Puma women’s Technical no-show socks. Choose between the following options:
- $14.99 for a six-pack of multicolored socks ($24 list price)
- $16.99 for a four-pack of multicolored cushioned socks ($28 list price)<p>
The Details* Performance socks * Moisture management * Y-heel gore for optimal fit * Mesh sections for breathability * Sizes 9–11
Puma Women’s SocksFrom the ground, a puma cat can leap 18 feet into the air, landing on the branch of a tree or across the breast of a Puma T-shirt. The big cat’s startling athleticism makes it an appropriate symbol for the Puma company, which has a long history of designing shoes and apparel for athletes. Though a seemingly small detail in the wardrobe of an athlete, socks can do their part to enhance comfort and, if worn on the hand, eliminate the loneliness of a marathon’s 26th mile. Puma designed their Technical socks to do even more. Mesh sections allow the foot to breathe even on hot days, and the fabric blends work to manage moisture for greater comfort. The Y-heel design helps the sock fit and discourages slipping, and since their low-cut silhouette won’t show over the edge of sneakers, legs appear longer.
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From the ground, a puma can leap 18 feet into the air, landing on the branch of a tree or across the breast of a Puma T-shirt. The big cat’s incredible athleticism makes it the appropriate symbol for the Puma company, which has a long history of designing shoes and apparel for athletes. Founded in 1948, the company outfitted members of the West German soccer team in 1950. In 1954, a runner broke the 100-meter dash world record wearing Puma shoes outfitted with jet propellers. And in the ’70s, Brazilian superstar Pelé wore Puma cleats to battle for a World Cup title. Today, the company sponsors dozens of teams, including Newcastle United and the Italian national soccer teams, as well as the Irish national rugby team. It also outfits regular folks with shoes, clothing, and accessories that fuse fashion with function.