Not many people get excited about socks, but they should. You care about your touch points when it comes to shoes, saddles, and handlebar tape, but your sock selection is just as integral to your comfort in the saddle as any of these. The Capo Avente 200 Olefin Socks are something to get ...read more
If you think that socks are 'just socks,' we feel bad for your feet. Not surprisingly, Capo shares our level of compassion and concern, and accordingly, it created its new Meryl 8 200 Needle Socks.We understand that these socks feature a rather confusing title. So, let us break it down for you. ...read more
Sadly, not all socks are created equally. And if you've worn a bad pair over the course of a century, you know exactly what we're talking about. Thankfully, though, Capo understands your plight, and accordingly, it created its new Meryl 14 200 Needle Socks.We understand that these socks feature a ...read more
We can't think of a single activity that's made better by having wet shoes. Cycling is no different. And when you're riding in the winter, you better cover your feet. Luckily, the Capo Tempest Rain Booties are breathable, water-resistant, and warming. Throw in an impeccable, Italian-inspired ...read more
If your hometown is anything like ours, you spend at least four months out of the year riding in sub- or near-freezing temperatures. And while this makes the indoor trainer rather enticing, the well prepared are able to ride outdoors all winter. How? With pieces like the Capo ISO Neoprene Booties. ...read more
The Capo Piemonte Wind Bootie solves your frozen-foot dilemma. Slip it over your kicks and be prepared to actually still feel your foot in two hours. Constructed using WindTex material, the Piemonte Wind Bootie is here to do one thing—protect from the elements so you can get on with your training.read more
We wear shoe covers for various reasons. Sometimes, it's because it's a little chilly out, and other times, we're simply trying to eke out every aerodynamic advantage that we can muster. But, we have to admit that it's increasingly rare to find shoe covers that fulfill both roles. Fortunately, we ...read more
Wearing socks over cycling shoes is PRO, particularly when the weather is not quite bootie-ready. Not all of us keep enough spare socks on hand to customize a pair for this purpose, hence the birth of the Cordura Shoe Cover. This stretchy Cordura oversock is warmer, fits tighter, and is more ...read more
Cycling can be a battle, and like any soldier in the bush will tell you, you need to take care of your feet. Outside of an SPD combat boot, the Capo Active 12 Compression Socks are your best ticket to sustained comfort in the field. The are constructed from a lightweight 200-needle high gauge ...read more
A quality compression garment stimulates blood circulation, and the more circulation your legs get, the less muscle fatigue you'll experience. The Capo Active 15 Compression Socks are a no-brainer accompaniment to your ride. The Active 15 socks give quality comfort, advanced compression, and ...read more
The last thing you want to think about during an Hors Categorie climb is that your feet are hurting; after all, your legs hurt badly enough. The Capo Strada 200 Olefin Socks will keep the blisters away, and the hot spots at bay. The Capo Avente 200 Olefin Socks feature a padded footbed, a ...read more
Hot spots from your shoes have to rank as one of the most annoying experiences in cycling. To alleviate your suffering, Capo made the Trofeo 200 Olefin Socks. The Trofeo 200s have a padded footbed and a reinforced heel and toe to eliminate hot spots and create a more pleasant riding ...read more
Merino wool is one of the fabrics we can't get enough of; base layers, caps, and glove liners made of this warm, natural fiber have all found their way into our riding wardrobe. Shorn from the toughest sheep in New Zealand, its soft fibers protect from weather, and insulate you from the cold, ...read more
Your legs might be totally shot when you step off the bike, but that doesn't mean your feet should be forced to suffer the same fate. Offering superior moisture transfer and wear resistance, the Capo Active 6 Compression Socks are knit from a robust 200-needle High Gauge Olefin, which also ...read more
Going for a canyon ride in cotton socks would be like stretching a Capo Thermocool Resistex Carbon Sock over your head while you weave through traffic—a poor choice. Slip these microfiber socks over your sweaty dogs, and feel the cool, dry difference of hollow-core fibers wicking away your swea ...read more
Contrary to popular belief, the right wool is exceedingly comfortable in hot conditions. In fact, it's actually comfortable in every condition. However, the question begs to be asked, what exactly is the 'right wool?' Well, it's New Zealand's Merino wool. And not surprisingly, Capo harnessed the ...read more
The Capoforma Pro Skinlife Sock offers comfort and bacteria-resistance in an ultralight ankle-height design. Meryl Skinlife fabric is smooth, stretchy and breathable for long-distance rides, and the Skinlife fiber treatment fights bacteria build-up.
The Capo Coolmax FX R6 Sock gives you the exceptional breathability and wicking power of Coolmax fabric with an elastic arch band to keep it from bunching up in your cycling shoe. A reinforced toe and heel prevent excessive wear, while the ankle length keeps things comfortable.read more
Did you jump in the pool on your ride, or are your feet really that sweaty? You don't want to be asked this when you get home from your morning ride, and the Capo Standard Tactel Socks will ensure that this line of questioning never occurs.The Standard Tactel Socks are constructed of patented ...read more
The CapoForma Phantom Tactel Socks might hide beneath your cycling shoes' cuffs, but they don't slack when it comes to wicking sweat off your hard-pedaling feet. Elastic in the arches provide support and a snug, no-wrinkle fit.
The CapoForma Euro Coolmax Bike Sock gives you the awesome wicking power of CoolMax all the way up and over your ankle, not to mention sweet style. CapoForma reinforced this sock’s toe and heel for long-term durability.