Giro New Road Merino Seasonal Wool Socks

Giro New Road Merino Seasonal Wool Socks
Giro New Road Merino Seasonal Wool Socks
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New Road Merino Seasonal Wool Socks by Giro
As the name implies, Giro's Merino Seasonal Wool Socks were constructed using a blend of smooth "seasonal weight" wool. The merino wool in the makeup helps the socks breathe, wick moisture, and resist the buildup of odors, while also providing medium-weight insulation for cool-weather conditions. Every pair of the Merino Seasonals are made in Italy, and the 6in cuffs provide plenty of coverage for both road and mountain riding. The Giro Merino Seasonal Wool Socks are available in sizes Small to X-Large and in the colors White Dots, Grey/red/black, Charcoal/black modern, Camo/glowing red, Black/white stripe, and Black/charcoal clean.

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SKU: GIR001I
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