Warmth without the weight.
Great for pedaling on a cold winter days and wearing around town, the Chpt. III 1.52 Winter Sock keeps your feet warm while retaining a thin structure for a seamless fit with cycling shoes. Designed by iconic cyclist David Millar, the 1.52 Winter Sock brings a touch of upscale minimalism to your winter riding and casual wear. The upper portion is comprised of merino wool and silk for an optimal blend of warmth and softness. Ceramic-blended fabric radiates warmth along the footbed when you're riding in bone-chilling conditions.
- Thermal warmth for cold rides and casual wear
- Thin structure fits seamlessly with cycling shoes
- Merino wool and silk along upper portion of sock
- Ceramic-blended footbed radiates warmth
- Q & A
Not as warm as I expected!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XL
When I bought these socks I was hoping they would cure my "cold feet" ...and at a price of 40 dollars was expecting maybe more than I should have... So... not being familiar with them I tried them on a 40 degree day with sunshine in November here in Wisconsin.. used them inside my SIDI shoes , covered with Assos S6 booties...well.. my feet were indeed cold even at 40 degrees, not numb cold, but cold ... just to be sure I will try them at 30 degrees , and let you know the true verdict!!