The Pro Mesh 15 Socks from Castelli are engineered to excel in warmer weather conditions, using Meryl® Skinlife antibacterial yarns to ensure a sweat and odour free ride as you enjoy a summer spin. The Pro Mesh 15 Socks are a stylish cycling specific sock that brings a touch of zing to your sock game. While they attract admiring glances they're also packed full of tech to ensure you're feet are as fresh and comfortable as can be. They’re made with lightweight Meryl Skinlife® yarn, designed with antimicrobial properties letting you wave goodbye to post-ride odours, and vented zones let cooling airflow circulate for added freshness. The combination of the midfoot support band and compression upper cuff enhance comfort and both also ensures the sock doesn't slip around inside your shoes or slip down your calf, so chafing and irritation is a thing of the past.
Meryl® Skinlife antibacterial yarns
Mesh ankle knit
Midfoot support band
Compression cuff keeps sock in place
Lightweight construction to keep foot cool
Sizing Information for Castelli Clothing:
Mr ImamuraVery compressive, light socks. But little bit thick on calf.
CiriloNice sock, on the thicker side
HerbertNice, comfortable and perfect fit!
Francisco Garcinii love this socks, very comfortable fitting.
Mr BarrableTypically well made and comfortable castelli socks for warmer days
Timothy BGreat fitting socks for good all round use. Can't really fault Castelli threads!
GuyGood, comfortable, cool socks. Slightly taller, than I like, but okay. I bought the dark grey/dusk blue, thinking they would match the Castelli 2.0 climber's jersey, in dark grey, that I have. Close, but not really a match. The blue is lighter than the blue bands on the sleeves of the jersey. But, that's a small thing. The main thing is they are very wearable, comfortable and cool. I would recommend them, and they do come in other colors.
HerbertHave not had a change to try them out yet but the quality seems great!
Mr Josiekgood light socks, fit well
ChrisGood socks - pretty compressive and don’t bunch up in the shoe. As you’d expect from Castelli.