No set of dirt bike gear is complete without proper riding socks. The rights socks can help you stay more comfortable while riding, allowing you to get the most out of every trip you take with your bike.
The primary purpose of a sock is to wick away moisture. Off-road riding is a strenuous activity, and feet produce a lot of sweat – more than most other parts of the body, actually. Dirt bike socks are designed for the sport; they’re typically tall and can effectively wick away a large amount of moisture.
On cold days, good socks can also keep you warm. Part of this has to do with wicking away the sweat. But part of it also has to do with the composition of the sock – the material and the thickness. You can take a moment to read the product descriptions to find out what a particular sock is made out of. And if you already know whether you specifically want something that is thick or thin, we have a filter on this page (left sidebar) that makes it easy to narrow the selection.
Good dirt bike socks also help you avoid blisters. If your foot doesn’t fit snugly in your boots, that extra movement will cause blisters. Socks help reduce that movement. In this way, good socks don’t only keep you comfortable while you ride; they also make sure you’re comfortable afterwards as well.
If you’re ready for new socks, check out our selection. We carry a variety with different styles and at varying price points. Pick up a new pair today!
Joshua in FL
These socks seem very nice, with seemingly good materials and construction, and at a good price. I am happy, but the sizing seems LARGE to me. The 2 choices as far as size are 6-9 and 10-13. I'm pretty much 10.5 to 11 so I went with the 10-13. The minute I took them out of the packaging, I realized how big they were, from the length to the foot size. I've got to leave the foot kind loose. If I snugged it up by pulling the way I should, the heel would be at my achilles. The top of the socks comes up just shy of my groin. I would say these are like 12 to 15. After seeing that, the smaller size seems like it would have been more appropriate. If you factor that into your decision, you should be fine. I still rate them a 5.Read All Reviews