13 Best Women's Skiing Socks
List Updated March 2023
Bestselling Women's Skiing Socks in 2023
Pure Athlete Ski Socks - Best Lightweight Warm Skiing Socks,Black/Neon Pink,Small / Medium
- Lightweight Material: Not too thick, the light material allows the ski socks to fit comfortably in ski boots without altering the fit.
- Soft and Comfortable Material: The ski socks feel great against the ski while skiing thanks to the highest quality yarn we use. They feature an ultra-comfortable sole and feel great in ski boots.
- Merino Wool to Prevent Odor: Anti-odor properties help to prevent bacteria from forming in the ski socks, keeping feet feeling fresh. Moisture wicking technology ensures your socks don't get heavy with perspiration or wet from snow. Feet feel great all day while skiing.
- Thermal Regulating: Made of advanced special yarn, the ski socks provide superior warmth by provide thermal regulation to your feet, keeping heat in and cold out. Made of 23% Merino Wool 16% Polypropylene 58% Nylon 3% Lycra Spandex
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee: At Pure Athlete we know we make the best ski socks and stand behind our products 100%. If at any point the ski socks don't live up to expectations, simply email us and we will either refund you or send you out a replacement. It is that simple.
Pure Athlete Warm Ski Socks - Sweater Deer Sock for Skiing - Merino Wool Winter, Snowboard
- Medium Weight, Designed for Warmth: The ski sock is designed with special yarns to provide superior warmth and help keep body heat in the sock. The ski socks are a medium thickness to ensure a perfect fit with your ski boot.
- Merino Wool = Anti-odor, Moisture Wicking: Merino wool helps not to only to keep your feet at the perfect temperature, but they also give anti-odor odor proprieties to prevent the buildup of stink. The ski socks are also moisture wicking, keeping feet light and dry on the ski slopes.
- Ski in Style: The bold deer design provides a preppy look and matches with holiday sweaters.
- Over the Calf: The ski sock fits over the calf to help protect your legs from discomfort in your ski boot - knee high. The no-slip cuff at the top of the socks ensures they stay in place without digging in.
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee: We know these are the best ski socks you will ever wear. We guarantee it! If not fully satisfied for any reason, we will refund your purchase in full - no questions asked.
Pure Athlete Elite Ski Socks – Lightweight Merino Wool Warm Skiing Sock for Men and Women (S, Black)
Pure Athlete High Performance Wool Ski Socks – Outdoor Wool Skiing Socks, Snowboard Socks (Black/Grey/Neon Pink, Small)
Eurosocks Ski Supreme Sock, Fuschia, Medium
- ELIMINATES ABRASIONS - Dynamic cushioning provides comfort and eliminates abrasion offering snow skiers high performance protection, less foot stress and a faster recovery time
- DYNAMIC CUSHIONING - Provides high performance protection to the foot and shin against the rigidity of ski boots assisting better circulation and comfort
- PROVIDES SUPPORT - Elastic arch band & ankle brace, smooth toe, flat knit construction insure both a wrinkle-free fit and feel, maximum support without bulk
- MICRO - SUPREME TECHNOLOGY - Creates moisture management, superior wicking and self-drying capabilities that keep feet warm and Dry, Dry feet = less blisters
- 100% Made in Italy - Euro socks, advanced technology, exclusive materials, superior craftsmanship, creates the highest quality of socks you will ever wear
MUSAN Wool Ski Socks,Extra Warm Knee High Performance Snow Skiing/Snowboard Socks in Outdoor,Fit for Men and Women, Black, Size:L
Ski Socks, WeiMeet Knee High Warm Skiing Snowboard Socks for Men and Women (M, Black)
- Warm winter socks for extreme cold weather, made of 60% Cotton 37% Nylon 3% Lycra Spandex, super warm ski socks without being too thick, fit you boots well, protect your feet and legs from cold wind in snowboarding
- Skiing socks with moisture wicking function, enhanced circulation ability, keeps your socks dry in all day, anti-odor socks to prevent bacteria from forming in the ski socks, best socks to keep your feet healthy
- Snowboarding socks with special design: No-slip cuff at the top of the ski socks prevents the socks from slipping or sliding into ski boots; Cushioning design at the ankle and toes part provide s superior comfort when wearing ski boots
- Thermal Regulating: Made of advanced special yarn, the ski socks provide superior warmth by provide thermal regulation to your feet, keeping heat in and cold out. Made of 60% Cotton 37% Nylon 3% Lycra Spandex
- Sporting socks in winter, perfect for skiing, snowboarding and keeping warm in other outdoor sports. We hold product quality and customer satisfaction as our first priority. Full refund and replacement are always available if the socks don't live up to expectations
Century Star Cashmere Wool Full Cushion Womens Crew Dress Socks, One Size, 5 Pack Solid Color1
- Classical Patterned Crew Socks - Elegant, fun, trendy and unique designs. Designed for comfort and style
- Thickness - General thickness of wool socks, it is suitable for autumn and winter
- Machine Washable - Socks are very easy to wash and maintain. These socks can be easily washed using as washing machine. Alternatively you may also hand wash them to make then last longer.
- Packing Contents - As showned pairs quantity of socks: 5 pairs socks
- Brand - Century Star is a brand registered in the USA, to ensure quality product, NEVER purchase Century Star Brand items out of Century Star store
Compression Socks (1 pair) for Women & Men by A-Swift (Kitty, L/XL)
- IMPROVED BLOOD CIRCULATION WITH 20-30 MMHG GRADUATED COMPRESSION - The 20 - 30 mmHG graduated compression stimulates blood flow and improves oxygen delivery to your muscles. These socks help prevent cramping, fatigue, swelling, muscle recovery, spider veins, varicose veins and injury prevention. Suitable for diabetics and dvt patients.
- FUN DESIGNS, QUALITY CONSTRUCTION & COMFORT - Our socks are colorful and fun to wear! So too are they comfortable and durable! The toe and heel portion are reinforced for added support and comfort.
- ANTI-FUNGAL & ANTI-ODOR - The materials are breathable and wicks moisture away. The anti-fungal material stops the growth of bacteria, deodorizes and keeps you dry even with longer use.
- IDEAL FOR SPORTS & DAILY WEAR - These socks are perfect for runners, athletes, fitness workouts, gym, hiking, tennis, cycling, office workers, airplane travelers, skiing, cross fit or anyone (e.g. doctors and nurses) who are on their feet all day!
- GREAT AS GIFTS - These make perfect gifts for your family, friends and loved ones. Gifts that are not just functional but also beneficial to their health! (Special Reminder: Please refer to the size chart in the images of the listing before ordering).
YUEDGE 2 Pairs Women's Cushion Merino Wool Thermal Winter Sports Hiking Socks(XL)
- HIGHT QUALITY MATERIAL - Merino wool socks are made from premium quality wool which is extremely comfortable, yet durable,soft and itch free. These socks keep your feet cozy, softer than regular socks.
- WICKING AND BREATH - Wool has natural wicking, anti-bacterial, and odor-resistant propertie,esistant properties that keep you dry and comfortable whether you are in hot or cold weather. Wool absorbs moisture better than other fibers and is more breathable.
- FINE WORKMANSHIP - Precision sewing socks by hand stitching,seamless valley.Exquisite design extra cushioning, arch and heel support, reinforced from heel to toe for maximum comfort and durability.
- COMFORTABLE FOOT SUPPORT - Elastic arch and leg compression provides all-day support and the reinforced toe and heel includes extra padding for targeted protection. It protects the foot from shear and prevents painful blisters.
- MULTI PERFORMANCE - Soft merino wool socks provides natural comfort for seasons.Cool in the summer, warm in the winter.Ideal for outdoor sports, camping, hiking, mountaineering, trekking, trail, running, climbing, skiing, snowboarding and so on.
A-Swift Compression Socks for Women & Men - Counting Sheep, Medium
- GRADUATED COMPRESSION (20 - 30 mmHg) & FASTER MUSCLE RECOVER - Better Blood Circulation as strongest compression happens at the ankle, and gradually decreases moving up the leg. Better oxygen circulation helps reduce lactic acid build up and aids muscle recovery.
- BEST VALUE PACKAGE: You get a HIGH QUALITY pair of compression socks AND a FREE BONUS E-BOOK (entitled "Let's Play Tennis") containing 10 Chapters of useful information on the game of Tennis. Suits tennis players looking to improve their techniques and those keen on picking up the game.
- SILVER YARN ANTI-BACTERIA FABRIC - Helps regulate temperature by keeping you warm when cold, and cool when hot
- ANTI-FUNGAL & ANTI-ODOR - The materials are breathable and wicks moisture away. The anti-fungal material stops the growth of bacteria, deodorizes and keeps you dry even with longer use.
- IDEAL FOR SPORTS & DAILY WEAR - Reduces muscle fatigue, especially if on your feet for long periods of time, traveling or all sports e.g. cross fit, skiing, running, hiking and more (SPECIAL REMINDER : Please refer to the size chart as shown in the images of the listing to select the suitable size to purchase)
2 Pairs of Thick Heat Trapping Insulated Heated Boot Thermal Socks, Black, Medium
- Extra warm for the coldest winter weather; Padded comfort; great for sports, hiking, skiing; 7x warmer than cotton; softer than wool, non-itchy
- Heavily brushed fuzzy lining soft comfort for feet; Ribbed stay-up top keeps socks from sliding down; Thick thermal yarn; Moisture wicking for dryness; Perfect outdoor trail cold weather gear; Also great for outdoor athletic activities
- Machine wash cold with like colors, tumble dry low; Made in China; 93% acrylic/6% polyester/1% spandex
- Medium: Mens/Boys shoe size 4-8, Womens 6-10; Large: Mens shoe size 9-12
- (2) Pairs Thermal Insulated Thick Socks by Arctic Extreme for men or women. Colors to choose from Include: Black, Black & Gray Striped, Black & Purple Striped, Gray/Blue & Gray/Black.
Eurosocks Women's Snow Skiing Sock, Grey, Medium
- SNOW SKI SOCKS - Lightweight skiing socks, second skin fit and feel, embraces the foot ensuring a snug fit, eliminating wrinkles, reducing pressure points
- PERFORMANCE PROTECTION - High performance protection, low density padding and seamless toe pocket, relieves foot stress, eliminates swelling and numbness
- FUNDAMENTAL QUALITIES - Stay up system prevents socks from sliding down, elastic arch support with ventilation channels to offer complete foot protection
- Dry Feet = LESS BLISTERS - Using our exclusive Silver Drystat for moisture wicking capabilities that will keep your feet dry, comfortable and fungus free
- 100% MADE IN ITALY - Eurosocks, advanced technology, exclusive materials, superior craftsmanship, creates the highest quality of socks you will ever wear
Fitness Fun... Snow Sports Abound in a Town Known to Work Hard and Play Hard
Downhill or cross-country skiing, skating, playing hockey or sledding, getting outside during the winter months can be challenging exercise, and good fun.
The main winter activities that Los Alamos has to offer - downhill and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and ice-skating -- will be included here, and especially, the devotees who help people find their winter sweet spot.
Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding - Pajarito Ski Area and Ski Club
Benefits: Downhill skiing (and snow boarding) are high-energy and physically demanding, but with some skill and practice can be relaxing as well as great cardio exercise.
"Los Alamos has a real 'sporty' feel to its population. Locally as well as Nationally skiing and snowboarding have seen continual growth over the last several years," says Tom Long, General Manager of the Pajarito Ski Area. "Snowboarding enjoyed a very rapid growth spurt at it inception and recognition, but has slowed to match the annual growth of skiing."
Long, who has been skiing since the age of two, has a long history of skiing, racing, coaching and teaching skiing. He is a full-Certified member of the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) and was an Examiner and Clinic Conductor for the Rocky Mountain Division of PSIA. Long has worked full-time in the ski industry since 1966. He came to Pajarito Mountain Ski Area in September of 2004 from Sandia Peak where he worked for 38 years.
"I had skied at Pajarito over the years since I was a child. I had also come here to conduct clinics and training events for the ski school staff over the years," Long says. "The terrain and unique culture always drew me to this place."
Attractions: On almost any given day, out-of-town visitors to Pajarito Ski Area rave about the slopes, the grooming, the facilities and the personnel that make it all work. We take it all for granted, but should appreciate our family-friendly little ski area with a charming history that's part of the Lab itself and at the heart of the character of Los Alamos.
"Pajarito Mountain compares very favorably with our contemporaries in New Mexico," says Long. "We have a lot of challenging terrain and some great terrain to cruse. We have very nice terrain park, an excellent Ski Patrol and Ski School. We have an extraordinary culture and history that is hard to match in our industry."
"Visitors are amazed at the scope and variety of our mountain," he says. "We have a lot of lift capacity so lift lines are virtually non-existent, and we can challenge the best skiers and have a lot of terrain for the neophyte. The regulars are always happy to have a variety of conditions groomed runs and great moguls to challenge themselves."
Facilities: The Los Alamos Ski Club owns and operates the ski area, which measures 750 acres, including 300 cleared acres. Just 5 miles from downtown, Pajarito has 5 lifts, 40 named trails, a terrain park, rental, retail, cafÃ©, a ski school and a volunteer ski patrol. The steepest slope is 37 degrees, and 50% of the trails are intermediate level. The lowest point is 9,000 feet in elevation, the highest 10,440 feet.
In the 1940s, during the Manhattan Project, a group of scientists, mostly Europeans accustomed to skiing, created a ski area using explosives to clear the trails. The ski area was moved to the current location in the early 1950s and maintains a bulletin board history in the cafÃ© that includes some of the biggest names in science on its 1943 membership rolls. Right there, on paper.
"Snow fall and the quality of the skiing experience are usually indicators of the strength of the season," says Long. "It seems that Pajarito Mountain Ski Area has a very strong 'core' of members that has been growing on an annual basis since I've been here. Still, our memberships have not reached the zenith years some 20 years ago."
Cost: Ski passes range from $304 to $552, but are greatly discounted before November 3. Day passes are $31-$50.
Instruction/Gear: Two-and four-hour lessons are available on-site, as is rental equipment. Also, Los Alamos Ski Club hosts a Ski Swap in October.
Benefits/attractions: Excellent cardio-vascular exercise, builds muscle, flexibility and overall fitness. It's also a great way to build friendships, according to long-time Mountaineer Richard Opsahl.
Opsahl came to Los Alamos when he retired in 1999 because of its "outdoor ethic," and "we have the only free, groomed cross-country area in New Mexico." Opsahl is still very active in the Los Alamos Mountaineers club, doing 5-10 excursions each year.
The Los Alamos Mountaineers (LAM) have had an active presence here for more than 55 years. Their primary winter activities are cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing. The club organizes outings, monthly meetings and programs like slide shows of recent trips and talks, and the annual climbing school, and hosts an online Swap Meet. The website, , has a collection of accounts of adventures of members, reflecting the focus of the club on its members. Membership is just $15/year for individuals, $20 for families.
Recommended trails: The Los Alamos County Golf Course, Pipeline Road and Canada Bonita from the Pajarito Ski Area parking lot. There are no Nordic trails actually on Pajarito Mountain, but there is a network of trails to the north in Santa Fe National Forest maintained by the Southwest Nordic Ski Club (SWNSKI), and more trails in the Valles Caldera National Preserve (VCNP). The SWNSKI trails are accessed from the west end of the ski area parking lot, while the VCNP trails are reached from the Visitor Center in the Valle. If you want to get to know the local spots, get to know some Mountaineers.
Where to get gear: Los Alamos Ski Club hosts a Ski Swap in October, and retail shops in Santa Fe include Sangre de Cristo Mountain Works, Alpine Sports and Cottam's Ski Shop. Also, see LAM's online Swap Meet.
Who provides training: Both the Mountaineers Club and the SWNSKI Club offer trips with experienced members.
Benefits/Attractions: This must be the easiest way to really get out into the woods. It's a low cost gear investment, no training is required, and no snow-grooming (or even trails) are required. It's also great aerobic exercise, according to Barranca Mesa Elementary School PE teacher Lynne Higdon. "New Mexico has those beautiful sunny days in the winter that are great for getting outdoors," she says.
"One of the benefits of snowshoeing is that you don't have to give up hiking in the winter when the snow falls," says Higdon. "It's fun to get out and play in the snow without sinking down or turning your ankles on a rock."
Higdon got a grant from the Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation last year to buy snowshoes for all her classes so she'd have an outdoor activity for them when the snow fell. "The students have a great time putting on the snowshoes and going all around the playground," she says. "It gives us a chance to get outside in the winter to play. "
Higdon was raised in San Diego, and has lived in Seattle and North Carolina before coming to New Mexico eight years ago. "I think snowshoeing is well suited to Los Alamos since there are so many people that love to get out in the canyons and hillsides to enjoy the beauty around us," she says.
Recommended areas: Golf Course, playgrounds, alongside cross-country ski trails and hiking trails in general. Any open space with deep snow.
Where to get the gear: Most sports stores, and Los Alamos County has snowshoes available for rent.
Who provides services, training, etc.: LAM offers group trips with experienced members.
Ice-skating and Hockey - Los Alamos County Ice Rink
Benefits/Attractions: Balancing on skates and practicing the grace of stability in motion is just harder than it looks. And for those more skilled, the challenges of figure skating or hockey playing are great exercise and a lot of fun.
Facilities and amenities: The Los Alamos County Ice Rink is a community outdoor Rink established in 1936. It is the only refrigerated, NHL regulation, outdoor ice rink in New Mexico and it is used for competitive ice hockey and recreational skating. Group reservations are available for skating parties and games. There's also an "Adults only" skate during lunch hour. The warming hut has a concession stand and big windows for viewing the skaters.
"Recreation brought me to Los Alamos," says Diane Marquez, who has been the Rink Manager for seven seasons. "I was hired by the Los Alamos County Recreation Division in 1994, took a break to work in Colorado from 2000-2003, and jumped at the chance to come back in 2003. I enjoy the people and they way they are invested and involved in the community. I love my job and am fortunate to do something I love everyday and live in a beautiful community like Los Alamos."
"Los Alamos is a friendly community and people want to be here, and though we are a transient community with people coming and going, people enjoy being here because of all the outdoor recreation activities," she says. "The Ice Rink is a community gem we're lucky to have. I enjoy working with our staff, and I couldn't ask for a better hockey association. The Rink been here over 60 years so it's an institution."
The Los Alamos Hockey League offers hockey teams for ages 4-19, and provides training for coaching, camps and clinics for all levels, and "Stick and Puck" - an informal introductory session available on select Tuesdays on a drop-in basis.
Marquez says since this is an Olympic year the rink will likely see an increase in ice-skating lessons, and nationally hockey is increasing in popularity but it the program is at capacity here.
"People are crazy about hockey in Los Alamos," Marquez says. "And other outdoor winter sports too. All of the outdoor recreation opportunities allow families to get out as a unit and do activities together."
"We have people that come to Los Alamos from all over the country and internationally, and they bring with them the activities they are familiar with," she says. "Los Alamos has many people from the mid-West and eastern states who grew up with hockey and ice skating and brought it with them to Los Alamos and so it continues to thrive."
Where to get the gear: The Ice rink rents skates, but helmets are not provided. LAHA rents hockey gear to registered participants for the season.
Instruction: Ice skating lessons for adults and children are offered.
Benefits/attractions: Easy, family-friendly and fun. The exercise is in walking back up the hill.
Where to get gear: Metzger's and Ace Home Improvement carry sleds and shovels. A helmet is also a good idea.
-- Bayo Canyon trailhead at the traffic circle (San Ildefonso and Diamond Drive) has a wide and varied area built alongside the trailhead.
-- Urban Park (Urban and North Road) south side has a small slope.
Note: Los Alamos County Police request that residents do not sled on streets, even after a big snow with 'no one' out on the roads. Also, sledding is not allowed at the Ski Area during ski season.