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As far as quality though, these socks are great. Still have them and they are serviceable. Keep odor down as well.
However, buy any winter activity socks (NOT COTTON, preferably wool) and you will be fine. Save your money. Would not purchase these again.
My 3rd season with pants. Never wet and warm. With just a base layer I've worn them in -20F conditions all day (Stowe, VT) and was totally warm. Only problem I had was last year the plastic belt holder broke. I contacted Burton told them what happened (all I needed was the clip). They made me send back my pants (I paid). It took them about 2 weeks to send them back- and all they did was put a new belt in a plastic bag. Burton could have saved time and my money by just sending that in the first place. It's a 50 cent piece, max. The pants are first rate though. Would purchase again (paid full price for these, btw)
And if you don't know by now, Dogfunk is the best. I've purchase literally tens of thousands of dollars worth of equipment from them (via SAC,WM, etc... ) ZERO problems.
Wore these up in Vermont at Stowe and Killington. It was -15 degrees and below for 2 out of 3 days and I didn't feel a thing! Snowed one day no wetness. I'm gonna keep it real, I'm cheap. But these pants were worth EVERY penny. Lightweight, good fit, and comfortable. The seams seemed to be coming apart a little bit already, but that is what the lifetime warranty is for...
Worked pretty well I guess. Worn 3 days in a row and my feet didn't smell that bad. Don't remember sweating too much either. Would I buy another pair? Probably.