Cycling Socks are nearly always overlooked, abused and usually discarded post ride with a disdainful flick of the wrist at the nearest stationary pile of clothing. However, socks can make or break a ride, taking you to the heights of comfort, or the depths of despair. More >>
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Cyclists are prone to hot spots on their feet in warmer climes, and this rider has seen many fellow sportive cyclists clutching at their beloved feet in agony by the side of the road. Ok, so some of this is down to an incorrect choice of footwear, but take care of your feet and they'll take care of you!
For warmer rides, a good pair of mid to low cut socks that fit snugly without wrinkles around the sole are a must. Man made or merino, it really doesn't matter so much, but a lot of riders go for merino because its ant-bacterial nature helps to resist odours. Fit is key though, so make sure they are neither too tight nor too loose. For colder rides, a mid weight sock is ideal with a slightly higher cuff length. Less >>
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When it's so cold it actually hurts to breathe, yet the air is sharp, the sky clear, and kilometres of great cycling is at your wheel, it's time to ride. However, when it's really that cold, you need to pull out the big guns to avoid 'nippy toe' (that's an official phrase), and guns don't come much bigger than the Etxeondo Wind Stopper Socks.Constructed from Gore Windstopper, the sock goes on first, followed by the shoe, providing first layer wind protection and a fine toasty place to put Señor Piggy.Made from Gore Windstopper fabricFully wind proofProtects the piglets!
If the Etxeondo Thermolite Socks had a political platform, they would get elected off the back of a 'Warm, warm and warm!' campaign to rapturous applause. The predictable scandal involving a rather large orange in a very wrong place would of course come later, but, devastating public affair not withstanding, they would meet their political promises. Super warm Thermolite constructionFinished with an Etxeondo logo on the cuff
The Merino winter sock is an everyday winter essential - although hopefully a different pair each day. These Giro socks give a precise feel inside the shoe yet are durable enough for on and off road riding as well as the daily commute. Merino is an ideal material for sock construction, ensuring a soft, comfortable fit that is naturally resistant to odours and helps wick moisture away from the skin. Merino Wool 5.5" cuff length
A simple idea that is perfect for commuters. The Giro Merino Wool Hightower sock provides comfort and warmth for those crisp morning commutes without having to pull on leg warmers under your riding jeans. Giro winter socks are also made with coolmax fibres these socks are equally happy in the warm winter sunshine offering top notch moisture management. Merino wool Coolmax fibres Precision fit
The Craft Warm Bike Sock is a great choice for rides in cool to cold conditions this season. Padded in the required areas for comfort and with a thicker wool sole, its wide lycra cuffs grip the ankles without pressuring them, whilst the channel stitched uppers allow warm air to circulate and cool down for the ultimate in cycling foot comfort. Sport specific bike features for optimum support and performance during exercise in cold conditionsWool in the thicker sole keeps your feet isolatedChannel stitched ultra thin uppers allow warm air to circulate and cool downErgonomic placed pressure ...
The problem with winter socks is they are often thick and bulky. The Castelli Mezza is a sock that is quite at home in truly cold conditions but you'd be forgiven for checking that you haven't accidentally pulled on a summer race sock when you slip them on. Merino is now a staple in the cycling industry. It's warmth and moisture management properties have seen it gone from scratchy outsider to accessible luxury. The Mezza sock utilises these properties to create a warm winter race sock that has a heightened 9cm cuff for extra protection. 100% lightweight Merino ...
At Always Riding we love cycling socks, and when the weather gets cool yet the commute is still on, socks with a high merino content and a tall cuff are essential, both of which are offered by the Chrome Crew Sock. Made in Durham, North Carolina, a place of big city charm and country pursuits, the Chrome socks sport left and right specific patterns for a great fit, knitted Chrome logos, and a seamless knit tow with nylon reinforcement. Natural Merino Wool - lightweight, regulates body temperature to keep you warm while drawing moisture away from the skin, retains ...
The Craft Bike Thermal Sock combines a Polyester/Coolmax fabric mix with a lightweight construction to provide a breathable, yet warm sock for Autumn and Winter rides. Based on Craft's CCS - Climate Control System, the Thermal Socks are engineered to provide the perfect micro-climate for your feet at all times. Lightweight and perfect temperature regulator with channel stitched upper Channel stitched ultra thin uppers allow warm air to circulate and cool down Fabric: 62% Polyester/coolmax, 35% Polyamide, 3% Lycra
The Craft Zero Bike Sock is a deceptively technical cycling sock for fair to cold rides this season. Padded in the required areas for comfort, it is mesh constructed in others where heat builds up, resulting in a great fit that always keeps your feet at the right temperature. Sports specific bike features for optimum support and performance during exercising in fair to cold conditions Channel stitched ultra thin uppers allow warm air to circulate and cool down your feet Ergonomically placed pressure points for optimum support Body mapped mesh structure in ...
Ideally suited to cold, wintery rides, the Bioracer Deluxe Winter Socks sport a Thermolite fabric construction, generous tall cuff and foot supportive fit. Worn under bib tights, rain trousers or cycling jeans to warm both lower calf and foot, the Deluxe is a fine addition to any cyclist's cold weather wardrobe. Made of warming Thermastat-Thermolite fabric Tall cuff Good insulating properties Foot supportive
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