Showers Pass Crosspoint Waterproof Crew Socks

Showers Pass

Don't let cold wet feet ruin your outdoor fun!  Showers Pass developed Crosspoint Waterproof Socks to solve the soggy toe problem and to keep your feet dry while cycling, running, hiking, any outdoor activity in the rain. These socks are fully waterproof thanks to 3-layers: a wear resistant knit exterior (feels like a regular sock), a waterproof breathable Artex membrane, and a Coolmax FX moisture wicking anti-bacteria lining.  The result is a sock that feels like a sock but protects like a rain bootie.  Now you don't have to choose between keeping your feet dry and breathability (we don't like sweaty feet either). Black/ Grey

Crosspoint Sock Sizing:

  • S/M fits sizes Men's: 6-7, Women's: 7-9
  • M/L fits sizes Men's: 7-10, Women's: 9-12
  • L/XL fits sizes Men's: 10-12, Women's: 12+



Average rating: based on 3 reviews.

Performs great but super slow to dry out when completely saturated.


Reviewed By: Jerry Wade on 5/18/17

Tried these out in our rainy PNW spring weather and was impressed with how dry and warm my feet stayed. I typically have cold feet when riding and these worked out great. I expected my feet to still get wet from sweat after a 40 mile ride in low 40 degree with light rain but they stayed dry and warm. My one and I consider a big problem is how long it takes for them to dry after washing them. I hang dry all my cycling clothes indoors and normally everything is dry by the next day. These socks however where still throughly wet on the inside after 24 hours. I had to turn them inside out to get them completely dry. This to me is a major inconvenience.

PS--Fit Perfectly


Reviewed By: Linda Gryczan on 10/21/16

These socks are true to size and the M/L fit my women's size 11 or Euro, size 43 perfectly. They were tight over my narrow feet. Men might want to go to the larger size.

Kept my feet dry


Reviewed By: Linda Gryczan on 10/21/16

I took these socks on a bike overnight and woke up to pitter patter on my tent. The socks kept my feet dry through intermittent rain, sleet and the season's first snow. Rain booties would be easier to put on in a storm, but they always have bare spots on the bottom of your shoes. These socks offer full coverage, are water proof and don't leave you with clammy feet at the end of the day. The only reason I don't rate them a 5, is that I expected socks so thick would be warmer.

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