Gaiam's Yoga Socks offer slip-resistant performance specially created for practicing yoga and Pilates. Get the toe-wiggling freedom of being barefoot and the slip-free security of your yoga mat. These remarkably comfortable socks also reduce your exposure to foot fungus. Dot pattern on the sole may vary. Available in 3 colors and two sizes.
81% cotton, 11% nylon, 5% polyester, 2% rubber, 1% spandex (exclusive of decoration). S/M (fits women’s shoe sizes 5-10; men’s shoe sizes 4-9), M/L (fits women’s shoe sizes 10-11; men’s shoe sizes 10-12). Machine wash; air dry.
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