The injinji Outdoor Crew Socks keep your toes blister-free and comfortable from trailhead to camp.
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Anyone know the weight of a pair in ounces...
Anyone know the weight of a pair in ounces or grams?
2oz/58g on my scale.
Best socks ever!
The following characteristics make Injinji the best running sock out there:
Proper Toe Alignment
Superior Moisture Management
Better Posture, Better Balance
Blister and Hotspot Prevention
Injinji Outdoor Crew Toe sock- NuWool
Although the injinji Outdoor Crew Toe Socks use a blend of wool and Lycra for stretch, softness, and durability, their real story is the independent toes that reduce the chance of blisters. A thin, seamless material between the toes lets them move freely without rubbing each other raw as they can do in regular socks. Plus, you can slip your feet right into your flip-flops when you hit camp in the injinji Outdoor Crew Socks.
Apologies for the pun.
These socks are amazing. I use the wool version for hiking and the synthetics for around town and athletic endeavors.
Like other reviewers, I have between-the-toe blister issues. These socks have solved all those problems. I can also wear them with my FiveFingers to keep the toes warm in cooler weather.
And, for once, a sockmaker has decided to break sizes in a place that puts me right in the middle of a size rather than on the border. It makes for socks that actually fit.
VERY VERSATILE SOCK!!
Warm on the feet in winter and cool in summer. Extremely versatile sock that also works really well if combined with the Vibram Five Finger shoe range.
They work, but not sure they're worth the extra effort.
I bought these socks because I frequently get blisters in between my toes when I go for hikes with extended down-hill sections (amplified when carrying weight). They did accomplish this job, but they are a real pain to get on and off. Additionally, I think my toe length isn't right for these as there was a lot of extra room at the top of my pinky toe. They also seem to be a little more sensitive to the washing machine (washed on delicate cycle and they came out with little balls of wool all over them)
Injinji Outdoor Crew Toe Sock
I wore these for the first time on a 46-mile road bike ride yesterday. Temperature was low-to-mid-40's, overcast, wind maybe five mph. I also had neoprene booties over my bike shoes. I don't have a problem with blisters, but I do get very cold toes, and my toes were cold in these socks too. Not achingly cold, but I have other socks that in these conditions would have been as good or better. They weren't sweaty wet when I took them off, which was good, and they were comfortable, never causing my shoes + booties to feel too tight, as thicker socks can. I'm curious as to how they'll do when hiking -- I have gotten blisters then, although not between my tootsies. I have a feeling they might be too thin for long day hikes, which is what I like to do. I'm used to wearing very thick socks then. I might try them for a summer hike, though, and carry a pair of thicker socks in my pack just in case.
Great even for everyday usage
I've been using injinji socks almost exclusively since 2 years ago and I will never go back to non-toe socks. The only situation were I do not recommend using these socks is if you are using a shoe with pointy shape (even the most slightly). They make a perfect match with Keen boots.
Anyone have any experience with these socks...
Anyone have any experience with these socks wading in knee deep water and sandals such as Keen.
I have used them with technical sandals and had it submerged for a couple of hours crossing some small rivers. They have not lost their stretch during this time and I would say they have performed well overall.
Hope this answers your question?
I've liked neoprene socks when hiking in the So Utah canyons where you wade in and out of water all day.
Anyone have any experience with these socks...
Anyone have any experience with these socks wading in knee deep water and sandals such as Keen.
Injinji Outdoor crew toe socks
They are great toe socks, fit well, comfortable, and are very good except for one really big thing the toes need to be reinforced on the tips, as just the slightest rough spot on your toenail and they wear through very quickly on a long hike, or walk.
Wore them with my five fingers shoes in a race. Temperature at race time was 10 degrees, wet, and slushy. Very warm!
The outdoor toe sock
These socks are great for preventing blisters and hotspots associated with long days on the trail. Despite taking a little time to get used to (your toes may feel like they are spread apart), I've found them to be the right sock when your feet are wet or when you can't change your socks every day...if you catch my drift.
On the down side, these socks are shorter than normal hiking socks and won't reach the top of XC or touring boots. They also shrink a bit after the first wash so I've been buying up one size. If you have a Morton's, hammer, or other unusually shaped toe, these socks will probably not be right for you.
these socks are fun to wear, keep 'em warm and dry!
These socks are cool
I was apprehensive at first, because I don't normally like things between my toes. But these socks are warm and comfy. They are the only socks that keep my feet warm during xc skiing. The only downside about them is the big-toe sleeve developed a hole after only a few months. I still wear them, though!
Do you blister easily? Then Buy Now!
For years I've been doing the moleskin, liquid skin, and stop to dry my feet out every 3-6 miles so I don't blister up on my backpacking trips. I'm an extreme sweater & an avid backpacker (I'm even sweating right now & it's the middle of winter and I'm in a 65 degree room!). Even with the right boots and high end socks I still will blister up if I don't get my feet dry every few hours. I've also got a really bad hammer toe that I've always had to tape up so it won't get really ugly quick, but these Injinji socks have literally changed all of that for me! I still like to dry my feet every few hours on the trail (but it's out of comfort now instead of necessity); I haven't gotten a blister (and the toe sock design helps cover up my hammer toe so I don't have to tape it anymore) since I've started wearing these and I've even started using them for hockey games because it feels like a naked foot in my skate (which a lot of players like) but I still get the added padding and sweat absorption of a sock so my skate lasts longer. I LOVE INJINJI, EVEN IF THE LADIES TEASE ME WHEN THEY SEE MY TOE SOCKS!
I wear Injinji toe socks when running, hiking and walking long distances/duration over any other sock. They offer blister freedom and better balance. The benefits and comfort far outweigh the annoyance of putting them on : )
Awesome socks, great for those long hikes, or that slog down the mountain. They don't bunch up in the toe of your boots either.
Toe pain remedy
My toes still got a few tiny blisters from rubbing together, but I doubt anything short of cutting them off my feet would stop the rubbing. I also like how they didn't bunch down my leg after a bit of activity.
a must have
very good socks.from walking around vegas in 100+ deg heat in sneakers all day, to hiking idahos selkirk mtns in heavy boots,feel great,fit like gloves,dont leave without them.