FALKE launches all terrain sock
Issued by Peridot - Jun 23rd, 10:57
If you’re an outdoor and sport all-rounder, the new FALKE Advance Performance All Terrain sock is bound to become your feet’s best friend. Utilising innovative design and technology combined with over a century of expertise and the most advanced technical yarns available globally, Advance Performance promises ultimate functionality.
The new FALKE ALL TERRAIN (AT) is suitable for mountain biking, trail running, road running and hiking. The combination of robust natural fibres such as mohair and merino wool and FALKE’s trademark Drynamix moisture management yarn in the base of the sock minimises friction and blistering.
The honeycomb mesh construction across the top of the foot assists in ventilation, while the elasticated arch and ankle support technology on the cuff provides additional comfort and wearer advantage. Size-specific construction, hand-linked toe seams, targeted support and ventilation features ensure the ultimate fit.
The FALKE ALL TERRAIN sock in sizes 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12 in four colourways – grey/fog, neon lime, ink and wild berry. The AT is available at Sportsmans Warehouse, Cape Union Mart, Totalsports and specialist running stores nationwide at a suggested retail price of R180.00.
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