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SUGOi RS Winter Socks $0.00
When it comes to cool-weather cycling, the Vancouver-based Sugoi has had its knits dialed-in for over twenty years. And the RS Winter Socks are the perfect example of how Sugoi's dedication to technical designs combat the chills of winter.
Stretch fabrics and engineered panels allow the RS Winter socks to conform to the shape of your feet to retain warmth without limiting movement or compromising blood circulation. However, while keeping heat in is a relatively simple task, what's equally important, yet far more tricky, is the task of moisture management. That's why the RS Winter's fabrics are designed to actively transfer perspiration without dehydrating the skin. This ensures that your dogs stay warm and dry, even when pushing over a sweat-inducing, late season alpine climb.
For the long haul, denser cushioning at the footbed prevents the all-to-common hot spots from cleat abrasion. The front of the above-ankle cuff also gets the thicker material treatment for added warmth on chilly descents and windy days.
The Sugoi RS Winter Socks are available in the color Black and in the sizes Small, Medium, and Large.
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.
Reviews & Community
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- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I received these tonight via UPS from competitivecyclist.com today and decided to use them right away. It was 25 degrees with a 20mph wind (making it feel like 11 degrees). It never gets that cold in Tennessee (so I did not buy this for that weather).
I wear a size 9.5/43 and bought size Large and it fits very well. The bottom of the sock has a good amount of padding and rise about 6-7" from ground to the top of the sock. They are very comfortable but I can not speak to the temperature performance. It was really cold and I used LITE shoe covers, and my feet were cold - but comfortable. I will try to remember to review again once the temp is a bit warmer or I get new shoe covers.