Merino Wool Ski Socks for Women | FITS®

FITS® winter socks for women are crafted with our super fine merino wool to keep your feet warm all winter long, regardless of the outdoor activity you choose. Whether for skiing, snowboarding, sledding, or winter hiking, you can find the best winter socks for women at FITS®.

Knee High Winter Socks for Women 

Winter waits for nobody. As the winter season approaches, it's the perfect time to start shopping for winter socks for women. Don't get left out in the cold wearing multiple pairs of thin cotton socks trying to keep your feet warm. Instead, get a pair of our warm socks for women that are up for any cold-weather task. 


FITS® uses a much higher quality merino wool for our winter socks for women than anyone else in the market. Combined with our Omega Performance Yarn, designed with a custom blend of high-quality man-made fibers, FITS® winter socks for women are the superior choice for warm socks for women.


Although the Women’s Pro Ski (Power) - OTC is a favorite among skiers who prefer a padded shin and more secure heel, it’s not just a women’s wool ski sock. With a highly cushioned heel adding padding and comfort, it is an excellent choice for when you wear your snow boots, regardless of the activity.


We use super fine merino wool that naturally wicks away moisture to regulate temperature, making for the best winter socks for women. Additionally, the Dynamic Toe Cup® is a feature woven into every pair of our warm socks for women that contours to the shape of your foot. It limits the amount of material in the toe box to prevent bunching in a critical area of the foot. The last thing you want to do after lacing up your winter boots is deal with bunching, causing you to have to remove your boots and locate that pesky sock knot.

Women’s Wool Ski Socks Made for the Slopes

Whether you’re headed uphill, downhill, or cross country skiing, FITS® women’s wool ski socks have your feet covered. All of our women’s wool ski socks naturally wick away moisture to regulate temperature while you tackle your favorite ski runs.


The Light Ski - OTC is a top seller and the perfect hybrid ski sock. This pair of women’s wool ski socks is an excellent choice for the skier looking for a high-performance sock with a bit of extra padding in all the right places. The Light Ski sock style is offered in a wide variety of designs and colors, such as the popular Light Ski (Sierra), which displays a fun tree-themed design and the Light Ski (Jackson), which showcases a beautiful snowflake design.


At FITS®, we are dedicated to providing the best fitting, most comfortable feeling warm socks for women ever made. Our gradient compression is a feature that makes all of our skiers happy while accomplishing unrivaled comfort. FITS Sock Technology boosts blood flow while keeping your socks from disappearing into your boots, so you can stay on the slopes where you belong. Shop the best winter socks for women to find your favorite pair for your next snow adventure today. Don't know which size to order? Check out our sock size chart to determine the right size for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are wool socks good for skiing?

Yes, wool socks are great for skiing! Anyone who has ever gone skiing knows that having the right gear is essential for a good day on the slopes. Wool is an ideal material for ski socks because it is incredibly absorbent with moisture-wicking properties that help keep your feet dry. Did you know that your feet can sweat even when the temperature outside is below zero? In fact, your feet sweat significantly more when engaging in physically demanding activities like skiing and snowboarding. So, wearing a pair of socks made of wool is an excellent way to wick away perspiration and help prevent frostbite and blisters. Additionally, wool is naturally insulating, so it will help keep your feet warm. So, next time you’re looking for a pair of ski socks, make sure to choose socks made with merino wool.

Is it better to wear thin or thick ski socks?

Some skiers find thin socks to be more comfortable because they don’t cause as much foot fatigue. However, they offer less protection from the cold and are more likely to cause blisters. Thick socks are warmer and provide more padding, but some skiers find them to be too bulky, making it difficult to get them to fit inside ski boots comfortably. Ultimately, the best sock choice depends on personal preference and skiing conditions. If you're prone to cold feet or blisters, thicker socks might be the way to go, but if you like extra room for your feet to move in your boots, thin socks are a good option. At FITS, we offer a wide selection of thick and thin ski socks, so you can find the cushioning that feels best to you.

Can you wear hiking socks to ski?

When it comes to winter sports, everyone has their own style. While some people prefer to stick to traditional ski gear, others are more experimental with their clothing choices. So, can you wear hiking socks to ski? The short answer is yes! Hiking socks are made from a variety of different materials, including wool and synthetic fibers. These materials are designed to wick away moisture, keeping your feet dry and comfortable even when you're sweating. In addition, hiking socks often have a thicker construction that can provide extra warmth and protection in cold weather conditions. So, if you're looking for a sock that will keep your feet warm and dry on the slopes, check out our wide selection of hiking socks for women.