Injinji Liner Crew Sock
Current Retail: $10.00
Historic Range: $5.00-$12.00
Reviewers Paid: $10.00-$12.00
They work well as next-to-skin liners for mountaineering…
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $10
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!
- Wicks well and dries well
- Run slightly small
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 training hikes with lightweight hiking socks over them.
Very comfortable and I have had no problems with them bunching up or causing blisters..etc. I started using the crew length ones because I need more sock since I needed them as liners for my various mountaineering boot sets for different seasons.
I'll never switch back to my old style liner socks. Toe socks really do work!
I never thought I could eliminate blisters with such…
Source: received it as a personal gift
I never thought I could eliminate blisters with such a simple solution. Sock liners are crucial to my foot happiness.
- Wicks moisture.
- Eliminates friction.
If you are going on a distance hike, especially on a hot day, these are a MUST.
I've been a fan of liner socks for years to prevent…
Price Paid: $12
I've been a fan of liner socks for years to prevent blisters when I hike, but Injinji socks are a game-changer. They are amazing!
I got them to wear with my FiveFingers shoes, but now I wear them with all my shoes -- running shoes, boots, everything. I even snuck the black liner socks into my dress shoes for a funeral the other day and I've never been so comfortable in those awful shoes!
I'm totally sold. They make my feet so happy!