Keep their toes warm and toasty this winter with our collection of socks for kids!
You don’t want to deal with snotty noses AND meltdowns, do you? Stock up their sock drawers with the best kids socks for winter so they can be warm and comfortable while they’re out there.
To keep their feet warm and dry, you’re going to want to get socks made of Merino wool. Merino wool is a soft, warm, breathable and durable fabric that can absorb up to 30% of its own weight in water without feeling wet! It’s also moisture-wicking and antibacterial, meaning it will keep the sweat and odors out so your little one’s feet can stay comfy and cozy while they’re building that perfect snowman or racing down the ski or sled hill.
Many people tend to think that thicker socks mean warmer socks in the winter, especially if you’re wearing boots. In fact, thicker doesn’t always mean warmer. If thick socks cause enough pressure on the foot, they could cut off circulation to the toes. That’s a recipe for disaster, especially with little ones. Warmth actually comes from the material. As long as your little ones have high-quality socks made of warm Merino wool, you won’t have to worry about a thing. So steer clear of the meltdowns with our warm and durable kids winter socks! From crew to over the calf in height to keep the cold bitter air and snow out.
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Best Kids Socks for Winter
Happy feet = Happy Campers and our Junior Light Hiker will keep 'em smiling. Unparalleled comfort, True Seamless construction provides a smooth, performance fit to assure there's no slipping, no bunching, and no blisters. Breathable and fast drying, this “all-weather” sock stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Still made in Vermont. Guaranteed for life.
Darn Tough Kid’s Mountain Top Over The Calf Cushion Socks - $17.00
When it comes to defending your kids’ feet from the cold, Junior Mountain Top aces the test. This pint-sized version of Darn Tough's favorite adult style brings mid-level cushioning along the bottom of the foot. King of the mountain.
First off, the Polar Bear is beyond adorable. But Darn Tough knows you don’t buy a sock on looks alone. Take a closer look at the bear’s face – it’s knit specially to create a shin pad for ultimate boot comfort. Because bears always protect their cubs.
Designed for the kid that gets their gear ready the night before a pow day. Silky smooth comfort, unique shin-to-heel cushion wrap for ultimate comfort and mesh paneling on the forefoot to breathe easy. Do try and keep up.
A smaller version of SmartWool®'s classic Hike sock for adults, the Kids' Hiking Medium Crew offers an elastic arch brace and flat-knit toe seam, keeping the sock in place without bunching.
Let fun reign! Snow time is the best time, especially with our Wintersport Stripe Hat. Double layer jersey knit construction provides extra warmth, while the Merino blend helps regulate temperature during the most active snow play.
20% off full price Smartwool, applied at checkout.
The Wigwam Merino Comfort Hiker Kids Crew Socks provide the softness of genuine Merino wool in a reasonably priced youth hiker. Our youth deserve the best, after all, they're our future. Let's keep the hiking tradition alive. Every tradition starts with a good foundation of understanding. Your child will understand the significance of a good sock when they're wearing the Wigwam Merino Comfort Hiker Kids Crew Sock. Explore the outdoors with all the comfort, warmth and protection of home. Formerly known as Merino Wool Kid's Comfort Hiker.
Wigwam Snow Force Socks - $16.50
Your kids will adore the colorful striped pattern of Wigwam's Snow Force, and you'll love the midweight protection of its Merino Wool and Stretch Nylon knit.
Fox River Snowpass Knee High Socks - $14.00
These medium weight socks give you a cushioned fit in the heel and shin, plus the warmth of wool. Enjoy great fit and support from the URfit® System. Fox River's Wick Dry® technology means your feet are dry and comfortable. Plus, Merino wool adds soft comfort and natural thermoregulation.