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Reebok Philadelphia Flyers Edge SX100 Hockey Socks
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Reebok Philadelphia Flyers Edge SX100 Hockey Socks

5212-31
[Intermediate]
NHL Game Sock PHI is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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  • Shipping limited to United States mailing addresses due to manufacturer imposed international policy.
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Tight fitting wave knit
  • Ultra-fresh antimicrobial treatment
  • Inspired by the NHL RBK Edge Uniform

 

FEATURES

Material:100% PolyesterType of fabric which the product is made of
Warranty:30 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Rock your favorite team socks during your game or practice with the Philadelphia Flyers Game Socks. These socks have a tight fitting wave knit and mesh fabric will keep your shin guards firmly in place. There is a bubble ankle band that will hold its shape and also helps secure your padding. Plus to keep that hockey stank out these socks are equipped with ultra-fresh antimicrobial treatment to keep the odor to a minimum. On the top there is Velcro stitched into the sock for an easy attachment to your jock shorts. Stay cool and look cool all game long.

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RATINGS & REVIEWS

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Socks Compared to traditional knit hockey socks, these are definitely an upgrade. They're lighter and more breathable than traditional knit socks, and I can say for sure I can tell the difference when wearing them. They won't make you play better, but they're more comfortable. My only issue with them is durability. It seems they get rips and tears in them more easily. Overall, I'd sacrifice some durability over comfort and continue to purchase these types of socks. I've had a pair for about 2 years, well worth the extra few dollars compared to a knit sock.
Date published: 2015-01-06
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