SpeedGrip Performance Socks

Oct 25, 2017

Category: Gear

Anyone who has spent time at the gym, on a court, or in a game knows how important something like having solid footing can be. One misstep or slip is all it takes for someone to gain a competitive edge. SpeedGrip Performance Socks are engineered to make sure you’re always on the winning end of that equation.

An extension of the Brooklyn-based athletic wear brand’s SpeedGrip Insoles, these socks are engineered to provide athletes with an even better connection to their shoes. SpeedGrip Performance Socks accomplish this by using a special heat-bonding process that fuses a series of laser-cut grips onto the outside and inside of the socks. These strategically placed grippy sections optimize the amount of traction you can get out of your shoe – making it easier to cut, sprint, and run faster than your opponents. To top it off, these high stretch, lightweight and anti-microbial socks are engineered to work in concert with the already existing SpeedGrip Insoles – making it that much easier to get the edge you need.

Kickstarter: $29+

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