Beyond EXTREME COLD WEATHER SOCKS
Engineered Foot Protection
We'll keep your feet warm and comfortable!
Constructed with THOR•LON® blended with thermal fibers for extra insulation , and superior softness, resilience, durability and moisture-wicking for drier, warmer, better feeling feet.
Cushioned instep and arch for a better fit, more support and less pressure on the feet for a more comfort.
Low profile toe seam won’t rub or irritate feet.
Ventilation panel for extra moisture control and breathability
Unique padding specifically designed for extreme cold weather activities, clinically shown to reduce blisters, pain, pressures, and moisture for maximum protection.
For Feet That Hurt
During or after your activity
For Feet That Do Not Hurt
During or after your activity
Your Feet Will Feel Better Or Your Money Back®
Snow Extreme Cold socks
Loved by snowmobile and dog sled racers, trusted by Canadian construction workers and Lake Superior ice fisherman, Thorlos padded Extreme Cold weather socks are the choice for those who play or work long hours in the cold. Alpaca socks – known for their warmth - are no match for our highly protective worsted wool-THOR-LON® blend over-the-calf padded socks.
Built for Warmth and Comfort
Thorlos Extreme Cold Weather socks have been constructed to:
Keep your feet warm…
Keeping your feet warm in frigid conditions requires the right thermal fabric. Wool for warmth is a given, but not 100% worsted wool. In a well-insulated boot, your feet will perspire. To keep them warm, it’s absolutely essential to blend the wool with our proprietary THOR-LON yarn; the blended fabric wicks perspiration away, keeping feet dry (and the skin of the feet healthier) during 8 to 10 hour days. Dry feet are warm feet. If your feet get wet, they will get cold more easily, which can start a chain reaction that chills your entire body, causing you to shorten your work or play day and possibly putting your health (or life) at risk.
Stay up all day long…
Out in the cold you need socks that will stay up over your calves all day long. If you’re wearing gloves and protective pants, you’re unlikely to be able to tug your socks up during the day. That’s why Thorlos Extreme Cold weather padded socks are made with a 4-inch long ribbed spandex knit secure-fit top. The top snugs comfortably to your calf, staying in place all day long.
Keep your feet and legs comfortable…
Thorlos Extreme Cold weather padded socks are made with our engineered clinically-tested padding placed exactly where you need it. As always, you’ll find padding on the balls and the heel of your feet. It’s also been added where your feet require protection from your boots. You’ll find Thorlos clinically-tested padding across the top of the toes for protection and thermal insulation, across the top of the feet, around the ankles and all the way up the front of your legs to protect and insulate your shin.
All of this padding translates into:
- blister reduction
- pressure-point protection
- more effective wicking of foot perspiration
And this translates into Profound Comfort®.
Curious but not yet convinced whether Thorlos CTPS can help you address your foot pain? We invite you to try your first pair free…just paying shipping and handling.
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Endorsed by the Alpine Institute
If you are looking for additional assurance, we are proud to share that our Extreme Cold padded foot protection has been named “Guides Choice” by the American Alpine Institute. We hope we can add you to the list next!
Formerly known as our Liner padded sock, our newly styled Ultra-Light Hiker is an excellent liner sock if you prefer this kind of additional protection. It’s available in two lengths:
30-DAY BRAND PROMISE GUARANTEE - TRY NOW AT NO RISK TO YOU
THORLO stands behind all its foot-protection products. Our 30-day brand promise: Your feet will feel better or your money back®!
MADE IN THE USA!
Thorlos are proudly made in the USA. To learn more about our craft and commitment to retaining our manufacturing in the USA, we invite you to watch our video entitled “An American Brand Story.”
Reviews for Thorlos EXTREME COLD
02/11/16 | By Laura L.
This was my first pair. I bought 3 and shared 1 with my snowshoeing buddy. We both liked the socks a lot. They are very comfortable and warm. My foot even stayed warm as my snowshoe boots fell apart on my last hike.
02/06/16 | By Judith C.
I am thankful I was advised to look into these socks by a medical practitioner and fellow athlete. I am a coastal person now living in the midwest and my feet were suffering. Couldn't get comfortable running. Now I am running in comfort in the sub freezing weather. They are THICK so had to loosen the laces a bit, but happy to do so because of the results. note: I have Reynauds (my cold extremities that take too long to thaw). These socks have been the RIGHT solution.
02/04/16 | By Randy F.
Really comfortable and warm
01/28/16 | By Sarah M.
I have no cartilage between the bones in my feet and am always searching for socks with lots of padding. These are wonderful
01/21/16 | By Beth A.
Almost too thick for my shoes but I love how warm they are.
01/21/16 | By Vincent S.
Feet bathed in soft luxury while trapped in military/duty boots. Wear them up to 20+ hrs a day.
01/19/16 | By Mike Q.
They fall down so they will never get worn and eventually thrown out!
01/18/16 | By James D.
My primary purpose was warmth watching an occasional football game in the cold. Sitting four hours at a temperature of about 45, cold for Southern California, the comfort and warmth was a vast improvement over previous experiences. I would recommend these to anyone.
01/16/16 | By David R.
I've been a Thorlo customer for over 20 years, the reason for that is their soft as air feel you get when you put a pair on, the other reason is Thorlo's last an average of 3 years for me, I have never had a pair of socks last me that long before I started wearing Thorlo's. Bottom line is you cannot find a better pair of socks and believe me at 70 years old I've tried them all.
01/10/16 | By Jon H.
these are the cats ass for warm feet in freezing temps