FMF – KC 66 Socks (Kurt Caselli)
FMF – KC 66 Socks are Kurt Caselli Memorial socks in honor of a true American Legend. A portion of the proceeds from the sales of all Kurt Caselli items go directly to The Kurt Caselli Foundation to help fund their continued mission of Protecting and Supporting the Lives of Off-Road Riders. RIP Kurt. Long Live Your Legacy. FMF – KC 66 Socks have racing stripes on the top of the socks with big a “6” on the back of the sock to represent the sixes when you have both socks on. FMF – KC 66 Socks are made of 90% cotton, 7% polyester, and 3% elastane, with jacquarded branding heel and toe contrast padding for comfort. We highly recommend these socks with any FMF Kurt Caselli products like, the FMF – Ride Like Caselli Tee (sold separately) or the FMF – Caselli Forever Hat (sold separately).
FMF with its roots dating back to a garage in Hawthorne, CA, former pro class racer Don Emler’s Flying Machine Factory is steeped in a rich history and heritage that lends it an authenticity and credibility not often found in motorsports. Combining his early childhood passion for tinkering with his love of racing and his natural ability for making things faster, Don transformed a local custom modification hobby into what is now known as FMF the premiere manufacturer of 100% American made exhaust pipes for motorcycles. Widely acknowledged as one of the early pioneers, Don was catapulted to mainstream success, but never lost sight of where he came from or his love of the sport. Since 1973, FMF has been actively involved in the racing community and committed to providing access across all levels of the sport while continuing the maintain the level of innovation necessary to keep them at the forefront of the field. It is the unique history that not only gives the brand a timeless nature but also the contemporary relevance necessary to appeal to spectators, enthusiasts and professionals alike.
- Crew Sock 1 Pack
- Jacquarded Branding FMF logo Heel
- Toe Contrast Padding
- 90% Cotton/ 7% Polyester/ 3% Elastane