Rocky Mountain Full Length Motocross Knee Brace Socks
The Rocky Mountain Full Length Knee Brace Socks are a complete moto sock and a knee brace sleeve made into one. The lower sock has form fitting stretch panels that increase comfort and hold the sock tight to your foot. While the upper knee brace portion has a vent going all the way up the back of the leg for increased venting. The top elastic cuff has a silicone strip holding the socks up so they won’t slide down your leg.
Full length knee brace sock.
Form fitting stretch panels for comfort.
Mesh vent up the back of the leg.
Silicone strip prevents the sock from falling down.
These socks have the perfect balance of thing, flexible material under the kneebrace straps and comfortable padding under the feet. The silicone gripping strips have lasted many use and wash cycles and the elastic is still going strong after much abuse.
These eliminted chaffing and pinching. Worked very well. On the first ride they did cause some discomfort around the ankles. The elstic was a bit tight and after 5 hours of riding they imprinted on my skin very strong witch casued some short term pain. Socks fit very well in all other areas.
Fit and Quality of the sock is good. I like the long socks for the knee guards I have, my only issue with these is that after a long day of riding (6hrs+) the rubber/gum used on the interior top to hold sock up chaffed a scar on my leg. It works too good. Just something to consider
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.
Perfect for the typical weekend rider. Not needed for racing. Cuts the 'Name' brands by 30% and just a good. Unless your a name dropper, get cha a pair. Like, who really sees them when yourre riding. Unless you bust a leg. Lets hope not. Roost on!!!
I wear EVS Web Pro Knee Braces. This full sock fits great, doesn't migrate and keeps the brace comfortably in place. It breathes good, seems to wick sweat and doesn't get smelly. A great product and it's price is hard to resist.
I used these socks for a few months and finally went back to my old full length leggings. I found the socks to be REALLY hot in the summer...I mean really hot. Also, I had to fold the tops of the leggings over because they were just way too tight on my thighs. To the point of pain when I tried to walk around. I realize these won't fit every body type, and I do have bigger legs...but I have a regular build type overall and these just didn't work for me at all.
I ordered the correct size for my shoe 10-13 I wear 11.5 boots. Im 5' 11" average build but these were very tight around my thighs. Foot fitment was spot on. also when I pulled them off after just tying them on. They held the stretch even though I didn't rip them in any way. I have a old set of EVS socks just like these. Since i have had good luck with TUSK and other RM products I thought it would be a great deal to save a few buck on these socks over EVS. But in the end i will still need to buy the EVS socks.
I don't wear knee braces but do wear oversized knee/shin guards. My guard have a Velcro closer on the back side and kept rubbing a blister on the inside of my knee. I got these to help prevent that from happening. They work as designed, but as expected make it hotter and do not allow your pants to breath. I ride in Florida and in the summer the heat is brutal. I'm sure in the fall/winter I will appreciate them much more, but for now may just deal with the blisters.
Good price but quality is so so. Size is a bit strange.
The elastic at the top the the sox is very tight. I am 5.1 and 90 pounds and the sox is still a bit tight. The elastic does not stretch that much so that's not that great. The size says 6-9 but its huge compare to a size 6 if you ask me. Anyway... for the price I guess its not to bad. I usually buy the EVS ones and I like them better. The fabric is softer as well.
These socks are super soft down at the foot so comfort is really good. They are stretchy enough in the thigh area so they are not too tight. And they have elastic at the top so they grip on to you undergarments and don't slid down. They have all the same "features" as the other but for some reason me and all my riding buddies choose these...
They fit nice. They protect the knee brace chafing areas well. The downside is that they smell bad after a day of riding. My old fly socks have never smelled bad no matter how bad the sweat is. These smell after an hour worth of riding.
I was quite surprised and very impressed with these socks. I have only worn them once (7 hour ride) and they were amazing. Better then my other fox socks at a fraction of the price. I highly recommend and will be purchasing more in the future. Also note wickens sweat alot better then the fox...
Why waste your money on a more expensive pair of name brand socks, your just paying for the name and no one can see them. At $19.99 theses socks are a steal of a deal. Probably going to order a second pair with my next order.
Overall these are pretty decent riding socks, especially if you wear knee pads/braces. The only issue is the top part of the sock is really tight, which is great if you have smaller thighs but if you have decent leg muscle, these are going to be snug.