100 Percent Flow Performance Socks

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These poly/cotton blend athletic socks are great for riding in or for days off the bike for workouts and casual wear. Cushioned arch support and foot bed keep things comfy. Strategic knit mesh for ventilation and wicking yarn for moisture management.

Who's this item for: Anybody looking for some sweet socks for riding or doing active stuff in.

Sock Length/Height: These are a 6" high crew sock.

Stand out features: Compression arch support and padded foot bed. Breathable and moisture-wicking material.

Materials: Polyester and cotton blend

Pros: Look good, feel good. The perfect length for a riding sock.

Cons: Won't appeal to people that like super short socks.

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