About Pearl Izumi Attack Socks - Quarter Crew (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. Attack all types of terrain on foot or in the bicycle saddle with the moisture-wicking performance and excellent breathability of Pearl Izumi Attack socks.
Specs about Pearl Izumi Attack Socks - Quarter Crew (For Men and Women)
- Height: Quarter crew
- Fabric: 58% polyester, 40% nylon, 2% spandex or, 55% polyester, 43% nylon, 2% spandex or, 42% nylon, 3% spandex
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Made in United States of America (yarn imported)
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Thin and light - That's what she saidVerified Buyer Reviewed by Cowboy from Indiana on Tuesday, February 17, 2015I've long been a no-sock runner since I really like the lightness and feel, as well as the ease of changing shoes in triathlons. Recently though my shoes started rubbing holes in my feet. This sucks, I don't recommend it. So I went on the lookout for a lightweight sock that still felt like I was barefoot. These guys fit the bill perfectly. Super light, super thin. Definitely not a sock to use if you're looking for added warmth. I may use these under my woolies as liners in the winter time for hiking as well. Added bonus is that they come up past your ankle bone, so you get to look like grampa. The black ones with a bright white pair of Velcro New Balance walking shoes and some plaid shorts will be sick when I'm 80.
pay for qualityVerified Buyer Reviewed by active Matt from Georgia on Wednesday, December 10, 2014thin sock, pearl izumi quality
Pearl of a SockVerified Buyer Reviewed by Mtn Biker from NC on Monday, June 30, 2014Pearl Izumi makes excellent products including socks! These were priced right, relable, and comfortable.
Good summer sockVerified Buyer Reviewed by Anonymous from Garfield Heights, Oh. on Tuesday, May 13, 2014Lightweight. Made in USA. Quality & fit are good. Made for warm weather.
Question & Answer
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“Does this make a good liner sock for hiking, to help prevent blisters?”
I wouldn't recommend this product for hiking. I wore it to work twice and did a seven mile run in it and then a hole ruined the sock. I think it is very delicate and not as strong as previous socks that I have owned. Perhaps it should only be used for cycling... I'll just go barefoot instead of getting another pair.