#MERINO BURNT ORANGE
FINGERSCROSSED MERINO SOCKS are ideal for late autumn, early winter & early spring. A reflective safety strip specially designed for the area between your leg warmers and your shoe increases your safety in the dark & during the months when it quickly gets dark outside. An integrated toe cap surrounds your toes up to the heel in the form of an extra reinforcement of the material.
The Merino's offer the perfect composition to create both insulation and comfort. Moisture is successfully transported to the outside, thereby keeping your feet dry and tempered.
63% Wool (Merino wool)
15% Polyamide (Multifilament Polyamide)
It is our goal to create the perfect socks for the cold winter months. The use of extra material means the shoes fit tighter. After a period of the time the terry fabric will set and adapt both to your feet and your shoes.
All our merino products are mulesing free.
The Merino's are made in Portugal.
Warm and nice!
After having the Classics on heavy rotation for a while now (which are also brilliant) I opted for these Merino options and how glad I am that I did. Fit is spot on according to size guide and they are by far the warmest bike socks I have tested so far, making winter riding so much more pleasant. In combination with your winter overshoes of choice these should be fine to wear on longer rides down to low single celsius digits, maybe below even if you are less sensitive than I am. Just be aware these require some more volume in your shoes but for me they work in my summer shoes which I run snug but not overly tight. All in all fantastic socks from a likeable independent brand. Recommend!
Best socks, best service!!
#MERINO WINTER BURNT ORANGE
Very pleasant feel and a quite perfect thickness (not too thick/warm, not too thin/cold). These have advanced as my everyday wear choice not only for cycling. Robust material, as always very nice colour choices! Only minor negative detail was the stitching of the reflection band around the ankle with a loose end on the outside of the sock (didn’t have that with my first set of merino socks), but nothing that compromises the overall quality…