SUGOi Zap Winter Sock

SUGOi Zap Winter Sock
SUGOi Zap Winter Sock
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Zap Winter Sock by SUGOi
Fold up your favorite Zap summer socks and break out Sugoi's Zap Winter Sock for warm, comfortable feet as the frost creeps in and leaves begin to fall. A thicker version of its summer-weight sibling, the Zap Winter sock features reflectivity woven into the fabric and fully reflective stripes that look cool and amp up your visibility to other road users in low-light conditions.

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SKU: SUG00BD
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