Envelope the Feet With Luxury.
Now you can enjoy Giordana's FormaRed Carbon collection where the power leaves your body and enters the drivetrain: your feet. This FR-C Tall Print Sock features the same attention to detail, fit, and aesthetics from the rest of the Forma line. Prints and colors complement Giordana's FR-C clothing, yet it's subtle enough to go with any kit.
Giordana utilizes Meryl Skinlife, a polyester fiber, that includes a permanent antibacterial treatment that limits odors and is anti-static keeping your feet feeling fresh. The actual material makeup of the socks is 65% Meryl, 31% polyester fiber, and 4% Lycra providing temperature regulation, circulation, and durability.
As with the rest of the FR-C line, this sock fits superbly. The yarn is knitted to different densities for different regions of the foot, denser at the heel and toe, and meshy where you need breathability. Perfectly contouring to your feet, the socks are made specifically for left and right feet.
These are the tall-cuff socks, having an 11cm cuff with 5.5cm from heel to cuff.
The Giordana FR-C Tall Print Socks come in a variety of colors and are available in sizes Small, Medium, and Large.
- Comfy socks for all-day rides
- Meryl Skinlife and lycra offer a soft, stretchy feel
- Reinforced toe and heel aid comfort
- Colors and prints look sleek with any riding kit
- Right and left specific for a superb fit
- Item #GIO00B9
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
Finding socks that keep our feet dry, comfortable, and happy can be quite challenging with all the socks on the market today. That said, these socks are simply amazing and my new go-to standard! I have worn socks from Capo, Swiftwick, Castellig and more. These socks are as good and better than many of the socks I have worn in the past. I love how I don't feel the seem, don't feel like I'm pulling on a recovery sock, and have kept my feet dry in the dry Utah heat.
If you're looking to try some new socks, get them and share your thoughts with the rest of us.
For size reference, I wear a 43.5 in Sidi shoes and a 10.5 in normal running shoes and purchased a medium size sock.