POC Essential Mid Length Socks

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With a slightly longer than average shaft length, POC's Essential Midlength Sock enhances leg protection for mountain bikers while at the same time delivering supreme levels of comfort thanks to material choice and construction methods. With heel and toe reinforcements and flat seams across the toe, the sock delivers comfort and durability. Constructed from a highly breathable, moisture-wicking fabric, the sock remains comfortable even under periods of intense activity, making it the ideal choice for any ride.

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  • Sock which is ideal for mountain biking due to ankle and lower shin coverage
  • The slightly longer shaft length, 23 cm heel to the cuff for all sizes
  • Heel and toe reinforcement for extra durability
  • Sock with a specific 1x1 rib construction

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