The Pro Ski is made for the skier who prefers a padded shin and a more secure heel. The cushioning in the heel helps by adding some padding/comfort while reducing the risk of “heel lift” — if your boots have “packed out” in the heel and some volume is needed, these are the socks for you.
|Super-fine Merino Wool||57%|
All our socks are made with 18.5m superfine weave, suit-grade performance Merino wool.
Our custom blend of man-made fibers selected for the best breathability and fit.
Fits were recommended by the ski boots professional where I bought my boots. He specializes in podiatry + skiing and he was absolutely right. Thin but still warm and with the necessary support. Have bought multiple pairs now :).
Customer service stafg went out of her way to send my socks quickly on short notice. These socks hold their form well and seem like they will last for years.
These socks have the room for my wide calves, which is hard to find. Stood up to Deer Valley and Alta.
Good sock. I would opt for a thicker version unless you have tight fitting boots.
No sock bunch.
Softest warm socks ever! I have fits socks and they always seem to make it in someone’s Christmas gift! These are a gift that gets used, loved, and never returned!
Your sock size shouldn’t be a guessing game. Our socks range from small to double XL, but the best way to know the perfect fit for you is to match your shoe size to the chart on the left. That way, you’ll know the size you select will give you the fit and feel you expect.
Between sizes? Go with your gut, but rest assured that your socks will still fit great. If you receive your order and find yourself wishing you’d gone up or down a size, just let us know. We’ll happily send you replacements for your preferred size.
Concerned about laundry mix-ups? All FITS® socks are coordinated by color and size, based on the colors you see on the size chart. So, you won’t have to worry about mixing up your sizes with the other FITS® wearers in your home. (But stray socks mysteriously going missing in the dryer? Unfortunately, we can’t help with that.)
Questions? Let’s talk.