Cycling socks for all-day comfort
Comfort becomes paramount the longer a ride goes on for. These Brevet Socks have been developed with long-distance riding in mind. Tested during the 2015 Transcontinental, a 4,000km journey across Europe, they are made of an innovative blend of merino wool and PrimaLoft®. Medium-weight in thickness for warmth and comfort, the merino wool offers moisture-wicking, breathability and anti-bacterial qualities, while PrimaLoft® guarantees a soft, smooth feel and dries quickly. A handy benefit for tourers is that the fabric is quick-drying, so you can wash and dry the socks overnight, while Rapha has also added a highly reflective yarn stripe to keep you visible. For added comfort and to stop blisters, there is a soft terry-cloth section under the ball of the foot. These versatile, durable socks won’t let your feet down.
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- Machine wash cool: 30°
- Wash with like colours
- Do not bleach or dry clean
- Do not tumble dry
- Do not iron
Rapha Bidon - Large
What size do I need for a UK 9. Also would the Teal match the classic shirt in Teal
Hi, Can these socks be used in warmer weather.
I'm a UK 11 in regular shoes and a 12 in sneakers. I like my socks to be snug so they don't bulge but don't want them to cut off my circulation. Do these socks have enough stretch so that I can go with a size L or would you recommend a size XL? Thx!
Will these work for women? Is a size and a half down an appropriate adjustment
Trying to match the current grey green lightweight brevet and last Fall brevet long sleeve in grey w/ pink stripe. Would I want the Dark Grey sock or the Grey/Chartruse? The latter looks like it has more of the grey green in it?
How would you compare the thickness of these socks vs the normal merino socks? About the same, or would these be a bit thicker?
What's the cuff height on these? (in general, it'd be great to get cuff heights on all of the socks)
Thank you for your request. We’ll contact you when your Reflective Brevet Socks - Regular is available.
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