Would these be to hot in a winter boot?
Are these really heavy socks to the point that they get all sweaty and hot when wearing them in a good winter boot? And do they absorb odor or do they smell after wearing them outside for hours? And how soft are they?
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
- Springfield, MO
on Natural Reflections® Lifetime Guarantee Socks for Ladies
They're good socks they just fit poorly. Too big according to appropriate shoe size so they bunch up at the toes and heel. A good, practical weight. Not hot and sweaty or smelly. I have other wool socks that are softer. If they fit better I might buy them again but I have socks that I like better and paid half the price for so will stick with them.
answered 1 week, 5 days ago
I wear under boots to horseback ride what I like is they arent heavy and my feet dont sweat.
answered 4 months ago
- Outer Banks
I wear mine ice fishing and shoveling snow. never have experienced sweating or odor. they keep my feet warm on both occasions.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
This can vary somewhat depending on the person wearing them, but they are designed to minimize moisture and odor. As a result, most people would not find these to be unsuitable for wear with heavier footwear.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
They are not super bulky. In fact, I wear them indoors and they are just fine. That's the best thing about wool--it breathes and adjusts to different temps. They are very soft and comfy and do not get smelly--at least in the way that I use them.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
If you still haven't decided let me tell you that you can't go wrong with these. These are a lighter version of the Redhead lifetime hunting socks. I've had those for 3 years and wear them all the time and have yet to wear them out. As a firefighter I wore them for work and never had a problem with the heat during the summer. I bought 3 pair of the Natural reflections for the days I wanted a lighter sock. I've had socks that were over $20 a pair and they didn't hold up near as well or feel as good on my feet.
Hope that helps
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
- Kansas City area