Cody Townsend Pro Series
We redefined a sock for the backcountry in key technical areas:
1. Silicon Ankle Locks: strategically placed bonded silicone strips across the rear of the ankle, eliminating foot slip and avoiding the infamous anxious sock-bunch.
2. Silicone Cuff: once we started playing with silicone we immediately fell in love with it and went a step further, adding a silicone ring to the top cuff below the knee. Keeping socks standing tall, without claiming hairs, so you can break trail without your socks going flaccid.
3. Toe Box Cushioning: packing more cushion into this high-impact area making for a more comfortable experience with extra warmth over the foot fingers.
4. Shin Compression Area: we combined the thinking of a sports compression sleeve and a sock together in one. By adding slight compression to the shin & calf areas, helping to manage lactic-induced fatigue.
5. Mesh Ventilation: we developed a new mesh ventilation zone to increase breathability across the top of the foot, allowing cushioning to stay where it's needed on the base and toe, while letting moisture and steam release from the top of the foot.
These features and new technology have revolutionised comfort for any backcountry touring mission.
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DEFINITIVE FIT SYSTEM™ - A BETTER FIT
Elastics & strategic stitching provide targeted support in all the key areas:
SILICONE SOCK LOCK + STAY UP CUFF
Thoughtfully placed internal silicon grip and 360º cuff so they stay up all day.
SILICONE HEEL LOCK
No-slip silicone grips on the heel to keep your foot locked in place.
MESH BREATHABILITY ZONE
For maximum moisture wicking and temperature control.
TOE CUSHIONING + GHOST SEAM
Additional padding for your foot fingers, keeping them snug with zero annoying rub.
SEMI COMPRESSION ZONE
Semi compression in the calf & shin area to aid in recovery after hours breaking trail.
Have approx 150 days in two pair of these socks that I purchased last year. 100 backcountry touring and 30 days in resort/slackcountry. Normally by now I'm wearing thin areas in the heel and often even holes in delicate merino socks, but so far these are holding up strong. I was a little worried about the silicone strips damaging my boots instead of the socks wearing out. My last pair of boots only lasted a season because I wore through my old socks and wore out the liner. But after closer inspection of my liners today the appears to be no damage. Perhaps the lack of movement is extending the life of my boots also. I suffer cold feet because they sweat and then the sweat freezes. So bad that I use antiperspirant on my feet to prevent sweating. Not sure these socks are any colder or warmer, or because I've had a warmer season in Japan, but I don't find myself thinking about cold feet so often. Ill take that as a win in any case. I find the silicone strips in the heel to be quite painful if I ski super lazy when I'm bored on green runs/etc. Ironic that socks have improved my skiing after I've been forced to ski properly all the time. Recommend against these socks if you have poor technique and/or like to overflex your boot in strange angles. I plan to purchase a couple more pair once they come back into stock.
These are good socks. They are thinner than all the other socks i have. So be aware you will have more room in your boots than your fatty smart wool or burton socks. The rubber at the top keeps them up when you pull your pants down to poo and i liked that.
I don't care if you are shredding the resort, touring, or just walking around town, the Le Send it the absolute best sock you can get for the winter. I can't believe no one has thought to put rubber in a sock before...they don't ride down, the down slip in your boot, they are perfect for shredding. And they are still warm and comfortable. So far I've used them for a handful of pre-season tours and they aren't too hot or too cold and they keep your foot dry as can be. If I could rate these any higher I would. I don't imagine myself getting another ski sock again, these are just too perfect. Thanks Cody!