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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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3 5

Feel good

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Like these socks but they do seem to accumulate little fuzzys all over them. They are also warm.

5 5

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.

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Large is sized for someone with a 12-14 foot, I'd say if they are comfortable you might as well use them. I don't think there is any specific part of the foot that these socks "should" cover or not. Good luck!

4 5

How can you go wrong?

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

For the price and fit, it's hard to go wrong with Stoic socks. A little hot in the dead heat but what sock isn't?

5 5

Nice.

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

Nice. Niiiiice. Runs through my mind each time a put on a pair of these. Comfortable for everything from lounging to trail running. Added bonus, you get TWO! YAY!

5 5

Awesome Sock!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

For the price you can not beat these socks! Cushion in all the right places & it breaths in all the others! If your debating on getting these socks, DO IT!

4 5

good value

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

like other stoic stuff i've tried, these socks are more affordable than others like them yet i notice no difference in feel or performance. i like 'em.

5 5

Great socks

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I love these socks. Super thin and light, not the crazy low cut of some of the no-show style socks, but I prefer it since they stay up above my running shoes just a bit without looking weird. I'm a 10.5/11 shoe and the M/L fits me perfectly. Can't quite comment on durability, but I generally don't expect light weight synthetic socks to last long. If you want durability Stoic has a merino version of this sock that I've had for a long time now and they are great.

5 5

Love Stoic!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My first stoic purchase and I fell in love with it. It fits great, keeps my feet warm and tells you what left and right so no worrying about putting them on the wrong feet.

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.

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I have used these as a trail sock for the past season & I liked them a lot! In my opinion I think they are comparable to the Drymax socks. Paired with my Scarpa trail shoes they are hard to beat. For the price I say go for it!

4 5

Well worth the money

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The socks are comfortable, fit pretty well, and are holding up as well if not better than any sock you would get for this price. I would agree with a few others that they aren't quite no show, which honestly doesn't bother me

4 5

Pretty nice socks

I wouldn't call them no show, but pretty close. Also, as others have mentioned, they run big. I wear a size 12 shoe and got the L/XL socks and they were a tiny bit big. They are now perfect after a couple washes. If I had to pick my ideal setup I would choose Merino over Synthetic. Although, at the steep and cheap price, they are a great deal that I would purchase again.

4 5

Nice thin and lightweight

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I'm comparing these against another pair of running socks by Fox River and I appreciate these much better. The Fox Rivers tend to stick to my feet when I really start sweating during my run. There's not much substance to these socks so don't expect a lot of cushion in them.
I'm a size 10.5 and the M/L fit me well.

3 5

Not bad, but go Merino

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought these after loving to death the merino version of the same Stoic no-show socks. Bottom line: go with the merino ones. These other ones don't fit as well (they're not as "no-show" as the merino), and although the material is adequate, I can already see the wear-and-tear on them after minimal usage (where the merino ones are much tougher). Not a bad product by any means, but spend the extra $$$ and go merino.

I'm a 12.5, what size should I get? The...

I'm a 12.5, what size should I get? The M/L or the L/XL?