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The RUN Midweight features a high-density padded interface with maximum cushioning. The padded heel and extra metatarsal support will ensure you’ll have the comfort you need for long distances and the most demanding of work outs.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 10.16 x 1.27 x 15.24 cm; 45.36 Grams
- Date First Available : 6 December 2012
- Manufacturer : Injinji
- ASIN : B00AK8DB12
- Item model number : 203230WHG
- Department : Mens
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I love this brand and have no issues with quality. My last 3 pairs have lasted almost a year with daily wear. They do need to hang dry to keep the elastic in good shape, if they go in the dryer the elastic will wear out quickly. They will shrink lengthwise if washed in hot water, so if the toes are a little long a hot wash will take care of that, otherwise make sure to wash warm. If they shrunk width wise I’d keep these.
These have a small amount of cushion, not a lot, just a little. It’s a good compromise between thin sports socks and a medium weight hiking sock. The weight is definitely my personal favorite since my shoes don’t feel too tight and there isn’t too much fabric between my toes but they also give a little cushion at the heel and bottom of the foot. I walk a lot and jog occasionally. I also like these for short (3-5mile) day hikes.
Injinji socks dry pretty fast. I appreciate this a lot since I only have a few pairs at a time and tend to wash them last minute. They also allow my feet to dry off faster when I walk through water, which I do too often. I have occasionally worn them 2 days in a row with no smell or icky feeling issues. They don’t dry hard and crusty like cotton socks do after going on a wet/dry hike either so I don’t worry too much about wearing them 2 days in a row if forget to wash them. I don’t have an issue with stinky feet so this may be part of it too, I really don’t know how well 2 day wear would work for someone who does. I’m actually very curious to know though.
I personally love toe socks and hate regular socks. I’ve been wearing toe socks for several years on a daily basis. I’ve been mostly wearing Injinji for the last year, with the occasional cheaper ones thrown in. I like these better by far because they keep their shape and last much longer than others, they also dry faster as mentioned above.
When I wear regular socks I tend to get blisters and ingrown toenails so I only wear them around the house without shoes. I also have an odd 4th toe with a flap (for lack of a better word) on bottom that goes under my middle toe. It’s pretty painful on long walks or hikes. It’s fine for 1/2 a mile or so, but any longer and it gets rubbed raw. Toe socks keep them lined up how their supposed to be.
If you know you like toe socks then these are definitely worth the extra cost. If you aren’t sure about toe socks then you may want to try a cheap pair for a few days to see if the price is worth it to you. They are expensive and not for everyone. I figure it’s cheaper for me to purchase 3 or 4 pairs a year than it is for me to replace the cheap ones every 3 month or so.
Overall good, just not happy about the 2 lengths and wide width (although the width was my fault). On the plus side returns are super easy.
blisters, now, 'tween my toes, fill me with running woes.
used body glide, vasoline, it seemed to do the trick.
but ultra running is my new race so these are my new pick.
went on a 26 mile training run, using these, had a good time-
worked out well, no blisters, yay! but 4 stars-hear my rhyme.
after a while it felt like someone was pulling these pretty tight.
cutting in between each toe-just didn't feel right.
will wear these for ultras and change here and there, when pain comes to abide.
but otherwise these fit great for feet that look as long as they are wide.
After doing several long runs in these socks I continued to love them. Recently I took them on a Spartan Beast that lasted over 7.5 hours. These socks were tremendous in the mountains with knee deep mud, waist deep water and over 17 miles. My feet were super comfortable and not a hint of a blister or foot pain. Can't wait to use them in Vermont on the ultra Beast, see they do in 30 + miles.