Le Bent Le Send Cody Pro Socks Mens

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Le Bent Le Send Cody Pro Socks Mens

Season: 21/22
no. 3001467 3001467
Color: OLIVE
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Le Bent Le Send Cody Pro Socks Mens

Color: OLIVE
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Designed and tested by the First Couple of Big Mountain Skiing, the Le Bent Le Send Pro Socks are built to keep Elyse Saugstad and Cody Townsend's feet warm and dry while they hike and ski big missions in the backcountry. The socks are made from Le Bent's signature merino blend, and are tailored with ventilated zones and non slip strips for a snug fit that stays in place through long days of uphill slogs and downhill shreds.

Product Details
  • Material- Le Bent Signature Blend – Individually, Merino wool and Rayon from bamboo are world-class materials, but combined, they form a bespoke yarn that redefines what you thought was possible in a fabric.
  • Weight- Ultra Lightweight for Precision Fit
  • Height- Over the Calf
  • Cushion- Toe Cushioning
  • Definitive Fit System
  • Silicone Sock Lock and Stay Up Cuff
  • Semi Compression Zone
  • Silicone Heel Lock
  • Instep Support with Mesh Ventilation
  • Ghost Seam

Keeps You Dry – The fiber cross sections are covered with micro gaps, giving the fabric excellent moisture absorption and ventilation properties. It naturally moves sweat away from the skin leaving you drier longer.

No Itch Technology – Rayon from bamboo has a luxurious softness similar to silk and cashmere, and a springiness you'd expect from bamboo. The fibers are round and smooth with no sharp spurs to irritate the skin. Those with irritations to merino tend to have no reaction to Signature Blend fabric.

Odor Control – Helps the control odor producing bacteria by delivering a moisture-free environment that keeps you hygienic and odor-free, even when worn multiple times.

Temperature Regulating – The air trapped inside the micro fiber gaps retains and regulates the thermal energy created by the body. As the body heats up, any moisture is evaporated, cooling the air between skin and fabric.