RedHead® ThermoLite® Liner Socks for Men
Dry Feet = Warm Feet!
My wife and I purchased three pairs a piece last year to take on a hunting trip to Wyoming. Needless to say the temperatures dropped to at times -3 below. We coupled these liners with Redhead Wool socks and she agreed with me that our feet did not get cold on the entire hunt. When returning to Georgia for the remaining season the temperatures did not hit those extremes but certainly was cold enough to layer with these liners. We will not hunt cold weather without them!
July 11, 2006
Wet, dry, hot, cold
I bought 1 pair to try a couple years ago for a Utah Mulley trip. Feet stayed warm & dry. I bought 4 more pair for a week on a Lake Creek river trip in Alaska in August of 2010. They worked as expected until day 3 when I destroyed the knee of my river waders. I spent the rest of the trip with my left foot full of glacier water. Along with my with my Redhead wool socks on top my feet stayed warm & while the wool was soaked the Thermolite kept my feet dry enough that they didn't look like prunes at the end of the day. These are the only liners I will ever use. They're also a nice addition to my Uggs in the snow.
September 6, 2010
liner sock or not
I bought these to wear as a regular sock and not a liner for "oversocks" and am very happy with them. Feel good with nice support , stay up and enjoying them as a main sock for warm weather.
June 25, 2013
Thin and comfortable. They wick well and are good for cold or hot weather. I wear them under my dress socks during cold days.
March 4, 2011