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Once the snow melts, it's 'game on' for trail running and all-day mountain scrambles. Be ready for warm-weather mountain assaults with the highly breathable Stoic Synth Trail No-Show Sock two-pack.

  • Lightweight nylon fabric with mesh panels allows ample breathability, moisture management, and quick-drying performance for long hikes and treks
  • Light cushioning on the sole aids your steps when running on rocky trails
  • Spandex provides the flex and arch-hugging structure to match your foot's natural shape and to prevent movement and blistering
  • No-show style provides just enough coverage for your running or hiking shoes so you don't overheat in the summer heat
  • Two-pack includes two pairs of socks
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good choice

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

I've used the Stoic snowboard/ski socks in the past and I liked them. So I thought I would get some trail socks. These are OK for around the house/town socks. But I'm not too stoked on them for hiking/active stuff. I find them feeling weird when I sweat. I may try the merino for outdoor lifestyle.

Love Stoic socks

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

These are my third purchase of Stoic socks and I love them. I wanted something low-cut for the summer and these fit the bill perfectly.

Wet or dry, they're comfortable. They last for ages and I get compliments on their colour scheme.

OK

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size
  • Size Bought: M/L

Decent socks, unless you're running or hiking long distances. The merino version is far less abrasive and retains elasticity far better than the synthetic version. I'd recommend the merino version, but not the synthetic.

The stitching for the Stoic emblem on the bottom of the sole is poorly placed. The socks tend to rotate inwards underneath, so that the emblem is under your first metatarsal head. This causes me blisters after running 5k to 10k.

Cool socks.

    I got these on sale and was totally worth it.. Plan on ordering more. They have cushioning in all the right places, while still being breathable. The only downside is they like to collect a bunch of floor junk (hair, leave pieces, ect.) would recommend though.

    Hold up better than the wool version

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

    I've got a couple pairs of these in both the synthetic fabric and in wool. These ones seem to hold up better over the long run than the wool sock since they don't start to shed or pill. These also don't slide around in your shoes nearly as much as the wool versions. For whatever reason they pick up and hold a TON of floor junk. Even after coming out of the wash they've got a bunch of hair and gunk that sticks to them. Not a huge issue for me but something to be aware of if you have a dog in your house

    Dry and fine

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

    Socks are great, keeps my feet comfy and really dry. Only drawback is that they are a little short and didn't cover my entire heel. If i didn't pull them up I would have gotten a blister.

    Good sock

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

    Good socks, but the merino ones lasted longer. My wife tends to wear her socks out very fast (or maybe I just wear mine out very slowly?), and she felt the merino wool ones were more durable. But the fit and feel of the synthetic keeps her feet the right temp.

    Good socks

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

    These, as opposed to the full wool counterpart, stayed true to size after washing. I went with the smaller size because I wear 8-9 shoes and have skinny feet. I wear them often with no complaints yet, and I love the cut. They don't hardly show above shoes, but the front part protects from rubbing.

    Perfect for Hiking

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: S/M

    These are super durable! I use them for hiking, or to keep my feet warm when I'm lounging around my casa. I'd recommend them for anybody looking for a low cut sock--no complaints

    I wear a size 6 in women's and the S/M fits great.

    Stocking Stuffers!

    • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit:True to size

    If you are looking for a small gift to fill those stockings get these socks! They are not only great for sweaty feet but cold feet as well. The merino wool wicks away moisture to keep feet dry but also provides warmth like no other! I got like 10 pairs (5 packs) for my boyfriend to replace his old cotton socks and he says that he will never go back! They are so awesome they have an Left and Right foot indicator on them! Not to mention that they also have cut outs for the ankle's so that the do not rub and cause blisters or sores. Seriously the best stocking stuffers I have ever bought. Kick ass price and quality! Great thing is they are not just for the males you can get them for the girlfriend too! The sizing chart is pretty on spot.

    Cozy and Warm

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

    These socks are a lot thicker than I expected but are super comfortable and have additional padding - I love wearing these when I'm on my feet all day.



    Great bang for your buck :)

    Cozy, great fit and feel.

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

    I'm a size 8.5-9 and the S/M fit like a glove. They don't slip or slide and I use them for running as well as hiking. I've even used them in a pair of boots, and they still stayed put. Sweet! Great product, great price.

    I'm an 11.5. I have a pair of L/XL merino...

    I'm an 11.5. I have a pair of L/XL merino trail no-shows and a pair of M/L synthetics. I'm not sure how they're supposed to fit though, on the L/XL the sock is comfy and covers the bottom nubs of my tibia and fibula at the ankle joint. The M/L socks are much more snug and do not cover that protrudence; are they supposed to? I rather like the merino but they werent available in my size on sale when I bought them. Should I return the M/L and wait for L/XL? There is no size range noted for L/XL on the Stoic sizing chart.

    How would these compare to Drymax Trail...

    How would these compare to Drymax Trail socks? I've been using the Drymax for a few weeks and love them... I am just looking for an easier on the wallet trail sock.