Stay warm while riding with cold weather riding socks.
Rodney in AL
These are well worth the price paid. The problem with waterproof boots is that none of them are as protective as a full motocross boot. These solve that problem. I can wear any boot now and have full waterproofing. They go all the way up to just below your knee, but the real beauty is that they are sealed at the top with elastic, so you can literally go swimming and your feet will stay dry. I tested them out first by wearing a really old pair of boots I had laying around with several holes in them. In a 2' creek crossing at about 35 degrees F, I put my left foot completely under the water, and kept my right foot on the peg, away from the water. I could tell there was water in my boot, but both feet stayed warm for the rest of the ride. A couple of weeks later, I went for a 2-3 hour ride with my new boots (non-waterproof). It was raining (about 40 degrees F) the entire time, and on the way back, at the same creek crossing, the water had risen up to about 2.5 feet. Both feet went underwater naturally this time, but both remained perfectly dry and warm. I did get a size larger than normal, as others had mentioned, and I agree it's the right choice.Read All Reviews
Milan in NC
Socks are definitely warm in the cold weather. I ride with calf height boots and these socks provide plenty of warmth. Only issue I have seen with these socks are the threads on the sock itself tend to come apart. Not sure if anyone else has seen this. But otherwise they definitely do the job that they were intended.Read All Reviews