Noru Riding Socks ~ Sale
- Constructed of Polyester/Polyamide, Elastane® and Coolmax®
- Cushioned multi-weave sole with Coolmax® for increased comfort
- Padded weave toe for improved wear
- Stretch Elastane® for multi-directional movement
Standard socks are mid-calf high socks for most riders and should fit most foot sizes though they look to be ideal for about size 8 – 12.
Long socks should fit the same but they will come up to right about the knee for most riders.
Our Two Cents
The Noru Riding Socks are new for Fall 2021.
These socks look well made with a blend of fibers meant to provide a comfortable fit and a little climate control as well. The Coolmax® fabric should help create a micro-climate that keeps your feet feeling a little cooler than they would otherwise. The stretch fabric makes them pretty universal fit but they looked constructed to be ideal for the average shoe size which is about 8-12.
Good looking and comfortable socks, and at these prices they’re a bargain compared to other riding socks on the market.
About NORU: The NORU line of riding gear is new for us for 2021. It comes to us through one of our very long-time distributors of riding gear and apparel, Helmet House of California. Helmet House is the owner of the Cortech and Tour Master brands and is a distributor of other well known brands such as Shoei helmets and Alpinestars apparel. NORU is designed with value in mind… in fact, exceptional value and will serve those well who want decent riding gear on a minimal budget. NORU says: Inspired by Japan’s culture of careful refinement, NORU is the Japanese word that means “To Ride”. Founded by lifelong motorcycle enthusiasts, NORU is the performance champion of motorcycle apparel that you can afford.
Happy Customers Who Bought This Product
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