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Ice Fishing Socks

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Anyone use Ice Armor socks ?? I have a good pair of boots but toes still get a little cold after 3-4 hours, wondered how well these work and if you have any other suggestions, dont mind spending the money if they will keep me warm. Thanks in advance.

What else works for you?

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Haven't tried ice armor socks, but I have never been let down by smartwool socks.

They used to be made 100% in USA....that has since changed, but they are still the best sock out there...JMO

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Just got them today,and haven't got a chance to give them a try.Look good though.

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I will pass on the Smart Wool socks. They are decent, but they tend to slide down as the day goes on.

FTW, try Under Armour or Filson socks. You won't be sorry.

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I have had about 20 pairs of different smart wool socks and not 1 pair has slid down on me. They actually are the best fitting winter socks I have. I wear a wicking sock under them and Im golden.

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Well I tryed the Ice Armor socks out to day,and I just got done ordering three more pairs.Enough said!

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I use Red Head hunting socks from Bass Pro. Feet stay warm and dry. I also wear them all year as work socks lifetime guarantee I usually wait until I have four pair worn out and sed them back and in a week I get four new ones.

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The Smartwool socks are great and there are tons of different designs. Actually most socks made of wool are very good as long as they have no cotton. And like Northlander said, you are golden if you use a thin synthetic liner sock underneath a wool sock.

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