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DeFeet Introduces Fall 2010 Line Of Socks And More

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DeFeet introduced their 2010 Fall lineup this week which included a few things you might not think of when you think of the DeFeet Sock Co. This company offers a lot more than a standard cycling sock on your LBS wall. They have a large offering of socks for multiple sports (skiing, hiking, motorcross!), arm warmers, gloves, even underwear and undershirts.

Besides the cool new designs on their standard Aireator multisport sock for the Fall, DeFeet is introducing a new Hi-Vis Lineup of socks, cycling gloves, shoe covers, and arm warmers. This super bright yellow color (and one lime green offering) makes you more visible during the day–and at night. Hopefully, making you more noticeable to car operators. There’s also the new Mondo line of office-worthy calf length socks in simple patterns or stripes (some even have matching arm warmers) that are great for the urban cyclist and a must have for your next Tweed Run.

Here’s something else you might not know about DeFeet, their entire line of CoolMax socks are now made with CoolMax EcoMadeâ„¢–made entirely from recycled bottles. Help save the earth one foot at a time.

We recently had a tour of DeFeet’s factory in Hildebrand, NC. Check back for our writeup and to see how DeFeet makes all these cool socks in the USA.



Hi-Vis armwarmers, gloves, and shoe covers make up their Safety Kit for $49.99


Urban cycling socks–these are actually in their super thin skiing sock lineup, called the Talon in Graphite/Black, $18.00.

A few of their new designs:


The Aireator Firefly, $10.00, (the firefly’s bum actually glows in the dark).


Aireator DogUp, $10.00


Aireator Hi Top Do The Robot, $10.00.

Check out DeFeet’s website for more and to order directly.

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