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Endura Thermolite Socks

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Item # EDA0042

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Description

Socks for winter riding adventures.

The Endura Thermolite Bike Socks feature hollow-core fibers that work like polar bear fur does to trap heat, so your toes stay cozy when you ride in cold weather. These Endura socks have elastic in the arch for support and a no-wrinkle fit.

Tech Specs

Height:
ankle
Recommended Use:
cold-weather cycling

Size chart

Endura

Accessories

Endura Accessories
Socks / Booties
SMLXL
US Shoe Size5.5-6.57.5-8.59-10.511-12
Euro Shoe Size37-3940-4243-4546-48
Gloves
SMLXLXXL
Hand Circumference6-7in
(15.2-17.8cm)
7-8in
(17.8-20.3cm)
8-9in
(20.3-22.9cm)
9-10in
(22.9-25.4cm)
11-11in
(27.9-27.9cm)
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Gloves:
Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.

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4 5

Very comfortable, but not necessarily warm

This is one of the most comfortable pair of socks I've ever owned. However I don't know that I'd call them 'cold-weather' gear. Last fall I comfortably wore them down to maybe 40 F or 45 F, but below that I needed something a little heavier. It could just be me. Nonetheless, I plan on ordering more. I don't even like to take them off when I get home from riding.

4 5

Very comfortable, but not necessarily warm

This is one of the most comfortable pair of socks I've ever owned. However I don't know that I'd call them 'cold-weather' gear. Last fall I comfortably wore them down to maybe 40 F or 45 F, but below that I needed something a little heavier. It could just be me. Nonetheless, I plan on ordering more. I don't even like to take them off when I get home from riding.