Summer cycling socks: Stolen Goat socks review
For those looking for some summer cycling socks, look no further. We recently tried two pairs of Stolen Goat’s socks on the stingingly hot roads of Italy (quite appropriate as it happens, since the socks are also made in Italy!).
As with everything in the Stolen Goat range, they blend form with function, offering a stylish modern look with coolmax technology. Even at 35°C, sweaty feet was not an issue for us!
Full disclosure: Stolen Goat gave us these cycling socks to try - more details of how that came about, here - but the opinions you'll read here are honest and our own. Also be aware that this post contains affiliate links (more details at the bottom of the page).
The socks give a compressive fit that moulds to the contours of your foot and feels really comfy.
Those that love a long cycling sock will be particularly pleased. These are around 20 centimetres from the shoe line to the top of the sock.
The quality feels excellent - they’re not paper thin (like some) and we anticipate a good lifetime compared to other lightweight options.
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