|material_composition||25% nylon, 5% Lycra (spandex), 70% Coolmax (polyester)|
|Number of Items||1|
|Outer Material||Coolmax (polyester)|
|Package dimensions||15.4 x 12.2 x 2.4 cm; 18.14 Grams|
Injinji Women's Run Lightweight No-Show Toe Socks
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- 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 Women's Lightweight No-Show sock is a part of Injinji's existing Run Series designed to maximize a runner's performance without sacrificing personal comfort. Recognizing that all feet are not the same, the Women's toesock is designed to better accommodate a female foot, which is typically narrower than a male's foot, with an increased heel to toe stretch. The increased two-way stretch will enable the material to better stretch across a female's foot arch providing compression throughout the foot. The fit of the individual toe-sleeves were redesigned for a better, snugger fit throughout the toes for female wearers without any excess material.
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My life before Injinji's was filled with blisters and raw, sore toes. My trail running friends told me about these and I thought they were crazy for wearing toe socks. This isn't the year 2000 ( remember that terrible trend?). But my friend and I tried them out and I haven't looked back since.
I had only worn the really thin Injinji's and decided to go for a thicker fabric. I bought these the week before the Chicago Marathon. In fact, I brought them with me, along with my thinner ones, to Chicago just in case I wanted to wear them. I know you're not supposed to try out new-to-you gear on race day but I did. And of course these held up! No blisters even after 26.2 miles!
My friends who aren't in the know look at me crazy with my toe socks. Y'all are missing out.