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I/S – DOWN SOCKS

(4 customer reviews)

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These are down socks we curently have in-stock and ready to ship. They are listed below as: SIZE | SHELL COLOR | LINER COLOR | SOCK FILL

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Description

Cold feet sleeper? Our down socks are the perfect solution. Made from lightweight nylon fabrics and filled with 850+ power premium goose down treated with DownTek for water-resistance, these socks are designed to keep your feet warm and comfy all night long. They also make great back-country hut footwear. Elastic ankle cuffs ensure they stay put and keep the warmth in. These socks conveniently pack into a small stuff sack (included.)

*NOTE: These down socks are currently in our inventory and are available “AS IS.”  If you need a pair of down socks ASAP, this is a great option! They are listed above in the following order: SIZE | SHELL COLOR | LINER COLOR | SOCK FILL. Looking for more customization? Try our CUSTOM DOWN SOCKS (lead times apply.)

If you’d like to wear your down socks around camp or during midnight calls of nature, check out our IN-STOCK WATERPROOF OVER-BOOTIES. Our over-booties are specifically designed to fit over and protect your down socks during outdoor use. When purchased together, they make the perfect ultralight sock / camp shoe combo.

All of our products are made with high-quality materials to the strictest quality standards. To ensure your product has a long life, we recommend reading over our CARE INSTRUCTIONS.

FILL + WARMTH

Each pair of socks is stuffed with a varying amount of 850 fill power DownTek down. Check the chart below for the standard amount of fill for your size. You can add extra down for increased loft and warmth if you wish. Extra down fill is recommended but not required.

The following is an estimated temperature rating for the overfill levels:
 

OVERFILL TEMPERATURE
STANDARD 35F
+ 25% 30F
+ 50% 25F
+ 75% 20F
+ 100% 15F

SIZE + WEIGHT

SIZES + WEIGHTS

The XS size is great for kids!

SIZE MEN’S SHOE SIZE WOMEN’S SHOE SIZE 8D WEIGHT 8D/20D COMBO 20D WEIGHT STANDARD FILL
X SMALL < 5 4 – 5 . 5 1 . 8 OZ 2 . 0 OZ 2 . 1 OZ 0 . 8 OZ
SMALL 5 – 6 . 5 6 – 7 . 5 1 . 9 OZ 2 . 1 OZ 2 . 3 OZ 0 . 9 OZ
MEDIUM 7 – 9 8 – 10 2 . 0 OZ 2 . 3 OZ 2 . 5 OZ 1 . 0 OZ
LARGE 9 . 5 – 12 10 . 5 – 13 2 . 1 OZ 2 . 4 OZ 2 . 7 OZ 1 . 1 OZ
X LARGE 13 – 15 14 + 2 . 2 OZ 2 . 5 OZ 2 . 8 OZ 1 . 2 OZ
XX LARGE 15 + 2 . 3 OZ 2 . 7 OZ 3 . 0 OZ 1 . 3 OZ

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FABRICS

8D – This new material has an amazing next-to-skin feel and is ultra light-weight, but still has a DWR treatment and is 100% downproof! The 8D fabric is great for saving weight for both the liner or shell fabric.

Currently Available in: BLACK, DARK NAVY, OCEAN BLUE, FOREST GREEN, PURPLE, BRICK RED, BURNT ORANGE, YELLOW, AND CHARCOAL GRAY.

20D – This nylon is the most durable fabric we offer. It has a DWR treatment applied to the outside surface, so it will allow small amounts of water to bead up and slide right off!

Currently Available in: BLACK, SAILOR BLUE, ROYAL BLUE, SKY BLUE, DUSTY OLIVE, KALE GREEN, MINT GREEN, PLUM, BLUSH PINK, CHILI RED, BLAZE ORANGE, SAND, and STEEL GRAY.

4 reviews for I/S – DOWN SOCKS

  1. Rick D (verified owner)

    Literally featherweight warmth — this is the Right Thing to mitigate cold feet — and have a happy lady partner! (The pants are awesome as well,,,we both have them!)

  2. Beechard McConnell (verified owner)

    Love these! Incredibly lightweight and warm. Perfect comfort gear in camp after a long day on the glacier!!

  3. Rhonda Kay Rodgers (verified owner)

    Game changer! I no longer need to carry foot warmers to have a good night’s sleep. Incredibly light and comfortable.

  4. Jason (verified owner)

    I got the XL size, Red, 20D, standard fill. My feet are between size 12 and 13 for shoes. The XL seemed like the right size – I think L would have been too small, b/c the XL doesn’t seem overly large. They compress down to practically nothing. I wore them in my sleeping bag on some cold nights, maybe 25 degrees or so, and they definitely helped my feet to not get so cold. I think maybe I should have gotten the extra fill though, as the standard amount is fairly minimal and it compresses down to nothing pretty easily when pushed against the foot box of the sleeping bag, and then the warmth factor went down quickly. So I’d say the extra fill probably would have been preferrable.

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