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ATC

Multi­talent with comfort. ATC

The name says it all: The ATC sock will impress you with its versatility and remarkable comfort. No matter whether you wear them for everyday purposes, during easy hikes or on family outings – the combination of a cosy footbed, midfoot bandage and cush­ioning for your heel and tendons will provide the best-possible comfort in every situation.

Weight: 40 g/Pair (UK 8) • Show all technical data …

ATC

Technical data

Name

ATC

Article number

LS1910 0649

Upper material

Approx. 47%
Polyamide

Poly­amides are plastics that are synthesised and can be used to produce man-made fibres as a result. In addition to their toughness, poly­amides are known for their form stability, tear and abrasion resistance and waterproof qualities. Poly­amides are also elastic, very stretchy and high gloss.

Approx. 47%
Wool (merino)

Merino wool is the high-quality wool shorn from Merino sheep. Merion fibres are finer and thinner than those of typical sheep’s wool. They are pleasant to wear as a result. Air chambers form as a result of puckering in indi­vidual fibres. These chambers entrap the body’s warmth, producing an insu­lating and temperature-regu­lating effect.

Approx. 4%
Polypro­pylene

Polypro­pylene is a ther­mo­plastic material. The key qualities of polypro­pylene include very high breath­ability, stretch­ability and good moisture transport as well as a relatively high level of dynamic strength.

Approx. 2%
Elastane

Elastane is an espe­cially stretchy chemical fibre that is also highly elastic. It can be spun as filament yarn and made into textile products. Elastane is char­ac­terised in particular by its extreme stretchiness, tremendous breaking length, permanent shape retention and very low weight.

Weight

40 g/Pair (UK 8)