FITS Co Sock Review
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There are select socks that I refer to in my life. I’m not a complete sock snob, but I am pretty darn close to it. I love Smart Wool socks in the winter or for cold rainy training rides, I love Twin Six socks (especially their new brand) for the look and sexy factor. The rest of my sock drawer is mostly filled with Sock Guy and DeFeet cycling socks, keeping only one or two “girl stockings” on hand for when I have to wear a suit…

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Sock Doping
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Some call it sock doping when you have aesthetically pleasing socks on your feet. I call it accessorizing and I’m in need of a few new cycling socks. In my opinion you have 3 options for socks, black 6″, designed to match the kit you are wearing or so amazing that you could have nothing on and pull them off. Here are the socks I’m ordering for late summer sock doping. Srirachi Sock – $9 from JensonUSA* Taco Tuesday Sock &…

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Taco Tuesday Sock

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In the South East of the US it is becoming time to pull out your base layer long underwear and find your wool socks. Personally, I enjoy wearing my wool socks year round but not many others around my bike shop feel the same way. When it comes to wool socks I’ll wear many different varieties but if I’m going on a long ride, hike or really cold weather I’m picking one company – Smart Wool. Depending on the activity or weath…

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George Berger at Southern Cross
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…4 race, with one or two fewer steep climbs. First time in this type of racing, and me still a ‘stout’ and older guy, it wasn’t my purpose to kill myself. There were a few people I knew—I finally met Namrita and Eddie O’Dea, the race promoters from Atlanta’s 55nine Performance (two really nice folks, and whom I knew only from Facebook at that point); and Stephanie Cole from Charlotte, who I met at last January’s Greensboro Cyclocross race, who cam…

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