Crosspoint Waterproof Crew Socks

Jan 11, 2016

Category: Gear

Nothing puts a damper on your camping trip more quickly than a wet pair of socks. Staying dry in the backcountry is of the utmost importance, and that’s where the Crosspoint Waterproof Crew Socks come into play.

Developed by the team at Shower Pass, each pair of socks is completely waterproof thanks to the brand’s 3-layer construction process. On the outside, a wear resistant knit exterior feels much like your traditional pair of socks, while an Artex membrane that is not only waterproof, but also breathable sits right below the outer layer. Sitting closest to your feet is a comfortable Merino-wool moisture wicking, anti-bacteria lining that will provide the feeling of a wool sock with the protection of a rain boot. The socks comes in a handful of different colorways and retail for $28. [Purchase]

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