35° Below Socks Review

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About 35° Below Socks

35° Below Socks states to be a pair of socks that can keep your feet warm and dry even in the coldest weather. It claims to be so thin that it can be worn underneath regular socks and durable enough to be worn alone. The socks promise to be flexible and lightweight and keep the temperature of your feet just right. 35° Below Socks proclaims to be washing machine and dryer safe so that it is easy to clean.


How does 35° Below Socks work?

The secret of 35° Below Socks is alleged to be in its construction of aluminum thread used in Aerospace Fabric Technology infused with nylon knit fabric that makes it soft to touch. 35° Below Socks convinces that the weave reflects your own body heat so that you stay warm no matter how chilly the weather is. This special weave of 35° Below Socks maintains to minimize perspiration and moisture so that your feet will always be dry. The socks allege to be extremely lightweight and thin so that it is comfortable no matter how physically active you are.

The warmest socks for the coldest weather

Even if the wintry weather is your favorite and you like being outdoors, the cold and sweaty feet deter you from enjoying it to the fullest. There are insulated boots and thick socks to keep the cold out but they aren’t as effective as you would like. However, now the innovative pair of socks 35° Below Socks guarantees to be just the thing for you. 35° Below Socks assures to keep your feet warm and dry no matter how harsh and cold it is outside. 35° Below Socks state to be made with super soft aluminum threads that are infused with breathable nylon knit fabric, which reflects natural body heat and minimizes sweating and dampness so that your feet will be warm, dry and comfortable. Unlike socks in insulated boots or electrical socks that get bulky and moist in 15 minutes, 35° Below Socks emphasize to stay absolutely dry through the day.

Great for anyone and anywhere

35° Below Socks declares that it is great for anyone – men, women and children – and can be worn indoors as well as outdoors. 35° Below Socks alleges to be ideal for daily outdoor chores such as going to work, picking up kids from school or shoveling the show, and also for outdoor enthusiasts such as runners, skiers, winter hikers, and more. Even when you are outdoors, 35° Below Socks will provide you the same warmth as being indoors and watching TV. 35° Below Socks emphasizes to be machine washable and dryer friendly so that cleaning it is easy. Unlike traditional winter socks that are thick and itchy, 35° Below Socks claims to be lightweight and flexible so that the temperature will always be just right. 35° Below Socks maintains to be thin enough to be worn underneath regular socks and durable to be worn alone in winter boots, hiking boots, dress boots and shoes, and sports shoes.

What do I get?

You get 3 pair of the 35 Below® Socks for just $14.99 plus FREE shipping & handling.Official website 35belowsocks.com


5 Degree Socks Review

Calvin Sherman says in his review of the 35 Degree Socks that his first impression of the 35 Degree Socks without wearing them was that he was not too impressed with it because they are kind of thin especially because they are weather socks. He says 35 Degree Socks are thinner than expected and not thicker than regular dress socks.

Christopher Colon claims in his 35 Degree Socks review that having washed the 35 Degree Socks several times they have held on to quite well for all those washes.

In his review of the 35 Degree Socks, Spencer Figueroa says that the 35 Degree Socks feel thinner than the athletic socks he wears otherwise.

Edward Hammond writes in his 35 Degree Socks review that he is a bit disappointed with the look of the 35 Degree Socks because they are silvery, shiny and a bit flashy.

Van Bridges states in his review of the 35 Degree Socks- “ Tried and tested the 35 Degree Socks as compared to Reebok socks and both felt equally cold and neither one of them picked up any moisture during my 15 minute test in ice cold water. Although this may not be an accurate way to test the moisture in the socks, the 35 Degree Socks was not any warmer than the Reebok I was wearing”.

Milton Snyder mentions in his 35 Degree Socks review that he didn’t distinguish any difference between the 35 Degree Socks and regular socks.

Willis Ford claims in his review of the 35 Degree Socks that after running a mile with one Reebok athletic sock and one 35 Degree Sock his feet felt quite sweaty inside the socks but he could not duplicate the effect they had the commercial with where the person steeped off the paper with and it was soaking wet. He says both his feet felt moist but he couldn’t transfer it to any paper as shown in the advertisement. His moisture test did not work out because he couldn’t duplicate the dripping wet feet as shown in the advertisement.

Dennis Gordon states in his 35 Degree Socks review that 35 Degree Socks are thinner than regular socks so you can use them as an under sock because it won’t add as much bulk as compared to wearing two socks at once.

60 thoughts on “35° Below Socks Review

  1. The feet is where you have the greatest absorption of essential oils. NEVER EVER EVER out Aluminum on your feet!! Who would be so stupid????

  2. These socks do not work. tried them at football game temperature was 30 degrees my feet froze. I returned them and they did credit my credit card. I do not recommend them. Waste of time and money.

  3. Your socks are a lie!
    They did not even hold up to three washes,and the material came apart;
    Worst thing to buy,and a major rip off! Such a major scam to make someone rich!

  4. These socks do not keep your feet warm at all. They are just like any other regular pair of socks only more expensive. What a big disappointment!!

  5. Big lie I bought some, wore to work. My feet froze. Back to my insulated socks
    Wasted 19.95 . sure glad I didn’t by the hat and gloves.

  6. 35 below zero socks advertising is the most deceitful advertising i have ever seen. The socks are a joke. You would be better off wearing a pair of ladies nylon socks. You should be ashamed of the claims you make regarding the warmth of the socks. I am giving serious thought to writing a letter to the better business bureau and telling them about the decietful claims made on the television about the pathetic, decietful claims you are making.

  7. Bought them and they are warmer than regular socks but anything under 25 degrees, your feet will still be cold.

  8. Foot powder works the best. I’ve been working side for almost w0 years. Breathable boots or shoes and foot powder. It works.

  9. Could someone talk about whether or not these sox are at all helpful with really sweaty feet?
    I’ve never understood (nor believed) in the “wick drying” capacity of a sox..as I have yet to experience it…does it actually exist?
    That’s why MY feet are always so cold!
    I will be volunteering for Superbowl festivities and lots of outside standing around…
    I’m all about the BOLD NORTH…but…I’d sure enjoy feeling my toes while enjoying it!

    • What is this about my comment waiting for moderation?
      By whom and for what?

      I’d like answers to original question sometime soon. How long does “waiting for moderation” take?

    • I can not totally answer your question but I recently bought 35 Below. I went on a 20 mile bicycle ride in 48 degree weather. My feet were not “warm”, but a lot of the riders were complaining of their toes being cold. My feet did not sweat, but I have not had that problem in winter or summer so I can’t say if they “wick” or not.

      Next time I go on a ride I will use the socks as a liner and wear my routine cycling socks also and see what my toes feel like that way.

      Just based upon my limited experience, if you purchase the socks, use them as a liner with your usual socks.

    • Nylon or Plastic socks like these will keep the sweat on your feet instead of removing it like wool. Make sure you plan on loosing your feet in the cols with plastic socks! Anyone who spends time outdoors knows wool is the only sock that will keep you warm at 35 below zero! Or keep you warm at all. But im sure it itches yoiur baby skin so just stay inside with all the yuppies that wear plastic!

  10. If your on your feet all day out in the cold you are going to be sorely disappointed. They DON’T work. The metallic threading actually transfers the coldness from the bottom of the shoes/boots up into your feet. Not to mention the metallic threading is actually uncomfortable to stand on, like standing on glass… Bottom line, this product is junk. Save your money and buy a good pair of wool socks!

  11. I’m glad I found these reviews before I wasted any money!
    Sorry to see so many disappointed buyer’s of these socks and hope they all review future purchase’s from anyone with a “TA DAH” commercial behind their product!
    I have found infomercial products very cheap and often not what you expected when you receive them, except for “my pillow” ;P

  12. So far, I heard a. the people that give the 35 Below Socks positive reviews are working for the company, b. the people that are giving positive reviews are scam/con artists, or c. the people that are mad that the people that are defending the product and saying that it works, and that also say things like the people that hate the product and claim that it does not work need to get an appointment with a doctor and have their circulation checked, are butt hurt trolls. Have you people ever considered that the people that are complaining about the product are not only ironically the scam/con artists, but that they are also either knowing people that work for, and/or actually work for, the companies that also make other winter socks, and it is also they that are the butt hurt trolls that also hate both new competition as well as new ideas?

    • You are correct, there could be people from both sides when it comes to the reviews but, the company should refund your money if the socks don’t work. If they work, no one will want a refund because they work. People don’t return items and request a refund for &%its and giggles.

    • I agree, don’t waste your money! From now on I will read reviews before I purchase online again! Learned my lesson! Screwed again! And yes, they are tight around the leg and run small!

  13. I have never in my life had such a big problem trying to get my money back from this company. I order these socks for my husband and was told that a large fits women as well as a mans. Wrong ! A large will never fit a mans foot unless he wears shoes in size 8. I called for a return number wrote it on the invoice. Put back in the package it came in and sealed it. Went to post office asked for a label to return socks. Post man behind counter told me he’ll send it back as refused delivery. That was on January 20, 2017. Still waiting for refund with back and forth emails. Every excuse in the book that they haven’t received package. Two visit to post office, saying they received socks? Read other customers complaints before you order. Lesson well learned.

  14. I live in Michigan we get very cold weather, I purchased these, not happy with them, I tryed them while doing stuff in my garage and feet stayed worm, but out side when doing stuff my feet got cold, as long as I was moving around they didn’t real cold but they were not worm at all

    • You are so right!
      Did the post to which you were referring “magically “disappear because I can no longer find it ! Well done on exposing a fraud!

      now if only someone could tell me if they do anything for sweaty feet!
      Or if such a sock even exists!

  15. My son delivers mail in North Dakota. Said his feet was always cold so I ordered these for him to try. He loves them, wants more. Now trying to find the number I called.

    • Do they actually “wick away” moisture?
      Do they prevent sweaty feet from ruining your son’s route?
      .btw… loving Carson Wentz, so sad about his knee ! Yes NDSU!

    • These socks are total junk! Good luck on getting them to work as advertised, and then good luck on trying to get your money back. Total waste of time and money!

  16. I wore them last weekend in 28 degree weather. My feet were NOT warm. These socks are a joke. 35 below my ass I should have known better as they came from CA.

    • I LIVE IN RENO NV I ordered these socks my feet stayed cold walking on the floor they were worst then my dollar socks, they do absolutely nothing they are a joke. I wrote the company an email all they said was “I’m sorry they didn’t work for you”

  17. Ordered these socks 6 weeks ago from the number on the tv ad. The money was taken out of my account. Have not received the socks. I called them 2 weeks ago and they said they would send the socks and they would email the tracking number. Still no Don’t waste your time or money on this.

    • I ordered socks three weeks ago, when i tried to check on delivery they showed { non deliverable addrdss} . thje confirmation qt time of my order had my correct address. I THINK THIS OUTFIT IS A SCAM111111 They have my money but I have no socks Joe

  18. I ordered and still have not got them. Hope they work but I have been getting the run around from the Co. also. I will assume it was a waste of my money.

  19. Just placed 2nd order. I live in Michigan and it is 3 degrees out and 5 below wind chill yet my feet are dry and warm. I love these socks.

  20. Was going to order but I didn’t get a positive review if u would just say yes they work or no they don’t work and why

  21. Thanks for the info. If these socks are supposed t keep your feet war, they should work whether you are sitting in front of the tv or outside at work! Just another TV scam!

  22. These sock are a ripoff !!they don’t keep your feet warm in 35 degree weather let alone negative 35 .like I said a con /ripoff

  23. Rip off. My feet are actually colder. Waste of money. False advertising. Please people don’t buy this product, it does not work.

  24. Thank you all for your reviews. I will not waste my time and money with the product. I have a medical condition that requires attention to keep my hands and feet warm even in air conditioning in the summer. And feet sweat (and freezing) in winter is a major problem.

  25. Not only am I not satisfied with the product, my feet are not any warmer with this socks than with any other socks!!! I ordered them and was given an order number and told I would receive them in 7-10 days. After not receiving them I called and they had trouble finding my order #…..then checked by name and found it, but it had another order #. Said it would be shipped and I would receive in 7-10 days. I asked to speak to a supervisor….then asked to speak to another supervisor and told them all of the run around was unacceptable. They tried to blame PayPal and then tried to blame my bank….both fell on deaf ears since I had purchased other items for Christmas using the PayPal and my debit card. I told them to just take responsibility and admit that they had screwed up the order! A couple of days later I received a phone call from another supervisor and was told that they were refunding my money to my account, but still no admitting screw up on their end. I Finally received the socks on Dec. 13th….should have seen the refund in my bank today Dec. 16th….but of course it is not here….go figure! Same yourself headache….DON’T ORDER!!!

    • sorry you had such a hard time getting you socks. i would have liked to have more info on the socks. How do they feel, how do fit are they soft, do they seam to hold there shape. How well do they keep your feet warm?

  26. I don’t know what they are all complaining about, I live in Minnesota and I work outside even when it’s-15-30 below. So far I have worn these socks with another pair of wool socks at -15 degrees below zero with tennis shoes and as long as I’m moving my feet have stayed comfortable. I am VERY PLEASED with these socks and recommend them.

    • Thank you kindly for a MN review.
      My husband is a mail carrier and
      his toes get cold. I will be giving
      him these to try. Can’t hurt,
      the price is right and he goes
      through socks fast.

  27. I agree with the rest of you. These socks do NOT do what they claim. However, the gloves seem to work great. The socks were a waste of money. DON’T BUY THEM.

  28. Well now that you got the advertisement, I’m telling you don’t buy them, they don’t work. My feet are always cold in the colder months, so I thought I’d give these a try. Even with my house temperature at 72 degrees and with these socks and another pair of socks on my feet were still cold. If I put them on when my feet were already actually warm and with another pair of socks, they don’t maintain the warmth. They were slightly effective when I wore them inside my winter boots and was actively walking. The temperature outside was between 30 and 50 degrees above zero. There’s no way these socks would actually work at 35 below zero. And if they actually did why are you told to wear them with another pair of socks??? Just another means of getting people to spend their money on a product that doesn’t live up to its claims or expectations.

    • I think the idea is that you are supposed to be outside doing something instead of sitting in front of a TV somewhere!

  29. FALSE ADVERTISING it says customer service there is “NO “service any where on this sight & the people don’t speak English !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  30. I agree with the other reviews……seems to be an advertisement……not an honest, independent review. If you want to get a product like what is advertised, check out Heat Holder Socks website and make your own decisions.

  31. Was looking for an honest review. Agree with the other comments. This is an infomercial not an independent review. Based on this I will stay away from this product as the supposed “review” was not a true review.

  32. I was looking for information on whether the socks performed as advertised. Was this article written by someone associated with 35below? It seems to rehash their advertising.

  33. Thought this site was a review. More like a commercial. Said nothing about whether or not the socks performed as advertised. I wasn’t looking for as novel on these socks. Awful site

      • I found the large size was to small for my size 12 feet! The socks do not work! Military for 22 years and 9 years in Europe! I know all about Cold Feet! I doubled them and they didn’t work. no matter what I tried they didn’t work! I put on my Wool Military socks and my feet are warm again! Smart Wool is also a good sock!

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