Custom Baseball Socks are a great way to show off your team spirit and boost performance. They can be printed with logos, team numbers, or branding and come in a variety of lengths and styles.
The best socks for baseball are made from moisture-wicking materials that disperse sweat. These help prevent blisters and keep feet dry.
Rawlings Over-the-Calf Socks
Over-the-calf socks are an excellent choice for men who want a bit more coverage than a standard crew sock. These breathable socks offer a lot of leg and are available in many colors.
The socks themselves feature a high-quality nylon construction that ensures they hold up through game after game and practice, while a mesh venting keeps your feet cool when the temperature is on the rise. The sock also features a cushioned foot bed, ankle guard, and deep heel cup for added comfort.
Over-the-calf socks can be a good option for guys with diabetes or other medical conditions that require extra circulation. These types of socks are shaped to fit the calf better than other dress socks, which helps reduce irritation and discomfort while improving your day to day mobility.
Socks Rock Stirrup Socks
Baseball stirrups are a unique piece of sportswear that has evolved as a colorful and creative way to express team pride. They’re available in a range of colors and designs, so you can find the perfect pair to suit your needs.
They’re made from a comfortable, breathable material that wicks away moisture to keep your feet dry and cool while you play. They’re also designed to provide a supportive fit and protect your feet against impact and injury.
You can even add your team logo to a pair of custom socks for a truly unique look. You can upload your logo in any design and color you want to make sure that your team’s identity is always visible to spectators.
Traditionally, stirrup socks are worn over full-length white socks. Today, you can create a custom look by choosing a thinner white sock to decrease the overall bulk and increase comfort.
Socks Rock Multi-Sport Socks
If you’re looking for an athletic sock that can be worn during training or competition across various sports, Socks Rock offers cross sport socks in ankle, quarter, crew and knee-high designs. These styles combine colorful designs with moisture and odor control properties for active wear, and are ideal for sports that include long distances and require frequent washing.
During testing, Buck Yedor, our lead tester and professional rock climber, rotated these socks through a full day of running and hiking (including a four-mile hike up the town’s namesake mountain) to determine their durability, fit, and breathability. He’s been a gear tester for years and has run more than 9,000 miles, so he’s well aware of what it takes to make a quality sock perform.
While Smartwool’s Run Zero Cushion Ankle Socks below are the merino-heavy pick for lightweight summer outings, REI Co-op’s Coolmax EcoMade Lightweight Hiking Quarter has a nice mix of synthetic and merino for a comfortable and breathable next-to-skin experience without the usual environmental burden of polyester (REI is strong on sustainability these days). Both socks offer an effective combination of comfort, odor prevention, and moisture wicking, but if you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, the REI Co-op might be your best bet.
Socks Rock Performance Socks
Custom baseball socks are a great way for teams and organizations to show off their team’s identity. These socks are practical and stylish accessories that can increase brand awareness and fan loyalty.
The performance-ready fit of these socks helps them stay in place, wick moisture and resist odor. The nylon, Lycra spandex and CoolMax polyester keep them lightweight but comfortable.
Durability: Nylon and treated polyesters hold up better than softer natural fibers, so these sock materials should outlast them if you follow the care instructions from the manufacturer. Wool, on the other hand, wears out faster than nylon, but a mixed-fiber blend can extend the life of your socks.
Style: This isn’t as much of a metric as it is a matter of personal taste, but it does go a long way to making a sock a desirable piece of gear. The Stance Icons and Dickies Dri-Tech both scored very high on this metric, and the Arvin Goods were a no-show that disappears beneath the ankle bone when worn with low-cut sneakers or slip-ons.