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Wool for the win.

Pull on the seamless, itch-free merino Baa Baa Socks from Endura, and you’ll see why sheep haven’t been knocked off by evolution yet. The Baa Baa Socks boast an extremely high warmth-to-weight ratio, and will continue to insulate if they get wet—ideal for suddenly-soggy spring and fall days.

  • Reinforced toe and heel sections for durability
  • Cycle-specific fit with arch support so the socks stay put and keep you comfortable
  • Naturally odor-resistant, so you can wear them for a couple days in a row, and no one will notice

  • Reinforced toe and heel sections for durability
  • Cycle-specific fit with arch support so the socks stay put and keep you comfortable
  • Naturally odor-resistant, so you can wear them for a couple days in a row, and no one will notice

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Pretty nice

Between these and the SmartWool PhDs I've come to the strong conclusion that merino wool is the ultimate cycling sock material. These are pretty darn thin and I'd imagine will be my go to sock on really hot days where the SmartWool is a little too thick. I've tried a few different relatively high dollar synthetic cycling socks and none of them seem to keep my feet as dry and comfortable as merino ones do.

They worked pretty good as a liner under the PhDs for rides sub 20F, but I would probably want something more substantial to wear alone w/ vented shoes and no booties below 50F or so.

No bulky seams, good ventilation and wicking, and they seem to be holding up pretty well so far, I have only had them for ~5 months though.