New sock collection from Bridgedale Product News

Bridgedale Mountain Sock  © UKC Gear
Comfort, fit, longevity and protection; all qualities we look for when buying skiing, snowboarding and walking boots, but so very often overlook when buying socks. All of Bridgedale's Winter Sport socks feature Bridgedale's unique MerinoFusion® technology, which provides the optimum balance between the comfort of natural wool and the durability and moisture wicking qualities of synthetic fibres. What's more, the MerinoFusion® range comes with a 3 year guarantee!

Bridgedale's most versatile winter sport offering is the 'All Mountain' sock, which offers total foot comfort for skiing, snowboarding or other winter activities - featuring a long, all over terry-looped design with underfoot warmth and pressure protection built in.

SRP of the All Mountain socks - £17.99

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10 Feb, 2014
That should say "New sock collection from Bridgedale."
10 Feb, 2014
Is it just me, or does the picture of the sock not appear in the article ?
Adrian, I have just been in touch with Bridgedale to clarify, it is indeed the All Mountain collection and not Ski collection as previously suggested. Chris, the correct picture should now appear in both the article and thumbnail. Thanks to you both.
11 Feb, 2014
A bit of feedback for Bridgedale: I love the quality of Bridgedale socks, wear nothing else for walking, but by the looks of things these aren't what I want in a skiing sock. First of all skiiers and boarders have different requirements, which puts me off a "do it all" sock. For a ski sock, I want extra thickness on the toes, sole, heel and especially shin. OK I don't board, but my understanding is that they prefer more padding on the back of the leg, not the front. (Then again, maybe they want them really baggy and down around their ankles !!)
Hi Chris, I suppose the sock suffers in the same way many of us do with climbing: jack of all trades master of none. From having looked at their site it seems there are many variations like the ones you describe, visit http://www.bridgedale.com/winter-sports for the full snow sport range. That said, I will forward your feedback across. Thanks.
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