Get yourself a pair or two of Park Tool's Cycling Socks, and show the world you work on your own rig. They're made in the USA out of cool-comfort 75% microdenier acrylic, 15% nylon, and 10% spandex with double-stitched heel and toe. They're great for riding, wrenching, and wearing confidently between your feet and your shoes.
There's nothing like wool when it comes to winter socks. Specialized's Light Wool Mid Socks keep your feet warm when the temperature starts to fall, and naturally anti-bacterial wool combats foot funk. 4-inch high cuffs keep your ankles toasty and a lightly cushioned sole cushions your feet during the ride.
When the temperature starts to drop, reach for Giro's Winter Merino Wool Socks and then your bike. Made from comfy, warm, and breathable Merino wool, these socks provide natural moisture and odor management. With 5.5-inch tall cuffs to ensure there's no gap at the bottom of your tights, and fine Italian craftsmanship, these socks let you keep riding all winter long.
Thanks to the moisture-transferring benefits of merino wool, Specialized's Enduro Pro Tall Socks deliver dry, comfortable riding. These comfy socks also sport light cushioning and 7-inch cuffs.
Not all socks are created equal, and if you question this in the slightest, winter will make quick work of convincing you. That's why Specialized's Women's Winter Wool Tall Socks are made from a blend of Merino wool yarn that's warming, highly breathable, and quite efficient at managing moisture buildup. And, in addition to this, they've included a tall seven-inch cuff for a maximum winter coverage that interfaces perfectly with tights or warms, as well as a light cushion at the toe box for added comfort over long base miles and chilly commutes. - Merino wool yarn blends prevent odor buildup, protect against the cold, and accelerate moisture transfer away from the skin. - A light cushion is added to increase comfort while you’re logging long winter miles. - Seven-inch cuff height provides ample leg coverage for added warmth and protection from the elements.
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