Bulk winter

Outdoor activities are hard on your feet, so a pair of high-tech socks is your first line of defence to keep your feet dry, comfy, and blister-free. While the term “technical socks” may sound amusing, there is no disputing that they are a significant upgrade over your old all-cotton tube socks. When performing the specified task, we wear socks. Each bulk socks has slight construction differences:

  • Athletic or multisport socks: This wide category includes anything from basic white gym socks to technological socks designed for cross-training and jogging. Most give some sole cushioning but have a low overall bulk.
  • Running socks range from thin liner socks with no padding to thick cushioning in the heel and ball of the foot. Some runners prefer less padding in their shoes for a better fit, while others prefer more padding for extra cushioning and less foot stress. For fitness walkers, walking socks provide cushioning and moisture wicking characteristics.
  • Casual socks: Despite their casual design (colours, stripes, etc.), these lightweight socks, typically incorporate performance fibres like merino wool.
  • Lightweight hiking socks: These reasonably thin socks fit well on hikers with large feet (i.e., feet that are wide or have a high instep). They wick moisture away and provide light cushioning in the heel and ball of the foot. These are thinner than midweight socks, especially at the top, and can be worn with or without liner socks.
  • Midweight trekking socks: Its extra thickness provides an excellent fit for trekkers with small feet (i.e., feet that are narrow or have a low instep). They provide extra padding in the heel and ball of the foot, as well as cushioning on the top of the foot and calf for comfort on lengthy hikes. They are suitable for wearing with or without liner socks.
  • Winter socks: These socks have the most bulk and cushioning for cold, so that you won’t feel cold during winter. You can buy bulk socks in online as well.
  • Ski and snowboard: Socks are often cushioned in the shin area and underfoot. They are thin and not intended to give substantial warmth; rather, they are intended to protect your feet from pressure spots and friction within the boots. Their design also prevents interference with the energy required for rapid rotations.