Sidi Tech Road Socks

  • Over-the-calf
  • Nostatex “Wellbeing” Pure Silver fabric
  • 65% Cotton, 21% Poliamide, 9% Elastan, 5% Nostatex Antibacterial
  • Strong compression along the shin, gradual compression around the ankle and top of the foot
  • Great breathability
  • Lightweight

Please Note: We can ship Sidi products to US, US territory or APO/FPO addresses only (per manufacturer’s restrictions).

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Our Price:
$24.00

Sizing Information

These socks come in two sizes, one to fit those who wear a 38 to 42 in boots (these are European sizes) and another for sizes 43-48. Go here for a US shoe size conversion.

Our Two Cents

The Tech Road socks from Sidi replace their extremely popular Coolmax Monza socks. Wearing socks made to go with riding boots will increase your comfort level a great deal as compared to sport socks or department store socks. The fact that these are tall enough to go over your calves and designed to stay up is one factor; plus they’ll wick moisture away to keep your feet dry and comfortable. I tried a pair of these socks myself and I really like them. I have somewhat large calves and found the older Monza socks to be very tight and hard to pull up to the knee, but these socks have more elasticity to them and go on easily. Two thumbs up!—Paul

Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

Sidi_socks
From: Kent B.
Location: Wisconsin

I had heard lots of good things about the benefits of compression socks, so I took a chance on these and have been well pleased with them. They are obviously well made, and very comfortable. The socks are quite long (I'm 6"2" and they go all the w... (Read more...)

Gopr0147
From: Paul A.
Location: North Carolina

One of my feet is wider than the other, and while my normal track boots are fine for an hour or two, they hurt my foot if I push it any longer than that. Since I'm doing more touring riding now, I needed something that would fit more comfortably f... (Read more...)

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