Tunna strumpor för aktiviteter under de varmare årstiderna. Merinoullen reglerar temperaturen och håller fötterna torra hela dagen. I kallare väder passar LIGHT-strumporna bra som innerlager i enlighet med lager på lager-principen.



Åretruntstrumpor med tjockare sula för komfort och stötdämpning. Merinoullen håller foten varm i kylan och sval i värmen. God andningsförmåga och luktbeständighet är andra fantastiska egenskaper.



Våra tjockaste strumpor håller dig varm i kallare väder. Merinoullens struktur innehåller miljontals luftfickor som gör att kroppsvärmen bibehålls. De fukttransporterande egenskaperna håller din fot torr. I extra kalla förhållanden är WARM-strumporna perfekta som andra lager om du arbetar med lager på lager-principen.

    Why choose technical socks for exercise and outdoor life?

    • Technical socks have qualities and designs adapted to their application.
    • Socks with moisture-wicking material are important to keep the foot dry and warm. 
    • Socks with air ducts on the bottom and top provide better ventilation.
    • Technical socks are designed to reduce friction and chafing.
    • Eg. Mountain shoes with poor breathability make greater demands on the characteristics of the socks.
    • Technical socks have a better fit, are more comfortable and provide a better training experience.

    Should I choose socks with or without wool?

    • Wool is in a class of its own, as wool can absorb 30% liquid without feeling moist.
    • Wool keeps you dry and warms more than any other technical material.
    • Quality socks with wool often have a wool percentage between 30 and 60%.
    • Cotton socks should be avoided because the sweat is absorbed into the sock. Wet socks increase the risk of chafing.

    What thickness should the sock have?

    • The thickness of the sock may vary from thin to medium to thick depending on temperature and activity.
    • For hot days and indoor training, choose a thin technical sock with good ventilation.
    • For activities and outdoor life in the summer months, a thin sock with a wool blend will provide good temperature regulation.
    • In cold weather, follow Ulvang's wool-wetting rules and use a thin woolen sock inside and a terrified and thicker sock on the outside. This provides extra heat and insulation and prevents galling.
    • Make sure you have plenty of room for your socks in your shoe. A narrow shoe gives poorer blood circulation and you freeze more easily on your feet.

    What size and height should it be on the sock?

    • Make sure the sock sits perfectly on the foot and has the right size from toe to heel.
    • Choose socks that are slightly higher than the shoe itself. This reduces the likelihood of chafing and discomfort directly on the foot.
    • For running, semi-tall models fit with tightness in the right places.
    • Ankle socks can also be used in sneakers if have good enough tension and do not slip into the shoe.
    • For ski boots, alpine boots and mountain shoes, you can choose higher varieties with warm material combinations that still breathe.

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