The Mammoth Socks are some of Klim's warmest and thickest technical socks ever created. The Klim Mammoth Socks were designed to enhance the performance of Gore-Tex boots by wicking moisture away from the skin allowing the foot to stay warm and dry even in the harshest environments.
100% Terry construction for added warmth and padded comfort.
If you have ridden for years, the socks of the day were the red or blue MSR terrycloth socks. These are exactly like them, but have an instep support which helps keep the socks in place. I will aquire another couple pair so I have a clean pair to ride in every day. These are the best!
I live in the Arizona desert but bought these for an Adventure trip to Death Valley during the February 2019 winter storm where we'd be seeing rides in the low 30F's. We were even caught in rain and snow while I wore these socks. The socks performed flawlessly and kept my feet warm even when we weren't working. I had a 30 mile highway run in low 30F temperature in adventure boots and my feet were always warm. I think they are made for much colder temps, but they were comfortable. They're too warm if the day will see 60F or higher, but that's not what I bought them for. They paid for themselves with just this one trip.
Klim stuff just lasts a long time and this sock seems like it will as well. It is warm, dries fast and is comfortable. Price was reasonable and as long as it lasts (like all my other Klim stuff) then I'll be happy forever.
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Anyone running recent Klim Mammoth socks? I've seen reviews saying I would need to size down to a small (Klim sock size 4-6). I'm a shoe size 9 (Medium sock in Klim). But people still say size down to a small sock. Seems like a stretch to go that far down. I'm 5'5". Thoughts? Thanks!