Prevent odor, rash, and wick sweat!
As a field hockey player, you can probably relate to the feeling of SWEAT building underneath your shin pads. Often this not only causes awful smells but can also lead to bacteria growth, resulting in what is commonly known as shin guard rash! To prevent odors, rash, and ultimately wick away sweat, a barrier must be put in place to help avoid the skin's direct rubbing on the shin guard... Hocsocx to the rescue!
Thin, yet effective
Available in a full foot knee-high sock or a footless knee-high sock, Hocsocx provides field hockey players the opportunity to protect their shins from the very necessary large shin guard constantly worn during training and games. By providing a thin but durable liner, Hocsocx allows players to have this unnoticeable barrier, allowing them to focus on performance rather than being distracted by an itchy rash that is forming during play.
Versatile and comfortable in many ways!
When it comes to how to wear Hocsocx, it’s pretty simple! If you’re someone who prefers a full footed under sock, before putting your shin guards on, grab your favorite pair of Hocsocx and place them on first, lightly pulling the sock up just underneath your knee. Once your liner sock is on, you can then place your shin guards and outer sock on like normal! If you are an individual who prefers a footless sock, Hocsocx Leg Sleeves can be worn two different ways. The first method is just like the full footed sock, you pull the leg sleeve onto your leg and the sock sits right in place. However, if you’re someone who enjoys ankle coverage, pull the bottom of the leg sleeve below your ankle so it rests just underneath the arch of your foot. Both types of Hocsocx will not slide and will keep you feeling protected and comfortable all day!
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- Small' Shoe size: 13-4
- Medium' Shoe size: Women's 5-10 & Boy's 4-8
- Large' Shoe size: Women's 10-14 & Men's 8.5-13