Twin City Performance Over-the-Knee Socks

TCK-OTK - Twin City Over The Knee Umpire Socks - Black

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These over-the-knee (thigh high) socks can be worn under umpire shin guards to prevent irritation from straps or for referees looking for more leg support.

These performance-grade socks feature moisture-wicking, compression zones, blister control and anti-microbial treatment.


  • 77% polypropylene, 17% nylon, 3% elastic and 3% lycra spandex
  • Made in the USA

Technology of Twin City socks

proDRI Technology Twin City products bearing the proDri logo are constructed with carefully selected pro-grade fabrics known for their hydrophobic, wicking (i.e. the ability to transport moisture away from the skin) and moisture management attributes. These products retain their insulating qualities, even when wet; and they act to help keep your feet dry. A dry foot retains warmth in the winter and coolness in the summer, and the absence of moisture next to the skin helps to minimize the risk of hot spots and blisters. On top of all this, Twin City's proDri fabrics have been put through rigorous abrasion testing at the Hosiery Technology Center in Hickory, North Carolina, so they’re durable and resilient. With proDri, you get a quick-drying sock that keeps sweaty feet comfortable and won’t fall apart.

Compression Technology Compression zones in the ankle and/or arch of a sock provide a higher level of support, thereby reducing foot fatigue and aiding circulation. These zones also help prevent slippage inside the shoe and insure a proper fit for the life of the sock.

Blister Control Technology - Hot spots and blisters can be debilitating, so these socks offer a healthy dose of preventative in and through unique yarns that naturally reduce friction and wick away moisture, high-splice designs that provide extra shielding in problem areas, and/or dependable liners that add a base layer of protection.

Anti Microbial Technology Twin City's Antimicrobial technology is best defined as built-in deodorant that effectively battles sock odor, even during periods of heavy perspiration. This is achieved this by way of high-grade yarns with embedded antimicrobial agents (not weak and short-lived wash-in treatments) that act to inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi, the typical culprits behind unpleasant odor. And, you can count on this protection for the life of the sock.


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Official Reviews


Jeffery M.

Edison, 0

January 5, 2020
If you have a large foot or big calves, this sock is not for you. Could not get the sock over my foot (sz. 13) Stretching the elastic did not help. Sent them back the same day. Very disappointed.

Jeff J.


June 11, 2019
While the material is nice, and worked well (tried it out thinking there was a smaller size, thought I'd give the pair to my son who has a larger foot). While I am a 9-9.5, the heal shouldn't start at my ankle on the back of my leg.

Duncan M.

Palm Bay, FL

February 3, 2019
Sock is made of a good material, but the top rolls down after running a bit and somewhat cuts into the leg. I think that partially defeats the purpose of wearing over the knee socks. It does help with the leg guard straps rubbing against the back of the knee but I think that an over the counter compression sleeve from Walgreens or CVS would do the same thing and wouldn't roll down like this sock does. At $20, this is an okay product and one that I would wear but probably would not reorder for next season.

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