30% off DeFeet Woolie Boolie 2 6 Cuff Cycling Socks

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Stay warm this winter with 30% off these super cosy DeFeet Woolie Boolie 2 6" Cuff Cycling Socks.

30% off DeFeet Woolie Boolie 2 6" Cuff Cycling Socks
£15.99
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The DeFeet line source the highest grade wools which have attributes you can't find in other fibres. 

They stay cooler in the heat due to the construction of the mesh. However, when faced with being wet in the cooler temperatures, the thermal properties take care of your feet and keep you warm.

With a padded terry loop top cuff, these socks are optimised for comfort. Furthermore, the added arch compression provides greater stabilisation.

Being a natural fibre, wool has elemental wicking capabilities understood only by sheep and the people who wear the DeFeet wool socks.

30% off DeFeet Woolie Boolie 2 6" Cuff Cycling Socks
£15.99
Commerce content is independent of editorial, and Farrelly Atkinson earns commission from promoted products

About DeFeet

In 1992 DeFeet knitted the Aireator sock inside out from conventional cycling sock construction. At that time, cycling socks were single use, white, and had little to no stretch, knitted with a soft destructible outer layer and an inner lining of nylon. With dyslexia as his super power, founder Shane Cooper was used to doing things differently, working his way around a concept from the inside out. His father gave him a new electronic sock machine and challenged him to pay for it in three months. Shane purchased $300 of Coolmax fiber, and set out to reverse engineer a better sock: using nylon on the outside of a sock for durability and strength, the softer fibers against the foot for comfort, and a revolutionary Coolmax mesh weave on the instep to pull moisture away from the skin. The conception of the Aireator gave birth to DeFeet.

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