Purchased these socks for cold, rainy walks on non-riding Off days. The socks worked great with a pair of waterproof low rise hiking shoes in keeping my feet comfortable. The only issue is difficulty in getting them on and off over the heel. There is very little stretch, so it does take some muscle to get them on. Perhaps this is to be expected given the three layers including the waterproof barrier layer. Time will tell if repeated wearings stretch and tear the waterproof layer. For now, I am OK with them as they work as described.
The Crosspoint socks are well made, they are much thicker than I expected since I tend to wear lightweight wool socks when riding and running; these seem 3x thicker than a Smartwool PHD cycling sock. Too thick for my cycling shoes but will use them hiking and snow activities next winter.
Rode with these and could immediately tell how much warmer and drier my feet would be and they did not disappoint. Even in a pair of vented MTB shoes they help up well and were a big improvement over wool socks on a 2-hour ride.
Expecting great things on even wetter rides.
Bought these when they were deal of the day. Excellent quality. the LXL are snug on my size 10 feet but comfortable material. Definitely waterproof. Used them for biking and when pressure washing the patio and was always dry. Also, nice and warm for wintertime riding.
I bike Commute and train year round with icy conditions being the only thing that keeps me from riding. These socks are the best I have ever owned and work well to keep your feet dry as well as warm. I find the Shoe covers do a basic job but, for shorter rides when it is not raining very hard. The combination of Shoe covers and waterproof socks keep your feet warm and dry as well as your shoes clean.
These work great.... They keep your feet dry and fairly warm even while splashing through muddy puddles. The only issue I have with them is that they are bulky. I had to get a half size larger shoe fit them in.