Sugoi Women's R + R Knee High Socks
|Price:||$6.15 - $39.99|
- Structured cushioning at footbed and dense cushioning at heel and toe where maximum impact occurs
- Lin-Toe reverse toe construction Progressive support from arch band to top welt156N Hydrophobic/hydrophilic yarn combinations Anatomically correct left and right foot construction Lace pad cushioning
- Mesh ventilation for improved breathability
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Part of Sugoi's Race + Recovery product line, these knee-high socks sport compression technology for superior athletic performance. The socks are designed to yield health benefits that promote efficiency of movement along with improved muscle stability, circulation, and recovery. With features like progressive support, structured cushioning at the foot bed, and dense cushioning at the heel and toe where maximum impact occurs, the compression benefits of these socks can be felt in training, during a race, and in recovery.
The socks feature a Lin-Toe reverse-toe construction, a "Y" heel gore for an improved fit and reduced slippage, and progressive support from the arch band to the top welt. The fabric includes a combination of 156N hydrophobic and hydrophilic yard, along with lace pad cushioning and mesh ventilation for increased breathability. The construction of the left and right socks is anatomically correct.
About the Sugoi Comfort System
As every athlete�s body requires different layering for ultimate comfort, protection, and performance, Sugoi has taken a back-to-basics approach with the Sugoi Comfort System. This system works from your skin to the outer surface of your apparel, and provides an optimal climate for your body, balanced temperature regulation, maximum comfort, and performance that can be personalized for each individual.
Sugoi products will be covered for one year from the proof-of-purchase date for manufacturing defects. Please be aware that the following claims are not subject to warranty:
- Damage caused by general wear against abrasive surfaces, such as Velcro, bag strapping, rough seams, or a rip on the saddle
- Rips, burns, tears, and damages due to accidents, improper care, misuse, or the natural breakdown of colors and materials over time
For years, hardcore athletes have known that Sugoi makes some of the most hard-working apparel in endurance sports. For over 20 years, the company has been working diligently to make sure it lives up to its name. Sugoi's journey began when David Hollands, a bicycle racer, and Carol Prantner, a fashion student, founded the company in 1987. The upstart originated as a basement operation in the outdoor playground of Vancouver, British Columbia. The initial product consisted merely of bike shorts, made to address the short supply of genuine technical cycling apparel, which all came from Japan or Europe at the time.
These humble shorts contained the genesis of the original Sugoi ethic of innovation and excellence, and soon enough other competitors wanted the shorts too. Sugoi quickly earned an almost cult following among athletes seeking the best-performing, best-looking apparel available.
Twenty years hasn't changed Sugoi's relentless focus on making workouts a great experience, but the company has certainly changed. Today, it has more than 250 employees. Its expansive catalogs now offer hundreds of technical garments and accessories, including underlayers, jackets, shorts, swimsuits, socks, and hats. With distribution throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, Sugoi is truly an international brand.
Ironman winners, world champions, and Olympians--they've all worn Sugoi, and they continually provide the company with flattering feedback on its range of apparel. The people at Sugoi admit that they revel in such praise from the ranks of the elite, but they've always known their success derives from recognizing and serving the needs of their core customer: the committed, everyday athlete.
Top Customer Reviews
I do like that these socks are supportive without being overly compressive, and plan to wear them on my next airplane trip.