Performing since 1999, Injinji is a sock company dedicated to the health and performance of feet. We believe Injinji socks can truly benefit people in every athletic pursuit and make the journey of life a bit more comfortable for everyone. For us, starting from the ground up just makes sense since our feet play such a vital role in almost everything we do. For over ten years, Injinji has evolved from a startup sock company to a community of athletes from all sports and skill levels who believe in taking action and pushing personal physical boundaries. We run, train, compete, and live in a variety of footwear. This passion and feeling of community emanates in everything we do. We truly believe our customers continue to be involved with our brand through these collective experiences and our ability to produce the best quality performance toe socks to the market. Additionally, our mission is the continued pursuit of personal growth and betterment. We strive to be better as a company, improving how we conduct business, treat others, and give back to our communities.
Injinji 2.0 Outdoor Midweight Mini Crew Nuwwol Socks Charcoal/Black Medium
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- Allows for better sweat wicking
- No skin on skin friction to prevent blistering
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Love! Long term customer. Comfortable, perfect fit, great wicking, no stink, temperature regulating, wash & dry well.6 December 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Love these! I've worn several styles from Injinji, and really liked them all. I find their wool is good in all weather: hot, cold, or wet. All the Injinji wool socks wick sweat off my feet and don't stink. (I don't use fabric softener or other laundry additives which are known to impair this benefit of wool.) These socks fit smoothly without bunching or biting, and the fabric doesn't scratch. I put them in the drier (not hottest setting) and they don't shrink. The "midweight" fabric of this sock is noticeably thicker than the fabric they label as "lightweight", especially on the bottom of the foot. Note that this is not a fluffy sock, nor is it "thick" compared to non-toe socks that call themselves "thick". That said, with any toe sock you need a little more toe room in your shoe/boot because they increase toe spread. These fit inside my Dansko clogs, hiking boots, rainboots, hiking shoes, walking shoes, etc. These might be a little thick to wear inside Five Fingers shoes; it will depend on how snug you like the toes, and how closely the rest of the shoe already fits your foot. During very cold weather, in wide shoes I can wear these inside another wool sock for a little more insulation.
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Works great with Altra shoes5 February 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
I run in Altra shoes which have a wide toe box. The toe box is great, but most socks are compression to some extent and pull your toes together, kind of defeating the purpose of the toe box. With these socks, your toes can spread out and allow the shoes to work like they are supposed to. They do a great job of shedding water when your feet get wet, and feel great even at marathon distances.
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Buy it for life, at least in my experience.28 November 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
I run around 5-6 miles a day. It's wears heavily on my feet, and completely demolishes my socks over time. I switched to these mostly to avoid the feet problem, but it looks like they've also fixed the sock problem along with it. That is, this is about the only pair of socks I've owned that I can put dozens of miles into and wash after only one use. Not a single one was worn through, even after years of this kind of abuse. They *are* expensive as heck, but the longer I own them the more they seem worth it.
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Breathable enough for a wet, humid day's slog through the green, warm enough for an air-conditioned bedroom.31 May 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
I have only recently been turned on the toesocks for walking and trail use/hiking. I have become a firm believer in their wonderful ability to keep my feet feeling better, longer, than any other type of sock or shoe I've tried. This particular sock is a bit snug around the big toes of my feet (I'm a size 13, so at the upper end of Large), but I'm sure the stitching will stretch over time and use - it is only noticeable when I am at rest. Other than that minor flaw, I have only praise for the construction and quality of material used in these socks. I've never met a sock I couldn't hand-wash, and would never machine-wash a wool blend, so I don't anticipate damage in the foreseeable future. If I were running daily, it's possible, but for my use, they're perfect, and I highly recommend them. The wool gives the sock an airy feel that doesn't become spongy when wet (unless you're immersed in water), and provides great temperature regulation, against heat and cold.
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These socks are incredibly comfortable and they wick any moisture away rather efficiently25 June 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
These socks are incredibly comfortable and they wick any moisture away rather efficiently. They are also fantastic for preventing blisters on your toes. The reason for my three star rating however, is I find they lack durability. I took them out on a simple overnight solo backpacking trek totaling 18 miles. When I got to camp and took off my hiking shoes much to my dismay there was a hole on the big toe. Now I cut my toenails so it's not a matter of proper grooming. Since then I've sown the hole back up and hit it with a little super glue to reinforce the area. I can say that since then I have not had any similar incidents however If I pay $20 for one pair of socks I expect them to last longer than one days hike.
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