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Lightweight, snug-fitting sock with ForMotion anatomically shaped left/right footbed that enhances natural foot movement. ClimaLite moisture control. Mesh panels for ventilation. Added compression in ankle and arch. Nylon/spandex blend. Imported.


Medias que ajustan firmemente sin añadir peso. Vienen con tecnología ForMotion que permite un movimiento más natural en ambos pies. Hechas con malla para hacerlas más frescas y cómodas, además de ClimaLite que controla la humedad. Ajustan en el tobillo y e

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