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 >>
A ride in comfort, guaranteed
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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Beautifully soft to the touch and highly comfortable, the Etxeondo Polan is an ideal all weather cycling sock for serious training or racing. High cuff, it comes in classic 'racing' white, or 'training' black. There is some debate as to the correct colour of socks to wear for road riding, but we would suggest that as long as they match the rest of your outfit, and above you feel comfortable, they are the right socks.High cuff Meryl fabric constructionHighly comfortable and beautifully soft
The Etxeondo Tarte Sock is a classic mid cuff road racing sock. Highly breathable and beautifully soft to the touch thanks to its Meryl fibre construction, it is an ideal hot weather cycling sock for tough training rides, sportives or road races. Finished with the Etxeondo logo under the arch of the foot and on the ankle, the subtle styling of the Tarte Sock ensures that it looks great with any bib short and jersey. Mid cut Highly breathable Meryl fabric Available in white or black
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