Product DescriptionThe Giordana Sport Socks hold a retro look that complements the rest of their Sport line. But for those of us who merely appreciate the visual cues, it's good to know that retro is more than skin deep. The socks are a wool blend, taking that classic, time-tested fiber and mixing it with modern, high-tech fabrics to make it light and comfortable.The socks are knitted from a thread that is 25% wool, 25% PrimaLoft, 46% polyamide, and 4% Lycra. The design is fairly simple with the White Giordana shield resting above Black vertical pinstripes on a contrasting color cuff. The cuff is 5cm tall making the height 11cm in total, when measured from the floor. The Giordana Sport Socks come in three colors. All start with a Black body, Grey toe and heel, and either Beige, Grey, or Red cuffs. Sizes are Small, Medium, and Large.
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