Assos Assosoires Summer Socks (Holy White) (S)

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Assosoires Summer Socks is a lightweight, versatile summer sock for racing, training, and riding in low-light conditions. They wanted to make a lightweight summer sock that could work with every collection, one that blends comfort, support, and an element of visibility. Assos experimented with new yarns, leading them to ultra soft polypropylene blended with Lycra, which delivers a light compressive hold along the foot, ankle, and lower leg using our seamless construction. The unique hexagonal and square shape of the knit transfers moisture through the yarns to the outer surface, ensuring your feet stay dry and comfortable inside your shoes. From there they targeted the arch, wrapping it with a ribbed band for further support and boosted breathability, along with a contrasting reflective band along the Achilles for added visibility in low-light conditions. The summer climaCode is now a prominent visual cue for layering and also assists in wardrobe organization.

Features:

  • STL: Short for Spot The Light, these light-absorbing polyester yarns have been developed with photoluminescent pigment in order to remain luminous in the absence of light.
  • Ribbed Arch: 360-degree ribbed band along the arch keeps the foot comfortably supported within the shoe.
  • Seamless Construction: Absent of exposed seams, this 160-needle construction provides a seamless wrap on the foot for the ultimate in friction-free comfort.
  • Composition: 60% Polypropylene / 28% Polyamide / 8% Polyester / 4% Elastane

Specifications:
Season: Warm Weather
Cuff Height: 6 - 8"
Material: Synthetic
Visibility: Reflective
Color: White

Measurement Guide:

  • Match shoe size to the corresponding size
Shoe Size (US)Shoe Size (cm)
S3.5 - 635 - 38cm
M6.5 - 939 - 42cm
L9.5 - 1243 - 46cm

Note: All measurements are provided by the manufacturer and may vary depending on how measurements are acquired.