Every pair of riding boots can now literally have a silver lining with these technologically advanced socks. The unique dual-action Silver Drystat® polypropylene yarn offers superior wicking and antibacterial properties with integrated silver ions in the fiber core. A medium weight soft padded footbed provides exceptional cushioning, while the patented graduated compression design of the boot-cut uppers are scientifically designed to enhance ankle support, stimulate circulation, provide relief from cramps, alleviate swelling and make feet more happy and comfortable in any riding conditions. Made from 75% Silver Drystat, 15% Spandex and 10% Lycra, these are built to last and engineered for comfort. Grey. S (5-7), M (7.5-10), L (10.5-13).
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Customer Reviews (3)
- SilverLinning Trekking socksReview by Ed
- Yes theses socks are expensive. So is my bike and a lot of my gear. I have two pairs of Sidi boots similar to the Combat Touring boot which I alternate when doing trips back to back. I ride 20000 plus miles per year on trips. Socks are critical. I ordered one pair of these in XL as I wear a size 12 boot. All I can say is awesome! Ordered two more pair. They fit to the top of my calf and do not cut off circulation yet stay in place. Good stuff. (Posted on 6/23/15)
- Best Socks EverReview by Tom
- These socks are expensive, but they are worth the money because they provide the best support of any sock I have tried. They stay up on my thin legs. The foot portion provides excellent padding. (Posted on 11/9/13)
- Silver Lining SocksReview by Sam
- Great product. They keep my legs warm and offer great support. My legs and feet don't cramp after a long ride. (Posted on 12/13/11)