|material_composition||58% nylon, 39% Coolmax (polyester), 3% Lycra (spandex)|
|Material Type||39% COOLMAX, 58% Nylon 3% Lycra|
|Number of Items||1|
|Outer Material||Coolmax (polyester)|
|Item model number||213170|
|Product Dimensions||22.86 x 12.7 x 5.08 cm; 90.72 Grams|
Injinji Trail Midweight Crew Xtralife Socks
- Injinji's five-toe patented designed specifically for runners and hikers
- Prevents blisters & hotspots while running
- Ideal use for running, walking and athletic activities
- Superior mositure management during runs of all lengths
- Natural Toe Splay
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The Trail series is engineered for the uneven and unpredictable terrain of the trail to offer the best fit, feel and protection in any shoe. Trail socks are built to handle the impact of dirt paths and rocky trails with a protective cushion and midweight design. The crew length rests at mid-calf.
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As indicated before, these toe socks prevented nearly all the hotspots which were always an issue before. This would require that I address the problem immediately, oftentimes having to slow down or stop to adjust shoe laces. I also found that cushioning was much better and therefore felt less strain and pain on my knees and ankles than I normally would. Though I walked in very hot weather, I found the socks felt normal with no excessive heat as I would with my other socks.
So why 4 stars? Well, I bought these to train for hiking the El Camino in Spain and as you may guess, those are daily treks of 15 or so miles for 36 or so consecutive days. Oftentimes there are no clothes dryers requiring that clothing be washed by hand and air dried. With that in mind, I found that these socks were very slow to dry. After washing in cold water and light detergent and a good rinse afterwards, I put them and my Huk shirt in the dryer for 20 minutes at very low temperature. When the cycle was done, I took both items out of the dryer and both were still damp. I draped the shirt over the dryer and the socks over the mop sink overnight. In the morning, the shirt was totally dry, but the socks were still damp. They would be wearable in a pinch, but I don't think it's a good idea to put on damp socks. Also important is the fact that even though I washed the socks by hand in cold water, they bled considerably. So if you intend your first wash in a washer with other items, be aware that they are not color fast on the first wash.
Overall I am very satisfied with these socks, but will continue to look at other styles and brands making sure that they are suitable for their intended purposes. Happy hiking, trekking, walking, and running.