Fox Racing Low Rise Socks

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The Fox Racing Low Rise Sock allows you to get out there and ride while you're busy working on your mid-summer island tan. Mesh zones, added arch support, and flatlock stitching keep your foot cool and comfortable, while the low cut eliminates the embarrassing tan lines that you got riding in black cotton office socks.

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