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- Keep cool from the ground up, even as you're attempting to land that heart pounding flip.
- CoolMax® technology helps wick away moisture to keep feet cooler and drier.
- Ultrasoft combed cotton construction.
- Elastic arch support.
- Seamless toe design for irritation-free comfort.
- Y-gore seam at heel eliminates slippage.
- Deep heel pocket for a better fit.
- Anatomically marked for a better fit.
- Logo at ankle.
- 45% CoolMax fibers, 30% combed cotton, 15% polyester, 10% spandex.
- Machine wash at cold, line dry.
- Do not bleach or iron.
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- Adam - customer
- from Fresno, CA
- April 21, 2013