Merino Wool Sock 7" Cuff

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Giordana Merino Wool Socks are one of the most versatile accessories in the entire Giordana collection.

Well suited for summer or winter temperatures, Merino Wool is a truly magical natural fiber. It has the ability to keep the body cool or warm, and pulls moisture away from the skin without becoming saturated as quickly as many synthetic fibers. A few pairs of these could be the only socks a cyclist needs to face an entire season worth of cycling.

70% Merino Wool - 29% Nylon - 1% Lycra

Made in Italy.

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Todd R.
United States United States
Best sock in 30 years

I’m a cyclist. I’m also someone who has a right foot that sweats subtly, but consistently, all the time; so it’s perpetually cold. I’ve dealt with it for over 30 years. This is the only sock I’ve ever tried that keeps my foot from turning to an ice block by the end of the day. I now have 8 pairs and wear them daily, cycling or not.

Tyler J.
United States United States
The go-to sock

My new go to sock. Great fit and feel in any conditions. Keeps the feet warm for the early morning ride starts and stays comfortable as the temperature heats up. I was surprised how well they wick moisture and breath. Great year round stock to have in your arsenal.

Alexandra I.
Canada Canada

I have two words: THIN and WARM. What a novel concept, hey? They're also quick wicking, and not itchy at all. I have custom cycling shoes that were made with no socks in mind, and these socks are so thin that they actually fit inside my shoes. I'm now also wearing these in the winter with my Blundstones, just because they're stylish (pink) and comfy. Fashion and function!

mike v.
United States United States
Warm and comfortable

These socks are surprisingly warm. I say that because they feel thin and lite when you put them on, but wearing them in the winter has given me added comfort and warmth compared to my old cotton socks. I started wearing them to work... one less thing to change out of when I ride at night.