Comfort and protection
Sturdy, cushioned ski touring socks with a functional merino mix for long tours
- Merino yarn at 21.5 microns in thickness is elastic, stable and pleasant on the skin
- Ankle and arch support ensures slip-free fit and prevents creasing
- Flat toe seam prevents chafing and blisters
- 360° webbing system for improved breathability
The SKI ROCK'N'WOOL SOCKS have everything the perfect ski touring socks should offer: the ultimate in warming protection, breathability and comfort.
Elastic, stable and comfortable on the skin: Our SKI ROCK'N'WOOL SOCKS for men keep your feet warm in freezing airstreams, caressing your skin with velvety-soft merino yarn at 21.5 microns in thickness.
The ankle and arch support ensures a good fit and prevents the ski touring socks from slipping or creasing. You can also say goodbye to blisters in the toe area thanks to the flat toe seam. For additional protection at the shin, the material is reinforced with a cushioning system to maximize comfort during ascents and descents.
The natural properties of merino wool really come into their own in the foot area, naturally regulating the temperature and moisture while also neutralizing unpleasant odors. A 360° webbing system also provides added breathability on demanding terrain.
The SKI ROCK'N’WOOL SOCKS for men offer comfort and protection for your feet and belong in every pair of ski touring or freeriding boots.
TASMANIAN MERINO WOOL
Merino wool has been an integral component of ORTOVOX’s mountainwear since 1995. It comes from selected farms that comply with our own wool standard, the ORTOVOX WOOL PROMISE (OWP), and as such from certified and ethical sheep farms that are regularly audited. Wool is naturally 100% ecological and therefore super sustainable. Thanks to the small-diameter fibers in its fine woolen threads, merino wool feels extremely soft and comfortable on the skin.
We have been using merino wool in our mountain wear layers since 1988, and we are the originators of functional wool apparel for mountain sports. The protection of people and animals has always been the central focus of all ORTOVOX activities.