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Mavic Crossmax Socks - Men's
Sure, tall socks are a fad in the professional road peloton. But you're no Wiggins. Roll to the beat of your own drum with Mavic's Crossmax socks They feature enough coverage for ankle protection -- without funny tan lines. Knit from Meryl Skinlife with Silver ions, these socks not only hold...
Mavic Inferno Sock - Men's
Mavic Infinity Sock - Men's
Expect cool feet and a long wear life when you pedal in the carbon thread equipped Mavic Infinity Sock.
Mavic Low Cut Socks - Men's
The Mavic Low Cut Sock will keep your dogs comfortable and spinning fast on race day. Meryl Skinlife fabric is soft and wicks moisture to keep your feet dry and coolAn anti-slip heel helps to prevent lift when sprintingAntimicrobial properties help fight fowl odors
Mavic Pro Sock - Men's
Soft, antimicrobial, and breathable, the Mavic Pro Sock will make your dogs feel like podium-bound performers.
Mavic Race Socks - Men's
The Mavic Race Sock provides your hard-working pedal planks with the comfort they deserve.
Mavic Stratos Glove - Men's
Price: $54.95buy now
For its flagship all-mountain gloves, Mavic went with a less-is-more approach to design, choosing to give the Stratos gloves as little weight and bulk as possible. With nothing but a cool, open-mesh back, an unpadded Clarino palm, and a knuckle Scuff Guard, the Stratos is a study in simple,...
Mavic Thermo Sock - Men's
When the temperatures dip, your feet are the first parts of your body to feel it. Mavic Thermo Socks take some of the edge off the cold with moisture-wicking Thermocool synthetic fabric that keeps your feet warm and dry. The cushioned terry sole absorbs some of the dreaded road vibration, and the...
Mavic Winter Underhelmet Cap - Men's
Price: $39.95buy now
Ah, summer. Hot days, sunny skies, and the need for ventilated helmets. Great time to ride. But it's no longer summer. It's cold, in the low-40s. Those helmet vents no longer appeal and some ominous darkness on the horizon is threatening to drop an unwelcome payload on your weekend 60-miler....