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Not only do the injinji Outdoor Socks keep your feet incredibly comfortable, they fit like gloves—literally.

The injinji Outdoor Quarter Crew Toe Socks' use individual toes to reduce friction and decrease the chances of blisters while their NuWool material regulates foot temperature in both warm and cold conditions. These unique socks work great for everything from a summer hike to a winter snowshoe trip thanks to this amazing material. These injinji socks provide insulation for your foot in cold weather, even if they get wet, and they help your feet stay cool during a hot weekend backpacking trip.

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5 5

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
• Tactile Feel

5 5

Great socks!!!!

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
• Tactile Feel

Injinji Outdoor Quarter Crew Toe Sock- NuWool

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The injinji Outdoor Quarter Crew Toe Socks' use individual toes to reduce friction and decrease the chances of blisters while their NuWool material regulates foot temperature in both warm and cold conditions. These unique socks work great for everything from a summer hike to a winter snowshoe trip thanks to this amazing material. These injinji socks provide insulation for your foot in cold weather, even if they get wet, and they help your feet stay cool during a hot weekend backpacking trip.

3 5

Something stinks?!

I guess I am spoiled... I have been wearing merino wool socks for years now and I never had any stinky feet problems. When I switched to these I have realized how bad my feet can stink! I would really love to have these as they are just 100% merino wool so they don't stink up as fast as they do! Other than that, great socks.

4 5

Perfect Fit

These socks just fit perfectly. There is no bunching at all. The individual toe socks keep your sweat from gathering between your toes. I really like these socks. The only thing I wish they would do is give the sock a bit more padding.

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Injinji does make a liner sock that you can wear under a traditional hiking sock so that way you still get the benefits of a toe sock but also get the cushion that you may need

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I agree they don't have much cushioning but it's worth it to me. I never get blisters when wearing Injinijs

5 5

16 Miles on the AT through MD

Just ran 16 Miles on the AT through Maryland yesterday. Temp was mainly in the low to mid 20s through the day with 2" of crusty snow on the ground. Montrail Mountain Masochist with these socks were a solid combo. Feet were toasty and healthy all day.

5 5

Injinji - perfect socks

I tried on my first pair at a local premier camping store in Florida. I didn't want to take them off my feet, and now my wife and I each have 5 pairs ranging from the performance micro (used as a liner when wearing hiking boots), to the Outdoor Quarter Crew, which is my personal favorite. We were these socks constantly when training outdoors or just around the house. I've recommended one of my favorite Utah outfitters to start carrying them, and I think we'll all soon find that Injinji toe socks will become common place.

Blister-free running

Blister-free running

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Running the Traprock 50K wearing my Injinji's

4 5

Great with Vibram Five Fingers

I wear these as a liner sock for hiking, and they have eliminated a long reoccurring blister betwixt the toes.

I also work out and run in them, usually wearing Vibram Five Fingers. I just found that I enjoy VFF's better with socks than without: less swamp foot, and no blisters.

While I also own the "performance" model of these socks, I found them to not be durable enough. This model, the "outdoor" is a bit more durable, provides slightly more padding, and, to me, seems to breathe a bit better. I suspect some might find this model to be too thick for use with VFFs (which are usually worn barefoot), but they work fine for my skinny toes.

Great product, I just wish they were a bit less expensive.

5 5

All season sock!

Keeps my feet warm/cool and dry. Like toe gloves :)

5 5

Wear these once and you'll never go back to standard socks.

I've worn Injinji cotton mini crews for a couple of years. Freeing the toes to work independantly not only is more comfortable but seems to add some balance and stability to my stride. These NuWool socks are on the thin side of medium density, not bulky stretch and breathe well. I now prefer them to their thinner cotton cousins and will wear them year-round. Note on sizing: Order AT LEAST one full size larger than you normally wear. They run small and will shrink after a few wash/dry cycles. Careful ordering from Backcountry as they charge shipping for returns.

5 5

Simply fantastic!

I've tried many a brand of merino wool socks, and the Injinji are hands down my favorite.

They're not the absolute lightest weight, but still fairly light (my size large nuwool outdoor quarter socks weight almost exactly 2oz / pair) while being extremely comfortable.

It may take a few wearings to get used to the idea of "toe socks" but after your first decent hike/trek in them, your feet will thank you, as they prevent rubbing of the toes, and as such really do delay the onset of blisters.

These are the only socks I'm brining on my John Muir Trail hike, and will likely be my go-to sock when I attempt the PCT as well.

cheers.

4 5

This little piggie...

Really likes these socks. They take some getting used to putting on and taking off otherwise great socks. Love'em.

5 5

Oh yes.

My tozies are happily warm and...seperated...but its just right. I can jump over buildings and out run cheetahs. Ok, not really, but the girls do like them. I got 4 pairs of black ones and I don't even know what "normal" socks are now. Fully converted and preparing for a pair of toe shoes now. I highly recommend trying these out. BETTER than your normal sock!

5 5

Say Goodbye To Blisters

figured I was destined to a life time of popping blisters until I discovered the Injinji Tetratsok. Unlike convention socks that cram your toes together causing friction and eventually blisters, Injinji toe socks separate your little piggies. Individual anatomical toe sleeves form a thin anti-blister membrane between toes to eliminate skin-against-skin friction. I have been wearing the Injinji's for 2 years now and haven't have a single blister even when doing runs of up to six hours, and with very wet feet.

They come is different styles from micro-mini to crew to match your individual preference. They are also made with various materials such as CoolMax, NuWool and NuBamboo, an Eco Series collection made primarily of natural, organic, and sustainable fibers. On the down side, the NuWool ones tend to wear out pretty fast.

If blisters have been a problem for you, you may want to take the Injinji toe socks out for a run. You've got nothing to lose but your blisters!

Please advise how far up the leg the...

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Please advise how far up the leg the following socks are from the bottom of the heel, in inches - mini,micro,1/4 and crew

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Injinji outdoor 1/4 crew socks: They go up to the thinnest part of the upper ankle, just over the nobbly part of the ankle bone. (At least, that's how they fit on me: female, shoe size 8, injinji size small). And I REALLY recommend the wool ones--I wear them all year, and the wool hold up better than the cotton.

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the micro barely comes out of the shoe, the mini is just over the ankle bone and the 1/4 crew is about 2 inches above the ankle bone.

4 5

Protect the toes

The Injini Toe Socks are a great sock for people who get blisters on the ends of their toes and between their toes. The socks are comfortable and they don't stretch or bunch during runs. The socks do not last an extremely long time.

Overall, I recommend these socks for people who have issues with blisters and toe rubbing.

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Adding some foot powder to toe area helps prevent blisters as well.

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Chad, the performace sock wear better than the wool one. Give them a try.

5 5

Definitely sold.

I can't believe I've been wearing mittens on my feet for the past 30 years. For people with hot feet like mine, these are awesome.

5 5

Injinji's Rock the Kazba!

These seriously are the best socks. I use them for everyday, trail running, climbing, hiking and mountaineering in warm weather. They're really amazing. Toe socks in general aren't the same. They've got this down to a science, even the direction of weave and thickness of material in between the toes is sorted on these socks. I kept getting blisters in between my toes from trail running so these made complete sense. Since I started wearing them I haven't has a single blister. They maintain shape, wick well and last way longer than my other $15 socks. Great product!!!

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I second that. If only if they were a little less money I'd wear only these things.

5 5

Total Satisfaction

My daughter loves these socks for running and my son in law wears them everyday. I was very pleased with the price, quick order turn around and shipping.

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