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Eastbay EVAPOR Performance OTC Socks

Let nothing stop you from being the best in the Eastbay Performance Game Over The Calf Sock With EVAPOR™. These socks use Eastbay's EVAPOR™ construction to wick unwanted moisture away from the skin to the surface where it can be easily evaporated, leaving you cool, dry, comfortable and ready for action. The reinforced shape and arch work with the cushioned sole to provide extra leg support, increasing circulation and performance. 68% polyester/11% elastic/8% stacool/8% nylon/5% endurall. Made in the USA.
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How long?

Can you tell me how long the over the calf socks are in a medium are?
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The Eastbay EVAPOR Performance OTC Sock (size medium), has a length of 23" from top of sock to end of toe.
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How large can your calf be to fit in these socks?

I have really large calves and most socks that I need for football do not come up over my calves. Can you please let me know how far they stretch?
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If it is of any help, I have 15.0" calves and the medium socks fit fine.
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Unfortunately, there is no way to really indicate how far the 'stretch' is on the Eastbay Performance Over-The-Calf Sock w/EVAPOR. This design is intended to go over the calves tho, and if you reference the size chart provided online and get the recommended size, then you shouldn't have issues with the sock going over your calf.
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