- Short Description
- Reinforcement in wear areas for abrasion resistance and greater durability
- Ultra smooth seamless toe closure has no lumps or extra fabric to irritate the toes. Tapered toe box anatomically hugs the foot
- Deep heel pocket creates anatomical fit around heel, prevents slippage and movement around the heel
- Sport-specific cushioning is designed for each activity. Terry loop cushion retains its resilience and will not pack out like cotton or synthetic fibers
- Weight: 3 oz
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No matter what you sport you wear these Active socks for, comfort and moisture management are key to performance. Our Active Collection features the temperature-stabilizing technical properties of merino wool combined with our most technical sock features. Under foot cushioning and an arch brace create lasting comfort by alleviating joint and foot pain, while mesh panels in key areas enhance fit and breathability.
With cushioning and technical features galore, these could be your most comfortable and versatile wool socks ever. These are the perfect pair of golf socks, preventing hotspots that can cause painful blisters. point6 compact-spun wool socks offer a natural, superior technical alternative to synthetic or cotton golfing socks, walking socks or fitness socks.
Celliant is a market leading responsive textile clinically proven to enhance performance and help balance body temperature. The key to Celliant's performance lies in its unique ability to recycle human energy. Celliant fibers capture the body's energy and return it to the wearer. This triggers biological processes that help increase blood flow and oxygenation to the skin, ultimately speeding recovery and boosting athletic performance.
Increased oxygen profusion has been shown to aid in the increase of energy. Energy produced at the cellular level will accelerate muscle tissue recovery from exercise, which is known to induce lactic acid increases, rebuild strength in muscles damaged by exercise, and also reduce the incidence of cramping, edema, and muscle fatigue post strenuous exercise in athletic conditioning.