When the temperatures dip, we turn to wool socks to keep riding year round. With its natural moisture-wicking and funk-resistant properties, wool is the perfect material for baselayers and socks alike. Shimano's Wool Sock has a higher cuff to insulate better under, as well as thicker fabric over the toes, where the vents in shoes tend to chill too quickly. A cushioned instep ensures a comfortable fit between shoe and sock, so your feet stay warm and content the whole ride.
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