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Cutter Tall Boy Socks

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MSRP : $24.95

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The Cutter Tall Boy Sock is just as comfortable kicking around the house as it is bombing technical singletrack. The polyester blend is soft enough to use as toilet paper in case you are stranded in the woods, and the reinforced heel and toebox make the Tall Boys extra-durable so you donat rip holes in them when you decide to take the garbage out in your socks.

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