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Thirty 5 Below Socks are lightweight, comfortable socks for men and women that will keep your feet warm and dry as you spend time outside in the winter. The socks, which come in four different sizes and two different colors, are suitable for children with adult-sized feet, too. They'll come in handy when you're taking part in winter sports such as hockey and skiing, or if you have to walk somewhere on a snowy street or shovel your driveway.
The cost of Thirty 5 Below Socks is $10.00 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Thirty 5 Below Socks by paying the extra shipping fee of $5.99 for a total price of $21.98. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Thirty 5 Below Socks being discontinued. Thirty 5 Below Socks may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
The fabric used to make these socks has been designed with the same scientific principles used to design fabric for aerospace in mind. Each pair of socks contains aluminized threads that have been woven together to create a soft nylon material. This material will reflect your body heat back to you as you move, besides reducing any moisture that would normally accumulate within your socks as you perspire. Hence, as you wear the Thirty 5 Below Socks, your feet will feel neither chilly nor sweaty, and therefore, you'll be more comfortable outdoors.
While these socks have been designed to make your time spent in the snowy outdoors more pleasant, they can be worn comfortably indoors, too.
You'll be able to wear these socks in winter boots, hiking boots, dress shoes, fancy boots, and running shoes—they're thin enough to fit nicely into virtually any pair. If you want to double up on socks for extra warmth or style, you'll be able to wear another pair on top of them, too.
You won't need to find extra time to hand-wash these socks or deliver them to the dry cleaner's, as they're safe to put in the washing machine and the dryer.
Thirty 5 Below Socks are available in women's small ( which'll fit women who wear shoe sizes four to seven ), and large (for women who wear sizes eight to 12). A men's small will fit men who wear sizes between five and nine, while a large will fit those who wear sizes 10 to 13.
Regardless of whether you're getting a men's or women's size, you'll be able to choose between black and a shade of silver.
Although you can pair these socks up with another pair, they're also durable enough that they can be worn on their own without breaking down quickly.
When wearing another pair of socks, you may not be able to stand being outside more than a few minutes, due to the dropping temperature of your feet. This may prevent you from enjoying physical activities in the snow with family or friends or getting important work, such as shoveling, done. Fortunately, if you wear a pair of Thirty 5 Below Socks, you'll likely be able to brave the cold for much longer than you would otherwise.
If your children or any children you take care of normally whine about cold feet, ensuring that they wear these socks outdoors may make this stop, as their feet won't cool down as quickly.
It can be annoying to have to operate the gas and brake pedal in your car when your toes feel frozen like blocks of ice. If you wear Thirty 5 Below Socks while driving in the winter, though, you won't experience the same level of irritation, as your toes will feel much warmer.
Wool socks will keep your feet fairly warm and dry while you're out in winter weather, too, but these are normally incredibly bulky, and won't fit nicely in all pairs of shoes.
You can invest in a pair of heated ( battery-operated ) socks to wear while you're sedentary, but these are unsafe to wear while you're very active, as a wire could end up breaking open. Plus, when you are wearing them, you'll have to deal with the added weight of a somewhat clunky battery pack.
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The temperature here on 11 / 30 / 16 was 28f My feet still got cold as ice with your socks. Later that afternoon when the temperature started to drop from the 50s my feet again got cold. So I
Tried them again on 12 / 1 / 16 this time with insulated boots and when the boots got cold my feet got cold, the temperature was 20f. So whats the deal?
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