OUTSIDE | 6 Pairs of Socks That Keep Us Moving All Winter
Don't let the cold keep you inside
As the weather gets colder, you could throw in the towel and sit with your feet propped up in front of the fire. Or you could slip on a pair of winter socks designed to keep your feet warm in the worst conditions and get outside.
Backcountry touring demands a different kind of sock than what you’d wear running laps on lift-served terrain. Farm to Feet answers the call by removing the padded shin plate found in most downhill ski socks, incorporating mesh into the calf for more breathability, and adding an extra layer of merino wool in the toe box for added warmth where you need it most.