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12/26/13 10:23 P

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Ah, that's kinda what I thought. Thanks so much for the information.

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12/26/13 8:15 P

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my cycling socks are all pretty thin and are up above the ankle, where as my running sock are soft and an have some nice cushion.
i have use my running socks to ride because i have loose fit clip riding shoes so i like the extra cushion on my long rides. i have also use my thin cycle socks to run when i double up workouts like ride then go out for a run.

no matter what you can use either however you want just wear what is most comfortable for whatever your doing

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12/24/13 11:26 P

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Hi All,

Can you tell me the difference between cycling and running socks? thanks.

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