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Moto-Skiveez compression socks


By Lance Gines #196845 I consider myself a fairly avid rider


and running an adventure motorcy- cle touring and rental business gives me a fair amount of seat, or in my case, peg time. I average somewhere between 35 and 50 thousand miles a year, primarily on dirt roads. As many of you know, finding a


great pair of socks is just not that easy to do. I own a whole drawer full of socks from different companies, and while at the BMW MOA Inter- national Rally in Salt Lake City, Utah, I picked up a pair of Moto-Skiveez riding socks. While I find many of my current


socks okay, I’ve found the Moto- Skiveez socks take comfort to a whole new level. Moto-Skiveez socks begin with a slight compression, just enough to combat swelling of the feet and ankles, but not enough to be a struggle to get on. This compression feature also keeps them from becom- ing loose or bunching up and creat- ing hot spots or blisters. The socks are made from a 40 per-


cent anti-bacterial aloe fiber which helps to keep them from becoming stinky even after several days with- out being washed. I found that they breath well and that my feet seemed to sweat less than when I wore other socks. Priced at $25 per pair, they are


right on par with most other riding socks I have purchased and way less than other compression socks I bought to support the broken ankle I suffered in a get off last summer. Beyond riding, I’ve found myself


wearing the Moto-Skiveez socks for hiking and at my day job as a hair stylist with equally great results. I will definitely be buying more. For more information visit motoskiveez.com.


20 BMW OWNERS NEWS October 2017


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