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New Socks From Swiftwick, Darn Tough, Transition & Oxeego Make Great Stocking Stuffers

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12SocksofChristmas_Swiftwick

Swiftwick is celebrating the 12 Socks of Christmas, highlighting several of their sock designs for the holidays. Ranging from $12.99 to $49.99, they have the full selection on their blog. Swiftwick makes all their socks in the USA, and is known for their guarantee that if you dont like them, they will buy you a competitor’s pair of socks.

Click more to see the other socks that are ready in time for the holidays…

 

Darn Tough socks

Darn Tough socks are still made in Vermont, and this new 1/4 sock Ultra-light is made from 68% Merino wool. With Nylon, Lycra and Spandex making up the rest of the sock, it fits snut so there is no bunching to create blisters. Darn Tough guarantees their socks for life, and since Merino wool stays cool in the summer, warm in the winter and is naturally antimicrobial, you could wear them every day. $16 at www.darntough.com

Oxeego-Cycling-Sock

Oxeego’s Bike socks are made with Celliant technology, which recycles the energy emitted by the body, and the arch of the foot is made with Crabyon, an antibacterial fabric. Use of the Crabyon fabric continues to the top of the heel to chafing from the shoe. In the central part of the foot there is a lot of ventilation from Celliant fabric, and all of these features are designed for the ways cyclists use their feet. They sell for €24 on their website.

WoolSock

If you are a fan of Transition Bikes, they have a new logo sock. Made from 100 percent wool to be soft and versatile, and they will keep your feet warm through the wet weather. $18 will get you a nice simple logo sock from the Washington bike brand.

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