During his seventeen seasons with the Yankees, Lou Gehrig was as talented as he was reliable. Revered for his prowess as a hitter, he was an All-Star seven consecutive times, won a Triple Crown, and anchored six World Series champion teams. He also had a career batting average of .340 and snagged over 493 home runs and 1,995 RBIs. He played 2,130 consecutive games--a streak he chose to end after being diagnosed with ALS. When he announced his farewell from baseball, he described himself as the "luckiest man on the face of the earth." Needless to say, his strength and composure in the midst of his struggles have inspired countless people. Honor The Iron Horse with the L. Gehrig.
- Pique Knit
- Terry Loop In Forefoot, Heel, And Toe For Medium Cushion
- Arch Support
- Reinforced Heel & Toe
- Seamless Toe Closure
- Machine Wash in 40 °C / 104 °F.
- Avoid Bleaching or Ironing the socks.
- Socks will last longer if you keep them out of the dryer.