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NLZWear cycling/running socks - 10 pairs for $35USD

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NLZWear cycling/running socks - 10 pairs for $35USD

NLZwear is a manufacturer of cycling/running socks. I have ordered from them before and the socks are good quality, though they may not have the most stylish designs. They currently have a special where you can get 10 pairs for $20USD, with $15 shipping to Canada. You don't get to pick the designs, but if you're the kind of person who doesn't care too much about what your cycling/running socks look like, it's a great deal. Cycling socks are usually well over $5 a pair.

If you have an Amerifriend, I suppose this would be even cheaper due to lower shipping costs.

Link: http://shop.nlzwear.com/product.sc?prod ... tegoryId=1

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EDIT: Looks like the "twitdeal" coupon code is no longer valid, but the socks are still a deal without the extra 20% off.
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I just bought in for $32.17

Solid deal if you don't mind the colors!

Killer reviews too, I'm impressed.. As a friend has Nike dry-fit socks and they're alright... These look to outperform those! Can't wait to try them out!
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Jul 11, 2010
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thanks OP

ordered 10pairs for $31 USD

personally i don't care what they look like as long as they perform. and reviews seem good
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Are they thick?
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Thundercloud wrote: Are they thick?

I'm at work and I'm not weraing them right now, but they are slightly thicker than my DeFeet socks. They have held up well though and they are comfortable (I have had a few pairs for a couple of years).
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Id so order this if I could pick a size... One Size usually doesnt fit all.
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Oh RFD!!! You've Broken my wallet.... :(
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Sounded tempting, till I looked at the designs.
Fugly socks... not for me.
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How do these socks compare to the hanes ones you get at zellers or walmart? Right now it feels comfortable, what more can I expect with these socks?
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Triad wrote: How do these socks compare to the hanes ones you get at zellers or walmart? Right now it feels comfortable, what more can I expect with these socks?

They are nothing like Hanes cotton socks. These are technical socks made with a dri-fit like polyester/spandex blend that excels at wicking sweat during exercise so your feet don't get clammy. They are also much thinner than cotton socks, so they breathe well and stay much drier than a cotton sock would during exercise.

For those asking about size, I am a size 10 and they fit fine. These types of socks are pretty stretchy anyway, so one size definitely fits most.
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rhainman wrote: They're one size fits all.
Heh, actually says 'one size fits most' on order form ;) , but thanks, since I'm close to your size (9) sounds worth it, ordered!

Whoops, see you mentioned the 'most' in last post, my bad
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Can anyone compare these to a quality merino wool sock?
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Coolers wrote: Can anyone compare these to a quality merino wool sock?
I can't, as I've never worn a merino sock, but maybe others can. This would be comparable to any other cycling/running sock made of similar materials (polyester/spandex blend). I suppose merino would be nice, but it would also cost far more than $3/pair!
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Thanks. Just ordered 20. Still $15 shipping for 20!

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