- Anatomical 5 toe design
- Superior fiber construction
- Arch Support
- Mesh Top design for ventilation
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 7.62 x 20.32 x 25.4 cm; 99.79 Grams
- Date First Available : 30 November 2017
- Manufacturer : Injinji
- ASIN : B00AK8DO5K
- Item Model Number : 213130GRA
- Department : Mens
Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,219 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories)
- #188 in Men's Sports Socks
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Fake reviews maybe? - or perhaps everyone has been indoctrinated into some form of propaganda cult of progressive positivity!
First thing that rang slight alarm bells for me - when I received them - was the Coolmax brand.
For me - Coolmax socks generally belong in the Lidl/ Aldi sportswear bins at much lower prices- not marketed and sold for this sort of money. Coolmax was not stated in the description.
Mistakenly - I tried them anyway;
1/ Far too short - not far off a 'no-show' sock - gaps around the ankles allow entry from the trail.
2/ Have an all overall coarse 'knitted feel to them, and do not feel particularly cushioned in any particular areas - no 'technical' feel to them.
3/ Un-snipped long tails of threads on the inside of every toe.
4/ Difficult/ fiddly to get them on - wouldn't want to have try and put these on in the middle of a race.
5/ Generate sore 'hotspots' - particularly on the outside of big toe - also feel movement/ slip on the sole.
I thought - mistakenly - they may be a good choice for long distance/ ultra trail running with Altra running shoes - allowing better toe splay, cushioning, etc.
Costly purchase mistake at around £16 - Had to spend that again to buy another pair of the Hilly Ultra Marathon socks. Not perfect but much better than these Injinji.
Having 'toes' on the socks is a bit weird at first, but I now prefer these socks to any of my normal hiking socks for walking longer distances.
They are an expensive sock, but I feel the price is worth it for the level of comfort I experience.
Happy enough with these to have ordered an extra pair of liner socks for another occasion.
Overall somewhat better than standard sports socks but with that one drawback for me. Haven't tried other dedicated running socks so not sure how they compare.