The T3 Kids’ Ski Light has been designed with our best technology, which is also available for the youngest skiers. This sock has been manufactured with the T3 TECHNOLOGY, which allows us to combine three different layers of yarn in the same sock.
PRIMALOFT® yarn is made up of ultra-fine polyester fibers which are finer than cashmere, resulting in a luxuriously soft feel while providing unparalleled moisture wicking. When hiking, climbing or doing any aerobic activity, your body works up a sweat and emits heat and perspiration, but when you suddenly sit idle, you can easily start to freeze with an insulation that absorbs water. PRIMALOFT® fibers wick moisture away from the skin and trap body heat.
MERINO WOOL is a finely crimped and soft wool with staples that are commonly 65 – 100 mm long. The core of a merino fiber is hydrophilic (water retaining), and is breathable. The fine micron diameter ensures it feels soft and comfortable next to the skin. Merino has the ability to help keep the foot warm in winter and cool in summer. Merino Wool provides all-day warmth while wicking moisture away from the foot to keep them dry. Knit with heavy cushioning all throughout the sock for warmth and a snug fit within their boots that prevents irritation from the inner boot liner.
The T3 TECHNOLOGY with maximum sole and shin padding for protection and warmth offers great benefits. In addition, the combination of MERINO WOOL and PRIMALOFT® yarn results in faster drying and wicking, while still maintaining a comfortable feel against the skin. Definitely, the T3 Kids’ Ski Light is perfect for children and small skiers who love winter sports.
- PRIMALOFT® insulation is soft against the foot while working to trap body heat and wick moisture away from the foot.
- MERINO WOOL for warmth and a soft feel against the skin.
- Anatomical Calf Support.
- 10% STRETCH NYLON with LYCRA® all throughout the sock means no slipping or bunching up.
- Light cushioning on the sole and shin for protection.
- The Flat Knit Toe Seam means no irritation on their toes.