No one likes freezing toes in the wintertime. And your ticket to warmth starts with wearing the right socks. Styles made with merino wool are some of the best for cold weather sports because they’ll help regulate your body temperature to keep feet toasty without overheating. On top of that, the material is super soft. There are also a range of chic styles available, perfect for everyday wear and days that are slightly less chilly. Whichever look you’re in the market for, we’ve got you covered. Ahead, we’ve rounded up some of the coziest and most comfortable winter socks for women, designed to suit a range of activities.
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1. DG Hill Merino Wool Socks
DG Hill's socks are made with 80% merino wool and 17% nylon for a cozy, cool and snug fit.
Pros: They feature a brushed fleece lining for added toasty effects. They also have a cushioned and reinforced heel for extended wear, plus a little bit of arch support. These come as a pack of three.
Cons: These may shrink in the wash.
2. Smartwool PhD Medium Sock
These socks are made with a blend of merino wool and nylon to keep feet warm and dry. They're also made with the brand's Indestructawool technology for unbeatable sturdiness, as well as flex zones at the ankle joint to mold to the shape of your foot while you fly down the mountain.
Pros: Body-mapped mesh zones offer added breathability. They're lightly cushioned underfoot and feature a seamless toe design for optimal comfort.
Cons: They're on the more expensive end.
3. Ysense Casual Wool Crew
While not as toasty as the performance styles on our list, these wallet-friendly knit socks feature a blend of wool, cotton and polyester for necessary warmth and breathability. They're chic enough to complement oxfords, sneakers or your favorite booties.
Pros: They come as a pack of five and in a range of colors. These tend to stay up well and resist pilling. Although they feature traditional wool, they're not itchy or overly bulky.
Cons: Some users may find these shrink in the wash.
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