Try out the Veba skate sock and you'll see why it's the sock everyone raves about.
Here's what the Veba skate sock will do:
Feel like you are not wearing a sock - skaters most often do not wear a sock (at high end skate schools they promote it); therefore the sock should be as thin as possible in order to provide a better fit in the ski boot and feel for the surface.
Offer protection and support for the entire shin and foot - antimicrobial material protection from the shin pad and tape. Enhance blood flow - even tension in the shin will ensure that there won't be any pressure points while offering added protection.
Decrease ligament strain - strain in the arch and ankle are common and are areas that are prone to fatigue and strain. Ankle and arch support is very important.
Blister protection - blisters are very common especially when breaking in a new pair of skates which children do every season.
Antimicrobial Protection - will protect the foot from bacteria growing in the skate shin pad and floor of the dressing room.