REV'IT! Tour Winter Socks
Great Winter touring/commuter socks!
These a very technical riding socks that perform exactly as expected but aren't to thick to not fit into your boots. My only complaint is that the material around the toes is quite thin wich not aid in keeping them warm, but I assume that is to help maintain the fit.
January 28, 2013
A sock is a sock. This is a glove for your feet!
Excellent sock. It's terry construct makes it comfortable as well as aiding in ventilation. They're even indexed for left & right foot. They keep my feet warm and dry. To me they seemed over priced a bit. That wasn't the case once worn. They're worth every penny to me. These came by way of a salesman's suggestion. He was spot on.
January 14, 2013
Even more comfortable than the summer sock
Great fit, very comfortable material and very warm. Nice and long for those boots that are known to chafe.
What else do you need in a winter sock, right!
December 18, 2012
Nice socks run big
Seem to be good socks but I wear a 39 or 40 and the 39-41 socks are on the large size.
December 17, 2012
great fitting sock
This sock fits my foot perfectly, leaves no wrinkles or bunching up which is important for a fit in my boots. It stays up without being overly tight, and wicks away moisture from my foot. It is also very warm which is important on winter rides. Since using this sock I no longer need to use my electric insoles. I hesitated to spend this much for a pair of socks but am glad I did. It's the only sock I now wear under my Dainese boots.
December 17, 2012
Warm and comfortable
These socks are quality. Good fit and comfortable. They ride a little high on the calf, but I expected that. Warm and secure under my riding shoes for a comfortable experience in cold weather.
December 10, 2012
Super Socks for Touring!
I have two pairs of these in the summer version that I really like. That alone was enough reason for me to order the winter version and it was the right thing to do. They fit well and my feet/calves are never tired at the end of a long day riding.
The reason I bought two pairs of the summer version was so when I was on tour I could alternate them every couple of days, wash them out, and give that pair a chance to dry thoroughly. It worked great. They dry enough overnight to wear the next day if you need but it's nice to let them "rest".
Now that winter's approaching I could tell I'd need a heavier pair, thus the order went in for the winter version. To date I've been really pleased with the warmth and comfort they provide, same as the summer versions.
When you buy them I'd say to order a size smaller than your normal one - I usually wear a large but when they [summer version] arrived they came way over my kneecaps. I exchanged them for the size 39-41 which fit perfect. The winter versions are the same so keep that in mind.
I'm happy to say that to date none of them are showing any signs of wear or stretch so I'm thinking they'll outlast all the other socks I've tried. At first glance they may seem a bit on the expensive side but I think they're worth every dime and so will you.
December 3, 2012
Good Quality Socks
My feet stayed dried in these socks no matter what…with or without quality moto boots.
Coldest Exposure so far, since this is relevant: Daily & nightly rides in 30 degree weather on a sports bike with and without quality gore-tex boots. I was comfortable and warm. However, they are not windproof, so even with the fancy moto boots, after 4 hours I could feel a slight cold air breeze (while travelling at highway speeds) – but it is still manageable, they do keep the feet warm and dry.
I do recommend these socks.
November 26, 2012