SockPro - Fortress Clothing


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Men’s Sizing

Small: 5-6

Medium: 6-8

Large: 8-11

XL: 11-13

Woman's Sizing

Small: 4.5-6

Medium: 6-9

Large: 9-12


-94% Polyester / 6% Spandex 4 way Stretch 1 Sided Brushed Polyester

- Designed to be used ‘next-to-skin’ as a first layer ** FOR SENSITIVE FEET** wear thin athletic sock as first layer under SockPro. -Seams can irritate soft feet-


Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 1 × 2 × 10 in

Small ,  XL

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About our brand

"With Fortress, you can wear less layers of clothing, and have less weight with a more dynamic temperature range. You can go from it being 50 degrees and jump into frozen Arctic water and have it be 20 degrees or 30 degrees outside and still feel comfortable.
-- Outdoor Media Company Owner

Outdoor Documentary Filmmaker


"The Fortress base layer was a game-changer. It allowed us to film on days that we normally wouldn't have been able to and we could stay out in the cold longer than the camera equipment could handle. That's when I was really sold on it. The battery life in our camera gear couldn’t keep up with Fortress. This is next-level stuff."

No Cold Chills!

"With other clothing, if you exert yourself at all and start sweating, you get cold. Fortress is incredibly unique. When you get wet, you stay warm.”
-- Outdoor Enthusiast



"I get tired of putting layers on and taking them off again. Fortress is
insulating and breathable at the same time, so it keeps you comfortable at a
wider range of temperatures -- even if you're exerting yourself and sweating
in the cold."
-- Peter Smith

Mt. Pleasant Ut

All of the planning, preparation and time it takes to play outdoors is totally worth
it – except when someone gets cold and you have to call it a day. Staying
warm, even when you’re soaking wet, allows you to continue to hunt, fish, camp and ride without having to sacrifice safety.

Mt. Pleasant Ut

"You can think better when you're warm and not shivering and shaking. I've been
out in midwinter -- particularly in directing traffic. You focus a lot on
being cold instead of doing your job. Anytime you're distracted, you're more
prone to making mistakes or overlooking something that's important. I hated
being cold."
-- Police Officer James

Mt. Pleasant Ut

"Fortress Clothing allows me to exert myself in the wilderness and sweat in the winter
time months, and not be concerned that I'm going to die of hypothermia,
versus cotton or any other type of material out there. Fortress Clothing
allows you to mitigate your body moisture, because even when it's wet, it
still heats me up, and I haven't found anything else that can even come
-- Prepper

Mt. Pleasant Ut

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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Michael J

I love the vest. It’s one of the most adaptable pieces of snowboarding clothing I have.

Earl Boyce
The socks are geat - but, the top is too tight.

The socks are warm and comfortable. The seams don't irritate my feet. However, the top is too tight. I have to fold the top edge over to not irritate my leg.

Williams T
Sockpros are great.

These socks feel really good and they fit me well. The only problem is here in SW Texas it’s not winter yet, so I hope to be ready this time for the extreme winter we had like last year, I expect to come out a winner this year
How ever I have ordered a pair of the base pro pants and another pair of socks

Patti M.
I Always Get Cold Feet

My feet are ALWAYS cold when the temp drops (and I live in L.A.) so clearly drastic measures had to be taken while staying at my vacation property in WA state. I crossed my cold fingers (haven't bought Fortress gloves yet) and purchased a pair of SockPro.
Temp was in the 40's and my "waterproof" hiking boots failed and my feet got soaking wet. My feet weren't really warm, but they weren't the least bit cold. Kind of hard to describe, but my feet just felt damp after being wet for an hour hike in the mid 40's.
Same trip (and temp) wore my SockPro under my lightweight summer shoes (as it wasn't raining and I wanted to test the socks yet again) while cycling and my feet stayed warm. Bravo Fortress :)

Sharlene Laub

? What order? I didn't order anything 14 days ago