Specialized Body Geometry Socks

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MSRP : $16.00

Product Description

Specialized's Body Geometry Socks are made of a wicking and breathable polyester/nylon/spandex blend for top comfort, a great fit and excellent durability. They also have a left- and right-specific design, and even supportive insteps for an awesome fit and feel.

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Body Geometry/Pain Issues

I will start off by saying I ride my cyclocross bike on the road, gravel, sand, singletrack, and pretty much wherever I please. I do not want to argue over how I should be on a different style of bike or riding different terrain I am simply looking for help to improve my body and riding issue physic ... Read More »

does body geometry affect by flat vs. low rise handle bar?

does body geometry affect by flat vs. low rise handle bar? Does the flat bar help body in climb? Is there difference between the two handle bars?Read More »

Body Geometry shoes just plain work!

Purchased new high-end mtb shoes from another mfg after a few years on the non-carbon Speci BG Pro shoes. They were worn out and my feet now take a half size larger. Immediately realized the new shoes and its two insole options were useless. Slapped in my SuperFeet and it was an improvement. Luckily ... Read More »

Frame Geometry/Body type

So I have wondered what a decent frame is for body types like my own. I have shorter legs and longer arms (like a monkey!). See my prof pic is you are really interested (ladies in the Wy/Co area PM me to schedule dates). I have adjusted my neck to make the best fit but I am wondering if there are an ... Read More »

Do you know gloves similar to the Specialized Body Geometry?

Those with the pads keeping your hands from becoming numb. I do mostly XC racing and I like full-fingers gloves, gives me confidence. So far I've only been able to ride the Specialized with the Body Geometry padding thing, but I can't find them anywhere. Have any suggestions? Thanks!Read More »

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