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Trail 2.0 Midweight Mini-Crew

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These socks are great for hiking! I love these socks! They fit perfectly and really do help prevent blisters. I got some terrible blisters on my toes and the balls of my feet on a 20-mile backpacking trip early this summer and subsequently bought these socks. I did the same hike last weekend and I did not re-blister my feet even though I was carrying even more weight this time! The socks are comfortable, moisture-wicking, and stretchy. They have a tighter, stretchy area in the middle that really… Full review

Performance Crew Sock

rated 4 of 5 stars Used as a liner sock with a pair of mid-weight merino wool hikers, I found the Injinji Performance Crew to be exactly what I need for blister free hiking/backpacking. While not the most durable socks, I am pleased enough with them to have purchased a second pair. Conditions of Testing: My Injinji Performance Crew Socks were used as liner socks with a pair of SmartWool PhD Run Medium Mini Socks on an 6-day, 85-mile hike along the River-to-River Trail in Shawnee National Forest in early April 2014. Full review

SPORT Original Weight PED

rated 5 of 5 stars The Injinji Performance Sport, Original Weight, PED-Length Toe Sock, Composed of Coolmax, Nylon and Lycra, is about as functional and hydrodynamic as a synthetic sock can be… Especially so with the Laws of Nature Assisting in the Process. The Injinji Performance Sport PED-Length Toe Sock, Composed of Coolmax, Nylon and Lycra, is about as Functional and Hydrodynamic as a Synthetic Sock can be… Especially so with the Laws of Nature Assisting in the Process… Injinji on the Web… http://www.injinji.com/sport/sport-original-weight-ped.html/… Full review

Liner Crew Sock

rated 4.5 of 5 stars They work well as next-to-skin liners for mountaineering boots. Use them as liners for most of your climbing seasons...just add a mid-weight sock or thick mountaineering sock over them and add good aftermarket foot-beds and you will have dry comfortable feet for the duration of your trip! I use Injinji crew toe socks extensively whenever I go into the mountains. At first I tried Injinji ankle toe socks as that was all I had when they first came out on the market. Used them for trail running and… Full review

Liner Crew Sock

rated 4 of 5 stars I never thought I could eliminate blisters with such a simple solution. Sock liners are crucial to my foot happiness. If you are going on a distance hike, especially on a hot day, these are a MUST. Full review

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Injinji Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Meet Bentbrook, Trailspace's Reviewer of the Month
Congratulations, Bentbrook, Trailspace's newest Reviewer of the Month. The North Carolina backpacker, geocacher and animal tracker wins an American Alpine Club membership and benefits, plus a prize pack of outdoor goodies. Read more
May 6

Meet G00SE, Trailspace's Reviewer of the Month
Congratulations, G00SE (aka Jeffery Gosnell), Trailspace's newest Reviewer of the Month! An Illinois caver, backpacker, and hammock hanger, G00SE wins a prize pack for having the highest rated gear reviews in January. Read more
February 11

Meet Bill Heiser, Trailspace's Reviewer of the Month
Congratulations to Bill Heiser, Trailspace's May Reviewer of the Month! The community rated Bill's gear reviews (and Bill's reputation score) the highest in May. He wins a goodie pack of gear from A3, Ibex, Injinji, Kind, ProBar, and Trailspace. Read more
June 11, 2013

Meet Gonzan, Trailspace's Reviewer of the Month
Congratulations to Gonzan, our latest reviewer of the month. Gonzan wrote a Killer Review of the Sierra Designs Zissou 30 Lite, and wins a great goodie pack of gear from Trailspace, Innate, Injinji, Probar, and GU. Read more
December 18, 2012

New Footwear for 2010, Part 3: Trail-Runners and Outdoor Socks
We close our series on new footwear of 2010 with a look at trail-running shoes and outdoor footwear. Read more
January 18, 2010

Socks added to Trailspace Gear Guide
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January 5, 2010

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