pair for you. Here are some of the important things to keep in mind.
Gender: These socks come in both men’s and women’s styles though there isn’t much difference between them. The biggest thing that sets them apart is that women’s styles are usually available in more colors and styles.
Length: There are 3 different lengths in our reviews, crew, mid-calf, and knee-high. Typically the length that you need depends on how tall your boots are though some of these socks can be folded down and used with other styles of boots.
Number of Pairs: All of these socks come in packs of at least 2 and as many as 12. Multi-packs are a good choice when it comes to socks since you need a new pair every day.
Machine Washable: Most of these socks are machine washable but there are a few options here that are not. That’s why it’s important to read the washing instructions carefully so your socks last as long as possible.
Color: Most of the men’s styles come in basic colors like black, gray, and brown while the women’s socks come in various colors and patterns. Some even have lacey feminine accents around the top for added style.
Material: Material varies a bit but these socks are all made using different blends of materials so that they’re soft, comfortable, and durable. Some even have special materials that wick away moisture and keep your feet dry even in the snow.
Now that you have a better idea of what to look for, let’s move into our reviews. Here’s how it works. We put our top and budget picks right at the top of the list so that you’ll see them even if you’re in a hurry. That’s the best way to see the range of products available. There are a lot of great options here, though, so stick around as long as you can. Okay, ready? Let’s get started.