What is the function of cycling socks
Carbon fiber road bikes, cycling clothes, cycling helmets, cycling glasses, cycling gloves, cycling shoes... Now that cycling equipment is becoming more and more popular, cycling socks and socks are little known.
Cycling socks refer to professional sports socks specially designed for cycling. They must have the characteristics of moisture absorption, perspiration, wear resistance, and non-deformation. The outer layer must be wear-resistant and non-deformable, and the inner layer must be able to absorb moisture and wick away sweat. Use Coolmax, Lycra and wear-resistant nylon or Kevlar yarn. As the saying goes, "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." For road cyclists, the foot plays an extremely important role.
Special weave, targeted reinforcement
For professional riders who use lock shoes, cycling socks will be specially strengthened in the three parts of "first phalanx, instep and Achilles tendon" to meet the needs of riders in pedaling. Including foot pedaling, instep lifting and ankle flexion extension, highlighting the characteristics of road cycling.
Functional design fits the driver
Cycling socks emphasize moisture absorption, perspiration, and breathability, cycling socks which are related to the selection of materials and weaving methods. When stepping on, the windward instep is usually based on breathability. The arch part of the foot is designed with elasticity and wrapping, and the pedaling force point is thicker. There is also the biggest feature. The cycling socks will be specially treated for the forefoot stitches to avoid long-distance riding, which may cause discomfort and redness due to friction.
Lightweight fit and direct force
Compared with other sports, cycling socks are lighter and thinner, which echoes the meaning of locking shoes and fits the feet, as well as the rider's requirements for exertion (how can the socks be soft if the crank is hard enough). If we use ordinary socks to ride out, not only will it cause excess energy consumption, but also sacrifice the breathability of long-distance riding.