1. Professional player socks are generally made of Lycr […]
1. Professional player socks are generally made of Lycra cotton, the disadvantage is that the price is too high; generally speaking, towel bottom socks are the most cost-effective. There is no real cotton ball socks for ball socks. Generally, the cotton yarn content of ball socks is about 60% to 85%. Socks need a certain degree of elasticity.
In the weaving process, a certain amount of elastic fiber (usually spandex) must be added. For example, Lycra (in fact, a kind of spandex from DuPont) is the best material for skin, generally not the entire pair of socks are made of Lycra. Many socks indicate that they are limited to the socks.) The toe, heel, and crotch are often made of man-made fibers for reinforcement and elasticity, and the sum of the two is about 15-40%. So what we call pure cotton (cotton) socks means that the yarns other than elastic fibers and hanging threads are all cotton.
2. The thickness of the socks is not necessarily related to the blistering. Wearing two layers of socks will make it easier to slip and the feet are naturally more prone to blistering.
3. It is best not to use a washing machine to clean the socks, which will make the socks lose their elasticity and do not soak for more than 20 minutes.