Eastern Mountain Sports X-Static Sock Liners

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Eastern Mountain Sports X-Static Sock Liners
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Eastern Mountain Sports X-Static Sock Liners - Lightweight and naturally odor resistant, EMS X-Static liners wick moisture with a great fit.

Fiber Content: 60% polyproplene, 20% nylon, 19% X-Static, 1% Lycra spandex.
Country of Origin: Imported

Fabric:

  • Silver infused X-Static nylon protects against fungi and bacterial growth
  • 60% polypropylene, 19% X-Static nylon, 18% stretch nylon and 3% elastic

Lining and Layers:

  • Designed to be worn as a base layer under athletic socks

Weather and Wind:

  • Smooth, flat toe seam

Features:

  • Thermal conductivity keeps feet at a steady temperature
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Weight/Thickness:Lightweight

Eastern Mountain Sports X-Static Sock Liners Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Best liner socks ever

These liner socks keep my feet warm and dry - even in leather boots. They wick better than any other liner sock that I have ever tried and I've tried a lot of them. I wear them for sports and for everyday under my regular socks for extra warmth and to protect against blisters. They run a bit big. I wear a women's 7.5 shoe- but have thin feet- and the small sock was the best fit even though the sizing chart said medium.
Logic Gal at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2012

Socks

I used them on a day of ice climbing.I couldnt even tell I had them on. My feet didnt stay any warmer but they stayed dryer. It was about 35 out. I used a pair of rental boots that my feet didnt like. However I didnt get any hot spots or blisters, Even with heel lift and the boot digging into my achillies tendon. I had them paired with a pair of Darn Tough Mountainerring socks, also recomended.
MR.Big Hands at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 03/03/2013

Number Two Favorite

I have a bunch of EMS Fast Mountain Wick Dry liner socks, so I can compare to them. The XStatics are a little thicker, not as stretchy and tend to bunch up under my feet more. They do seem to keep my feet warmer, though. Overall, I prefer the Fast Mountains, which feel like you're wearing nothing. I'd recommend the XStatics to someone looking for a little more warmth and no stretch.
Snowman at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2012

The ultimate ice skating sock

I use these liners for ice skating where a very thin sock is essential. I skate outdoors in the winter and they keep my feet warm. I wear wool liners on the coldest days but I am not sure if the wool ones are any warmer than these. I also use them for indoor skating. They seem to regulate temperature well. All in all a great sock for ice skating and hockey.
Bob the skater at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 04/04/2009

Used in BWCA, MN

* Used product on 5-day canoeing/camping/hiking trip in the BWCA, MN
* Product did a decent job of wiking moisture away from my feet when they got wet.
* Product dries relatively quickly in the sun
* The product fits a little tight, but I think that is by design, to help wick moisture away
* Product also provides decent insulation in 30 - 40 F temperatures
cyrex at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 05/05/2009

Good for hiking but not winter activity

I was looking for thicker liners for my wool socks for winter work conditions. I purchased them based on other reviews but they are not that thick. Actually they are just your basic sock liners for hiking purposes. Great for light or mid-weight hiking, but not what you need when working outside all day during freezing conditions.
Granola Girl at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2013

THE SMELL IS GONE

I WORE THE LINER SOCKS HIKING FOR OVER A WEEK STRAIGHT.
THEY DID NOT SMELL EVEN AFTER ALL THAT TIME AND I HAD NO PROBLEMS WITH BLISTERS.

I HAVE ALSO USED X-STATIC TRAVEL SOCKS (AND UNDERWEAR).
THESE PRODUCTS ARE A MUST FOR LIGHT-WEIGHT PACKING. THEY MIGHT GET A BIT DIRTY, BUT THEY NEVER SMELL. NEVER.
EPH 64 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 09/09/2007

They Do The Job.

I run in severe winter temperatures and these liners, along with the man-made fiber hiking socks keep my feet nice and warm. I used to experience cold toes, but no more. These liners also keep your feet comfortable in daytime desert temperatures while hiking. Great value for the money.
Dee at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 04/04/2011

I love these socks.

I order a size smaller, to insure a snug fit. I love these socks for their wicking ability. I wear them for all my activities and everyday in summertime, except at work. They are great alone or as a liner sock with double socks when backpacking.
Buzzdard at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2007

Great liners

These are great liners and somehow resist stinky feet smells like my nrmal liners seem to pick up. They are a little pricey, but after I used the one pair I picked up, I got over it and bought 2 more pairs. Money well spent
Klimber at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2007

Negative Reviews:

good except for thick toe seam...

I've worn these for short hikes in cool weather under medium-weight Smartwool, and for a one-week Grand Canyon loop under lightweight Smartwool in Goretex lined boots. Things got a little mushy on the GC trip, and the very thick toe seam (relative to the fabric thickness) gave me some nasty blisters on the tops of my toes. I wound up wearing the socks upside-down to put the seams under my toes and survided the climb on the last day.

I've gone back to my Patagoinia merino/capilene liners, which have a very flat/smooth/thin seam.
tetoncrest at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 09/09/2008

Size is in length only

These are liner socks which should fit snugly to prevent friction. These socks are too loose in width and length. They were ordered large for a 11 mens fit.
Lone Eagle at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 06/06/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Silver Socks

I bought these because I needed sock liners. They seem to be okay for that; perhaps not as good as my others, but close. As for the "thermal evenness" I don't know how anyone would be able to tell, but I didn't notice a thing. Same goes for the anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. And given that the claim is the silver ions stay with the sock and don't wash/wear out, how is it that they are still able to react with bacteria? And it's also not clear how silver bonded to a polymer is going to allow it to conduct heat any further than to the next molecule. I think I like my old, black, smooth liners better. They won't show dirt as much.
Ed at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 09/09/2006

Okay...

I purchased the socks because I had started doing longer day hikes (12 miles) and developed a few bad blisters. These liners helped, but I guess I was hoping for a miracle and they were not a miracle. I think I just need to toughen my feet up a bit... I did not get as many blisters this time around, so I guess that I am not unhappy with the product, just maybe had unrealistic expectations....I will continue to use them.
Cindy at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 05/05/2008