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Ion Mid Pole Socks

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The Ion Mid Pole sock is an anatomically knit, comfy mid-height sock.

Who's this item for?  All kinds of riders.  Mid-height socks have been the staple height for MTB fashion for years.  Ankle socks and over calf trends will come and go but mid-height will stand the test of time.

Sock Length/Height?  Mid-height, also known as 'crew'. The cuff of this sock will live below your calf muscle.

Stand out features?  Funky colours and a cool 'Ion Maiden' logo to feature in all your future riding photos.

Materials?  The Ion Mid Pole socks are constructed from 65% cotton 25% polyamide Nylon 2% Elasthan.  This results in a comfortable sock that has a nice close fitting feel.

Pros?  Colours! Neat logo too!

Cons?  Hard to go wrong with new socks really. 

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Been good socks so far nice for cool morning rides

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