WrightSock Running II Lo Quarter Sock

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Keep your feet cool and comfortable on any kind of run with these breathable, non-cushioned Double-Layer Running II Lo socks from WrightSock. Interaction between inner and outer layers absorbs friction and shearing forces, helping to prevent blisters. Inner layer of moisture-wicking Dri-WRIGHT(TM) polyester keeps feet dry; outer layer of Dri-WRIGHT maximizes moisture control and airflow. Lycra(R) spandex supplies a touch of supportive stretch; Stabilizer Zone(TM) across insteps and arches delivers a snug fit without feeling too restrictive. Inner layer is smooth with a hydrophobic surface against the foot. *Discount will be applied when you check out. Offer not valid for sale-price items ending in $._3 or $._9.


The Running Sock II from WrightSock is a flat knit, no cushion sock designed for all running activities and delivers the blister protection you need. Midweight sock with moisture management and friction-free control. Stabilizer Zone for a snug fit to help keep the sock in place. More Lycra in fiber content for a snugger fit, but never tight. Patented double layer construction and three part system. Moisture Management through inner layer, wicks moisture away so feet stay dry. Temperature Regulation; cool when its warm and warm when its cool, to keep you comfortable. Friction Reduction through interaction between inner and outer layers, eliminates skin shear. Available in three styles: crew, lo quarter, quarter. Fiber Content: Inner Layer 70% Dri-WRIGHT II Polyester, 26% Nylon, 4% Lycra, Outer Layer 68% Dri-WRIGHT II Polyester, 24% Nylon, 8% Lycra.


WrightSock Running II Lo Quarter Sock

previously retailed for:
$7.93 - $30.00

The WrightSock Running II Lo Quarter Sock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 18, 2013 at REI.

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