Giordana has migrated their FormaRed Carbon collection down to the lowest point on the human body: the feet. The same attention to detail, to fit, and to appearance has been given to the Short-Cuff Socks that you've come to expect from the line. The design complements all of Giordana's FR-C clothing, but is subtle enough to go with anything you own. Giordana constructed these socks from Meryl Skinlife, a polyester fiber that includes a permanent antibacterial treatment that limits odors and other, less pleasant things that can go on when you're sweating in socks for too long. The socks are 65% Meryl, 31% polyester fiber, and 4% Lycra. Because this is FR-C, the sock fits superbly. The yarn has been knitted to different densities for different regions of the foot: dense at the heel and toe, and meshy where you need your feet to breathe. To get the fit even more dialed, the socks are made specifically for your left and right feet. Giordana offers these socks in three cuff lengths. These are the short-cuff socks, meaning they have a 5cm cuff with 2cm from heel to cuff. The Giordana FormaRed Carbon Short-Cuff Socks come in Black/White, White/Black, White/Blue, and White/Red. They're available in sizes Small, Medium, and Large.
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