For many, cold feet in a sleeping bag are a common occurrence, especially on snow camping trips. A pair of EXPED Down Socks essentially adds little heat-traps to the foot section of any sleeping bag, by wrapping each foot in its own, close-fitting down insulation. We recommend stowing Down Socks with the sleeping bag so they are right at hand (foot) when camp is set up. Weighing in at less than 5 ounces for the pair in size medium, they are easy-to-justify enhancements for any sleeping bag. These are, for many people, the answer in the affirmative to the question “will I ever have warm feet on a camping trip?” Down Socks are made with five individual down-filled chambers that prevent cold spots. The special toe box keeps the down in place at this most sensitive spot. An elastic heel band and cuff hold the foot snug. Available in three sizes: small, medium and large to fit nearly anyone.
Note: Down Sock is not designed for walking. While they can be worn in a tent while lounging around on a weather-day, their lightweight sole is not durable enough for shuffling. They can, however, be paired with the EXPED Bivy Booty for walking.