The 11 Warmest Women's Socks
Most people keep their sock drawer the same year-round. But when it comes to colder weather, your feet will be much more comfortable if you pick up a few pairs of the warmest women's socks. Of course, most people think of winter socks as the scratchy gifts sent from random family members that end up buried in the bottom of the closet, but they're really not all like that.
While there are your average cozy slipper socks ideal for evenings cuddled on the couch, there are also intense thermal socks designed to keep you comfy in even the most intense conditions. Many of these extreme winter socks are also designed to be moisture-wicking and thin enough to wear with regular shoes, while still maintaining their warmth. These socks are comfortable — and they're anything but scratchy.
Of course, not everyone enjoys the feel of wool or even acrylic socks, and some people actually prefer to stick to cotton. Luckily, many brands have developed durable, breathable cotton blends that are thicker than your standard sock, but still provide foot support and additional warmth.
Whether you're searching for thigh-high socks, or simply want a pair of chunky cable-knit ones, these super warm socks will help round out your collection.
1Heat-Trapping Thermal Socks Perfect For Snow Days
Heat Holder's socks are made with cashmere-like acrylic yarn designed to be soft and moisture-wicking. The lightweight acrylic is knit into a thermal fabric that traps heat close to the skin. This makes the Heat Holder's thermal socks seven times warmer than basic cotton socks. Despite holding in heat, these socks are super soft to the touch because of an intensive brushing process during manufacturing. Choose between 22 colors that'll keep your feet warm all winter.
2Plush Slipper Socks That Are Festive & Warm
When the weather outside is frightful, sit beside the fire in cozy fleece-lined slipper socks. The plush internal lining traps warmth and keeps feet comfortable all day (or night) long. Each sock bottom has silicon rubber grips to prevent slips and comes in a variety of colors.
3Knee-High Wool Socks That Keep Feet Warm Under Boots
Wear your favorite fall boots in February with these knee high socks. Made from a Merino wool and polyester blend to insulate feet, Wool IQ's socks also have a smooth toe seam for maximum comfort. Each set comes with two pairs of cable-knit socks available in five color combinations.
4Extra-Warm Wool Socks That Keep Feet Comfy In Extreme Temperatures
These heavyweight winter socks keep feet warm in temperatures as low as -40 degrees. They're made from preshrunk wool that traps heat close to the skin, and they also have a full terry cushion that provides extra warmth and protection. The wool knit is not only breathable, but moisture wicking, too. And, these socks are both machine washable and safe for tumble drying. Easily find your perfect match between three colors and sizes.
5Mid Or Low Cut Socks That'll Even Keep You Warm During Long Hikes
Columbia's socks use a soft cotton blend made with high-quality polyester, rubber, and spandex. This warm textile features moisture-wicking fibers and mesh ventilation to keep feet dry while preventing blisters. Each sock has an arch support and half cushion for additional comfort. Decide between eleven color options and two cuts (mid or low) for the perfect pair.
6Cozy Polyester Socks You Can Wear Under Boots Or Sleep In
The Mamia slipper socks come in a set of six pairs for cozy feet all week long. Each sock is made from polyester, which keeps moisture out and traps heat close to the foot. Soft to the touch and fuzzy, opt for a skid-free set to wear under boots or pick a non-slip option to sport around the house. Earning over four stars on Amazon, it's no surprise these fuzzy socks are a hit.
7Cotton Thigh-High Socks That Keep Your Entire Leg Warm
When you want to sport mini-skirts in the middle of January, these thigh-high socks have your back. AM Landen's cotton socks are durable and warm, yet thin enough to style over sheer tights. Available in three sizes with extra long and wide versions, these socks also come in a variety of colors.
8Thermal Insulated Sock That Are Padded For Additional Comfort
Arctic Extreme Thick Insulated Heated Thermal Socks, $15 (2 Pairs), Amazon
Take on the coldest winter weather with Artic Extreme's insulated thermal socks. Made from 93 percent acrylic knit into a heat-trapping thermal, these socks feature a ribbed lining to prevent the band from slipping and moisture-wicking to keep feet dry. Designed to match the warmth of wool without the itch, these socks are great for outdoor sports, hiking, and skiing. The additional padded comfort and brushed interior make these socks soft to the touch and enjoyable to wear.
9Acrylic Slipper Socks That Keep Toes Warm
Dare to venture onto your doorstep in the middle of winter in Muk Luk's slipper socks. Made with a 100 percent acrylic upper and lining, these socks keep toes toasty by trapping heat. The slipper's form-fitting design hugs your foot and gives a comfortable wear, while the cute print add a stylish touch.
10Knee High Socks With Anti-Slip Grips For Lounging Around The House
Made with 100 percent acrylic, a synthetic fabric that mimics wool, these cozy socks keep feet warm all day long. Ideal for a snow day at home, this pair features skid-resistant bottoms with a traction grip to prevent slips. Designed with a classic cable-kit pattern, these socks hit just below the knee. Choose between five earth tone colors that easily work into winter wardrobes.
11Merino Wool Socks Designed For Rugged Conditions
These all-season socks are made from a combination of Merino wool and acrylic for a heavyweight sock that thrives in rugged conditions. Using thermal regulation to insulate the fabric, these socks stay warm even in extreme cold. With built-in vents for breathability, they also feature FastDry technology to quickly move move sweat away from the skin.
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