The Signature Sock is a refined ultralight weight sock designed for summer riding. Ultrafine polyamide yarns with a touch of Lycra for the perfect fit, these socks are the perfect compliment to your kit. Cuff height is 16-20cm (2cm per size) from the heel and features a 2cm double welt. A ribbed arch band and mesh across the top of the foot ensure excellent fit and high breathability, keeping your feet comfortable on the warmest days.
Socks are sold as FINAL SALE. They cannot be returned or exchanged.
Use the table below to find your ideal sock size based off of your shoe size.
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Without a doubt amongst the most stylish and comfortable socks out there - fair price, great product
These are the best socks over, they have significantly improved over the original version. The lenght is a bit higher and just perfect now. The material is light and breathable but still feels very robust. I have worn these socks though a whole week of gravel racing and they stood up to the test.
I have now bought the third pair of these socks. They are just perfect. Put them on and feel good. The fabric is very comfortable to wear even on long rides and there is a slight compression effect. which I find wonderful.
A sock that fits good on the foot and leg without being too tight and unflattering.
Love these socks! Breath well, just right amount of compression and perfect height.
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