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  • 5-toe design helps align toes properly to aid correct posture and balance
  • Injinji Sport 2.0 socks help prevent blisters and hot spots
  • CoolMax® fabric blend wicks moisture, dries quickly and breathes well, allowing you to enjoy the benefits of cool, dry feet
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Best Use Fitness
Fabric 75% CoolMax polyester/20% nylon/5% Lycra spandex
Sock Height Crew
Sock Cushioning Light Cushioning
Gender Unisex

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from No More Sweat, No More Blisters I initially bought a pair of No-Show socks to try out the concept and loved them. Since then I've bought the mini crew but my favorite is the regular crew for wearing with my hiking boots and work boots. Very comfortable and I no longer get blisters. My footwear has anti-microbial properties so my socks don't need to work hard at keeping odors at bay, but even when worn alone, my typically sweaty feet aren't sweaty and the soles of my feet and toes no longer smell. Mine have lasted more than two seasons of hard use, but I like to stock up and carry an extra pair in any bag I carry. Great value here at REI
Date published: 2014-02-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK I have purchased a number of Injinji socks. I am a type 2 diabetic and need to be very careful about blistering. I have found that these socks help with my problem, but if I am going for 6 or more miles I will still need to tape my little toes to save them from blisters. I have 3 complaints, 1) Even with a little wear the socks pick up and hold much more smel than any other sock I have used. 2) You need to keep your big toes well clipped before a hike or they will wear a hole in the top of the sock's toe. 3) Price. If you don't need extra toe care, any other sock liner will do just as fine if not better.
Date published: 2013-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Have 3 pairs Great socks. I had issues with toe rubbing and blisters after hiking about 8 miles. I started wearing these underneath the micro light darn tough socks for a perfect combination of protection, padding and wick away. Socks have stood up for several years through Whitney, Half Dome, High Sierras, Patagonia and Peru. Going to buy more for Mt Kilimanjaro.
Date published: 2013-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MY TOES WILL LOVE ME I found out about these socks with toes to late to save my feet before getting ready & than going to Isle Royal to hike & camp. I now own 3 pair. they keep a toe on each foot from seemingly going under another on long hikes & causing what seems to be corns & then blisters.Problem solved. Wishing for some made of merino wool now.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Hiking Socks I took 5 pairs of these on the Mt. Rainier National Park's Wonderland Trail in June of 2013 and they worked great. 50+ miles of train up on Mt. Si, WA in May. Over the course of 9 days and 103 miles of the Wonderland Trail in June, hiking 60 miles and snowshoeing 43 miles to complete it, these socks left me with zero hot spots or blisters. They stay put, are very snug, and don't fall down or become loose like most other socks. Used in combination with Merrell Proterra Mid Gore-tex hiking boots. Feet stayed warm, even in camp at night and dried out very quickly when they became wet from sweat or water. I would have given these socks 5 stars but they wore down in several spots where the friction was heaviest, however they did serve their purpose as I always intended them to only last through the completion of the Wonderland Trail and to replace them immediately after.
Date published: 2014-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blister free! I used to get frequent blisters with my SmartWool socks. Then I started pre-hike duct taping my problem toes and never had a problem. But I didn't want to make it a morning backpacking routine to have to tape my toes. Switched to these Injinji and no blisters so far. I've used them for somewhere around 200 miles. I am a true convert. Only downsides - it takes me a long time to put the socks on and as others have said...they STINK. They really hold in the smell. But when you backpack, everything starts to smell so it's not really a problem to me.
Date published: 2016-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from bunion sufferers.. this is your solution.. Ever since bunion surgery, I've worn nothing but injinji.. The bunion brace is too big for normal footwear.. These toe socks keep from crunching your toes together like "normal" socks.. However sadly, I've seen the company go from wool hiking socks to strictly tech fabric.. PLEASE bring back the wool hiking toe socks.. I like the tech no show socks for running/golf. but wool is what is needed on the trail.
Date published: 2015-09-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great concept, but too constricting I love Injinji! And own many pairs already. These socks, however, are too constricting at the top. Even though I have rather skinny ankles/calves, the elastic band on these feels uncomfortably tight, and leaves a mark after a few minutes of wear. I loved previous versions, which were very comfy.
Date published: 2014-02-15
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