RoadR 500 Cycling Socks - Black

€ 4.60

Designed for cycling in hot weather, medium height.

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SKU: S4615 / 2014280 / 8353894
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Product benefits Designed for cycling in hot weather, medium height.
  1. Moisture management
    Ultra-lightweight and breathable fabric that actively wicks away perspiration.
  2. Stability
    Elasticated band at the ankle and the arch of the foot to keep the sock in place
  3. Lightweight
    Lightweight socks for a better feel when pushing down on the pedal.
Product feature
  1. Why wear B'Twin cycling socks?
    Whether you use your bike for daily errands or for competitive racing, cycling takes a toll on your feet. Movement can result in friction, which, coupled with perspiration, can feel very unpleasant. This is why wearing socks designed for the type of cycling you do can significantly increase your level of comfort! This pair of B'Twin 500 socks wicks away perspiration, offering comfort during regular rides thanks to the lightweight fabric.
  2. Care tips
    Machine wash at 30°C. Synthetic programme. Turn the garment inside out. Use minimal laundry detergent. Do not add softener. Line dry in a warm, ventilated area. Do not tumble dry. Do not dry clean. Do not bleach. Do not place on a heater to dry.
  3. Sock height
    Low socks measuring 10 cm high in size 6½-8 The height varies very little between sizes
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Socks : 97.0% Polyamide, Socks : 3.0% Elasthane
  2. Product information
    Anatomically-designed cycling ankle socks with a central support band for added comfort and to hold the sock in place while cycling. Fine knit to keep you feeling cool.
  3. Lab tested
    Our team of product designers based at the B'Twin Village in Lille is continuously working to find solutions to make cycling more comfortable. Our obsession is to create products that meet each person's needs and remove any obstacles to cycling. We then t