Burton Buffer Sock - 2009
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how long will these last and also when will these be back in stock?
January 18, 2011
It depends how much you ride. I have a pair of socks that I've worn for 2 whole seasons and they are still good. All burton socks are amazing and worth the money. You can see they are great because they are almost all sold out. I don't know if they are coming back in or not.
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January 19, 2011
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November 4, 2010
These are hands down the best socks I've ever put on my stinky feet. If it were socially acceptable I'd even wear them in the summer at the beach because I love them so much. Keep your toes toasty and more-or-less unsmelly with these. Great comfort, great performance, great sock. Good? Great.
October 18, 2010
Awesome socks! I own a few pairs to keep the small minimal when I'm riding almost everyday of the week (and because I love them so much). They are super comfortable. The padding is great and they support in all the right places. Really durable too! My first pair of these was bought 2007 and they're still getting rotated into the sock cycle! Women's size 9 = medium men's sock. True fit.
September 21, 2010
For many riders, the Burton Buffer sock is their first pair of snowboard specific socks. It is called the buffer sock because is is pretty thick, definitely warm and is the ultimate, moisture wicking, comfortable shred sock. It is not high tech and isn't very articulated when compared to other socks. Serve's as a great backup pair or a go to pair for those colder days. They will last you years and not effect your wallet. Is it the best sock on the planet? No. Are they better than cotton socks? Yes.