Down Sock

Down Sock

EXPED

$79.95

Made for all that want to keep their feet warm after a long day on the mountain, Exped's Down Socks are compact and light and will keep yoru feet cozy and warm in your sleeping bag or when in your tent. 

They are made with five individually down filled chambers that prevent cold spots and the latest 2021 model has an improved baffled toe box for added warmth. An elastic heel strap and cuff hold the Down Socks snug on your foot. Combine with the Exped Bivy Booty to create a warm and waterproof camp shoe!
  • Small: US M 5-7, W 6-8
  • Medium: US M 7-9, W 8-10
  • Large: US M 10-11.5, W 11-12.5

Description

Made for all that want to keep their feet warm after a long day on the mountain, Exped’s Down Socks are compact and light and will keep yoru feet cozy and warm in your sleeping bag or when in your tent. 

They are made with five individually down filled chambers that prevent cold spots and the latest 2021 model has an improved baffled toe box for added warmth. An elastic heel strap and cuff hold the Down Socks snug on your foot. Combine with the Exped Bivy Booty to create a warm and waterproof camp shoe!

  • Small: US M 5-7, W 6-8
  • Medium: US M 7-9, W 8-10
  • Large: US M 10-11.5, W 11-12.5

Additional information

Option

Navy (Lg), Navy (Med), Navy (Sm), Red (Sm), Red (Med), Red (Lg), Charcoal (Sm), Charcoal (Med), Charcoal (Lg)

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