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Burton Scout Socks - Womens


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Description: Burton Scout Socks - Womens

Midweight warmth meets rider-specific support and cushioning. An everyday necessity. When does a sock become more than just a sock? At what point does it go from something you simply wear on your feet, to something your feet can't live without? The women's Burton Scout Sock walks the line between total comfort and absolute dependency. Its quick-drying, breathable blend of midweight insulating yarns and strategically placed padding make it the optimal all-season snowboard sock. The Stay High band wraps it around your calves to prevent slippage while strategic reinforcements beef up abrasion resistance in key zones.

Key Features of Burton Scout Socks:
  • 65% Acrylic, 23% Nylon, 10% Polypropylene, 2% Spandex
  • Quick-Drying and Stink-Proof Polypropylene Reinforced Footbed
  • Medium-Density Cushioning Throughout Sock
  • Elastic Arch and Ankle Support
  • Chafe-Free Link Toe Seam
  • Reinforced Toe and Heel
  • Stay High Comfort Band
  • Midweight


Past Season Product

5.0 / 5.0
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Great for Snowboarders
This sock worked great! We bought them for a 5 day trip to Whistler Canada. We boarded 5 days in a row, one of which was Heli-boarding in sub-zero temps, and they were awesome!
Super comfortable, super warm. I would highly recommend these.
April 2, 2015
Sunland, CA, US
Age: 25-44
Burton Scout
Great fit and quality
November 4, 2014
Mckinney, TX, US
Age: 45-64
over 3 years ago

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Burton socks are sturdy and have always kept my feet warm while snowboarding.
Jacqueline Y on Dec 29, 2013
Burton socks are sturdy and have always kept my feet warm while snowboarding.
Jacqueline Y on Dec 29, 2013