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When the weather is hot and the spring slush is calling your name, call on the Vans Light Weight Snow Sock to keep you riding to the bitter end without overheating. The Classic Light Weight has a full-length ventilated strip to release heat from your feet, while Comfort ribbing and a smooth-seamed toecap keeps the bunching at bay.

  • Constructed from a mid-weight blend of acrylic, nylon, and elastane for fast-drying and stretchable comfort
  • Compression zones prevent swelling and support targeted areas to keep you riding longer
  • Ventilated instep and a full-length strip keep feet breathing easy by moving moisture and increasing airflow
  • Smooth toecap seams won't bunch or chafe from being inside your boot for hours on end
  • Comfort ribbing at the cuff provides a stretchy grip that won't slip
  • Plush padding in the heel, toe, and forefoot offer extra cushioning that won't wear thin

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what shoe size does M/L correlate to?

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what shoe size does M/L correlate to?

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While sock sizing is not necessarily standardized, there are general ranges that essentially all sock makers adhere to size-wise so that people are not oftentimes finding their socks to be overly big nor small. For that reason, you can reasonably hedge a M/L sock to be, on the smaller end of the range, suitable for a size 5 - 6 foot, and on the larger end of the range, suitable for a size 9 - 10 foot.
Basically, I would say it would correlate to a 5/6 - 9/10 size foot, in short.