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Item #35447
  1. TRUSOX for True Comfort and Performance
  2. $39.99
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TRUSOX for True Comfort and Performance

Treat your feet with TRUSOX. By locking feet into the shoe, TRUSOX make for easier change of direction and shot control. These socks are also proven to reduce blisters and enhance comfort.

Thanks to non-slip applications both on the inside of the sock and on the outside of the sock, Trusox make your foot more stable within your shoe.

If you want to wear TRUSOX with your actual team sock, order the Crew Length (#35448). For match play when a team sock is required, players at all levels simply cut the foot out of their team sock. Then wear the team sock as a leg sleeve over their TRUSOX Crew Sock. Some use tape as a final step, but it's not required.

M - Men's shoe 6 to 8.5; Women's shoe 7 to 9.5

L - Men's shoe 8.5 to 11; Women's shoe 9.5 to 12.5

XL - Men's shoe 11.5 to 14.5

60/39/1 nylon/cotton/spandex. Made in USA.


Consiente a tus pies con TRUSOX. Al mantener los pies seguros dentro de los botines, TRUSOX permiten cambiar de dirección y controlar los disparos más fácilmente. Estas medias también reducen las ampoyas y brindan mayor comodidad.

M - Botines talla 6 a 8.5

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