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  • Triple-layer construction includes a knit exterior like a regular sock, a waterproof / breathable membrane and a moisture-wicking, antibacterial base
  • CoolMax™ fibers in the fabric ensure moisture-wicking, breathable performance
  • Seamless construction eliminates chafing
  • Compression fit to keep feet warm and comfortable
  • Light cushioning


    Crosspoint Sock Sizing:
  • S/M fits sizes Men's: 6-7, Women's: 7-9
  • M/L fits sizes Men's: 7-10, Women's: 9-12
  • L/XL fits sizes Men's: 10-12, Women's: 12+

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Best Use Cycling
Fabric 78% nylon/15% polyester/7% spandex
Waterproof Yes
Sock Height Crew
Sock Cushioning Light Cushioning
Gender Unisex

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Probably the best compromise for wet conditions I just wrung these socks out like a neoprene wetsuit. That's sort of how they work. The exterior has a wetsuitish quality and will soak up water, the waterproof barrier is on the inside next to your feet. On a long ride capillary action draws some moisture down my calf. In very wet conditions (standing in puddles, basically), water works through the toe seems. Not a lot. So, pretty definitely waterproof. Breathable? I suppose so but on the other hand they're not windproof, and they gradually lose insulative properties as they get wet. My toes stay dry but get very chilly. They are bulky and an uncomfortably tight fit in my year-round bike shoes. Can't even fit them into my summer/road racing shoes. With liners for insulation they are even chubbier. They are not easy to reshape (like wool socks) and kind of constrict my toes—but I have wide ducklike feet so YMMV. Somehow they don't get funky like neoprene which is awesome but suspicious. How do they do that? Sorcery, probably. My feet usually smell like a fire in a Doritos factory but not with these. And I don't wash them after every wear either. SORCERY. They are easier to put on/take off than shoecovers and last longer. They don't collect mud and grunge like shoecovers, and I'm not embarrassed to wear them semi-casually e.g. at the pub or when taking the kids to school. Foot care in rainy riding is a balancing act: Warmth/comfort/dryness/pedalling efficiency. No one solution will top out all those metrics. So: compromises. How do these waterproof bike socks make that compromise? They keep my feet drier than shoecovers, or even than plastic oversocks (ie bread bags on your feet). They are not as warm as wool + shoe covers. For short rides (<3hr) I stick to heavy wool socks and just get wet. For longer rides these are my favorite. In cold conditions I pair them with toe covers or shoe covers for wind resistance. (Context: I ride 100+ mi/wk year round in all weather in western Oregon, for the last 20yrs)
Date published: 2016-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Socks! I was given these socks by a friend who is a longtime Showers Pass supporter. I was a little skeptical at first because waterproof socks sound kind of gross. Well I have been testing these for over a week now and I'm amazed at how well they work! Finding the right temperature range to wear them in definitely takes some time to figure out. Personally, I only wear these if the temp dips below 50 degrees and it's raining hard. The outside of the sock did feel wet after riding in the rain but when I took off my socks my feet were dry. This product is a much better solution to shoe covers because these socks keep your feet 100% dry even if water gets inside your shoe from around the cleat. They are also windproof. I see Showers Pass also makes a Merino lined waterproof sock version so I might have to get a pair of those for hiking this winter too.
Date published: 2015-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love them! My husband and I each got a pair of these socks last winter. We use them for walking, not biking, in cold or rainy weather. We wear them with very thin liner socks for enhanced comfort (especially if walking long enough to warm feet up & make 'em sweat) and to reduce how frequently the socks need to be laundered. They didn't get much of a test last winter, but they sure have already this winter, and they've been great! I used to rely on shoes with waterproof liner and had good luck for several years. But the last 3 pairs have either failed either from the start or after not much wear. I am now a convert to these socks, and so is my husband. We really like the added warmth (even without rain) on cool days (I'm talkin' 35-50 degrees F). One caveat: the socks do take a little more space in shoes than a medium-thin sock, so probably wouldn't be comfortable in an already snug-fitting shoe. We're each about to buy a second pair.
Date published: 2016-01-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not breathable at all and not flexible enough Disappointed with the waterproof socks. I put it on the second morning for cycling out but felt the socks are not flexible to fit my ankle portion. The worst thing was I felt wet and hot on my feet, and it's not raining at all, so suspected the socks are not breathable as claimed on REI. I checked out on the Showerpass official website unfortunately could not find any indication on the sock breathability. Interestingly when I did my research on breathability, it turned out there is another waterproof sock brand DexShell that looks pretty much identical to each other, even the picture on the package are the same. DexShell indicates the breathability on their waterproof membrane is about 10,000 something. I will not recommend this product to any one. I'm so disappointed by this product.
Date published: 2015-08-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for waterproofing, meh for warmth. These socks keep your feet dry and they do a good job of blocking wind. They are not that warm on their own, but if you wear a warmer sock under them you can stay warm. Just make sure that you have some other waterproofing so water doesn't get under this sock. I have been using these for cycling, and I was hoping that I could use them with a cycling shoe and that would be all I needed on the wet days. Not so. If your shoe doesn't block water from hitting the outside of the sock, the water will promulgate between the sock and inside of the shoe, meaning your feet will get colder, although they won't get wet. After a ride, this means you'll need to air dry the inside of the shoe and the outside of the sock. My socks have not shown any signs of wear, despite walking on some slightly abrasive surfaces. I think the outer fabric layer is what guarantees this, but it also lets water rest against the sock. Depending on your goal, you may find these helpful.
Date published: 2017-01-11
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How much does the pair weigh?

Asked by: Steggy
These socks weigh approximately 4.6 oz.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-21
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