Leave the cotton in the sock drawer, and hit the trails with the injinji Performance Mini-Crew Sock.
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
These toe sock are sick, I use them primarily for hiking or biking, but also wear them around town casually with nikes. They definitely take longer to put on then regular socks since there are the individual toes, but once they are on and your going you can definitely tell a difference, your toes dont touch so they dont get as clammy when the heat is on. Highly recommended as a casual piece or as an athletic sock, get ninja feet!
a must have when wearing toe shoes
These socks are well built and comfortable material.
Best socks ever!!
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have problem feet and often get corns between my toes because of bunions, but these socks have helped eliminate that problem. Super comfy!! I wear them all of the time! I haven't worn out a pair yet....been wearing them for 3 to 4 years.
Glad I did my research and took a chance on what seemed unbelievable - that a toed-sock could feel comfortable and cool. So far I've worn numerous times in sneakers and dressy casual shoes and wish I'd bought more. Have a very narrow foot so when I get on the trail will use for liners under the usual made-to-fit sport socks. Love these socks and enjoy giving "sneak peeks" to friends!
Good fit, good material, good color, love them. I ordered a few more later. Btw, backcountry delivered promptly, as always.
You Have Toes, Use Them!
I just bought my second pair of these socks. I wanted to get some Vibram Five Finger Shoes so I've been wearing these socks to help get my toes used to being away from each other. You generally don't where socks with the Vibram shoes but you can if you get a little bit bigger shoes. There are no seams so there is nothing to irritate your toes. They do take some getting used to if your not used to having something between your toes, but they are definitely worth getting! I'm planning on getting a few more pairs soon!
I simply cannot fault these socks! Some ultra runners suggested I try them for Ironman Cozumel last year and despite soaking feet I came out with zero blisters and all of my toenails in place. Since then I've been clocking up up the k's for century runs and they just keep on trucking! In a nutshell, buy them. You will not be disappointed!
Injinji socks are the best running socks I have ever owned. I suffer from blisters on my toes no longer! Along with superior toe alignment and posturing, I feel like Cabello Blanco on the Colorado Trails.
Benefits of Wearing Injinji Toesocks!
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Blisters no more! These are great & they've held up really well.
heaven on my feet
These socks are awesome! I have some sweaty feet and these manage the problem quite well. Normally within 30 minutes of starting a hike my feet start to get damp and uncomfortable. These socks kept my feet comfortable all day! The only down side is that they do seem to attract the sock stealing goblin pretty bad.
I was worried about being bothered by the material between my toes. The first two times I wore the socks around town I could feel it, but it never bothered me much. After wearing them a few times it's definitely no big deal. It says on the package to be patient with your first wear - so this must be the story for most people.
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.
does this sock come with just one pair?
does this sock come with just one pair?
Injinji socks come one pair to a pack. You get a sock for each foot.
Can I just say that these socks are KILLER! Extremely comfortable with a side of awesomeness. I wear these with my Merrell Barefoot shoes and the combination makes for good hiking, fishing, hunting, working, and surfing...well, maybe not surfing, but you get the idea. Wish I had a dresser full of this socks. You better believe I'll be buying more stuff by Injinji.
YES they work for the Vibram FiveFingers
For all those wondering if they work with the Vibram FiveFingers - YES.
Vibram suggests them right on their website:
A glove on your foot! Awesome!
By far they have been the best socks I have ever had. All my socks would be Injinji if they were cheaper! That being said they are light and supportive, more for casual wear or light intensity workouts. They are not compression socks nor do they have lots of padding. They fit real well and they barely cover your ankle.
Great with vibram five fingers
I purchased these to use with my vibram five fingers. They do a great job preventing blisters on longer treks. I started using them less and less with the five fingers because my feet adapted to vibrams and blistered less. But now the injinjis are becoming useful again with one of my pairs of vibrams... I have machine washed a pair so many times that the inside bottom of them is becoming wrinkly and uncomfortable without socks. But when I wear the injijis, it makes them feel comfortable again.
Good with Vibram Five Fingers
These socks are great with Five Fingers in colder weather. But, they do cause a pretty tight fit in the shoe, since Five Fingers are meant to fit like a glove without socks. Make sure you try the Injinji sock on with your Five Fingers before purchasing them.
Great Sock for Toe Shoes
After purchasing a pair of Vibram Five Finger shoes I really felt like I needed sock for those colder temps. The Injinji toe sock are a great feel and dont make my feet over heat.
The one draw back is the size of the toe slots, the first three toes fit great but my last two toes have a lot of extra material which leads to bunching and rubbing. This leads to the socks casusing some discomfort if they are not put on correctly the first time around.