Monthly Archives: October 2012

Drymax Cold Weather Socks

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It’s that time of year again.  Summer goes by much too quickly for most people.  When the heat of the Summer is at its highest, we can’t wait for the colder weather, but then when it comes it seems like we aren’t prepared for it.
It’s time to break out the Drymax Cold Weather Socks!

In cold temperatures, moisture is your enemy.  Moisture pulls heat away from the skin 23 times faster than air.  Moisture can reduce skin temperature so rapidly that wet feet feel painfully cold.  Wet, damp feet are also more susceptible to blisters.  Drymax Cold Weather Socks have a special dual-layer moisture removal system that instantly moves moisture from the skin, through the inner Drymax layer to the absorbent layer, keeping feet dry.
Drymax is the least thermally conductive fiber. This means Drymax fibers keep feet warmer because they draw less heat away from the skin.
Drymax Thermal Conductivity Chart
Need more proof of how Drymax keeps feet dry?  Watch this quick video demonstration!

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