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SmartWool PhD Cycling Light Mini Sock $0.00
Full PhD, mini length.
With a mix of wool, nylon, and elastic the SmartWool PhD Cycling Light Mini Sock blocks odor, ditches excess heat during the summer, and retains warmth on cool fall days.
- Wool-on-Wool technology adds shock-absorbing layers in the heel and ball of the sock
- Mesh zone enhance moisture management and ventilation
- Duroyarn reinforcement for durability
Sock Size →
|US MEN'S||3 - 5.5||6 - 8.5||9 - 11.5||12 - 14.5|
|US WOMEN'S||4 - 6.5||7 - 9.5||10 - 12.5||N/A|
|EU||34 - 37||38 - 41||42 - 45||46 - 49|
|UK||2 - 4.5||5 - 7.5||8 - 10.5||11 - 13.5|
Sock Size →
|US||6 - 8.5||9 - 11.5||12 - 2.5||3 - 6|
|EU||22 - 25||26 - 28||29 - 32||33 - 36|
|UK||5 - 7.5||8 - 10.5||11 - 13.5||1 - 4.5|
What community has to say
SmartWool PhD Cycling Light Mini Sock
Socks are comfortable and lightweight but a few Army Ranger 25k hikes and they wear out prematurely.
What can I say,,,,,SmartWool rocks! Love these socks
Reasonable price and very comfortable. Not as thick as the Woolie Boolie but still warm.
Very comfortable sock, but as mentioned below they are slightly thicker than other pairs I have worn. I don't mind because my feet don't tend to sweat but could be a problem for bikers with hot feet. I really enjoy them.
a Little thick
Great sock but it was a little thicker than some of the "light" smartwool socks I have gotten in the past. Still a solid comfy sock and won't go riding without them.....maybe just not in 100 deg heat!
I like these sock pretty good, however, they are not really cool for my liking. The seem to not let heat out as much as I would like. I have been riding with silk socks and prefer them more.
Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall - The best I've tried
These are the best cycling socks I've ever tried. They keep my feet dry and comfy through an amazing range of temperatures. Great ventilation and wicking performance and magically manage to keep my toes plenty warm in my summer shoes down to 40F and cool and dry up to ~85F.
The construction and durability are awesome as well. No rubbing seams and just the right amount of elastic in all the right places to help keep the blood flowing and prevent bunching on long rides. They've been super durable for me too, my oldest pair is 3 years old and shows no sign of wear. I've given myself several pretty nasty chainring gashes through them, and rolled through countless sticker bushes and no tears or pulled threads.
They're definitely pricey, but worth it.