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The Darn Tough Coolmax No-Show Cushion Running Sock helps you weather the upcoming miles in comfort thanks to moisture-wicking Coolmax polyester. This low-profile design works actively to keep you dry and blister free while you crank out a training run or sight the finish line on race day.

  • Blend of Coolmax polyester, nylon, and Lycra spandex dries quickly and delivers a smooth fit
  • Elastic support around arch gives you comfortable support
  • High-density cushioning on foot bottom adds comfort on long runs
  • Reinforced toe and heel add longevity

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4 5

Darn Tough...nuff said

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

These socks really do live up to their name. The cushion on the bottom gives the support I need without suffocating my feet and bringing on that subsequent pool of sweat. I would recommend these socks for running and biking.

4 5

Great sock, runs big.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

Let me begin by addressing the functionality of this sock. This sock does everything you'd hope for. It's comfortable, keeps your feet dry ,and an added bonus is it looks good. Consisting of Coolmax polyester, lycra, etc the sock breathes like a fish underwater. Long gone are the days of your feet swimming in a cesspool of your own sweat, which is nice. In addition to this, it provides more cushion under your feet which is useful especially if you are on your feet all day. It's not much but the difference is noticeable. Lastly, the sizing chart indicates that a size 10 (men) would fit in the L. However, upon sliding the sock onto my foot it dawned on me, primarily because of the excess sock everywhere, that the L would be too large.