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- Initially designed for runners, the CUSH™ is popular for anyone who desires a little bit of padding in their socks.
- Low rise - below ankle height.
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DeFeet Cush 4-Pair Variety Pack
Best socks ever! I have had a pair for 6+ years while training for multiple marathons and triathlons. Great durability and feel.
- Mike - customer
- from NY
- June 13, 2010
These socks are just what I wanted, padded and soft and low cut around the ankle. I\'m not using them for athletic purposes, so I\'d be happier if they were a solid color rather than the stripes of black and white.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Sonoma CA
- June 2, 2010
GREAT comfort no-show sock - Very comfortable - extra padding can be felt beneath the toes. My tennis shoes are very low-cut, and these are the only socks I own that look good with them. The socks are very easy to pair after washing because of the big wording going across the arch of the sock. Really worth the $$ and I'll most likely be replacing all of my socks with a couple more orders of DeFeet socks.
- Kevin M - customer
- from Maui, Hawaii
- February 2, 2007