Running Socks

Recent Running Sock Reviews

Swiftwick Pursuit Four Sock

rated 5 of 5 stars Swiftwick is as good as it gets for scent-free, blister-free comfort, wicking, and durability. Updated!! I have owned Swiftwick socks of one variety or another for five or so years now. I've worn them up and down several Cascades Volcanoes and they are now my go-to light hiking and running socks. Test Conditions: I received two almost identical sets of Swiftwick socks about four months ago and I have included them in all my fitness, trail runs, gym workouts and hikes in the hills. It's been long-pants… Full review

Balega Blister Resist Quarter

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Balega's Blister Resist Quarter is a hybrid mohair and synthetic sock from a company that does a great job with running socks. Great wicking properties help keep your feet comfortable. Smooth material doesn't tend to chafe. They tend to show wear by looking "fuzzy" but that's cosmetic—no notable thin spots or wear. Slightly more bulky than a typical running sock. OVERVIEW By calling this a "blister resist" running sock, Balega is pretty clearly pushing the narrative that this sock is somehow better… Full review

Injinji Performance Mini-Crew Sock

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Injinji makes some comfortable, durable merino wool socks that might just aid in preventing blisters between your toes. Injinji makes some comfortable, durable merino wool socks that might just prevent you from getting a blister around your toes. For some people this is a real problem and these socks seem to solve the problem brilliantly. I'm evaluating these socks against five other pairs of socks that I've worn over the last few years. These socks look great and fit great—no excess, no bulging,… Full review

Darn Tough Merino 1/4 Sock Cushion

rated 5 of 5 stars A comfortable, cushioned, and durable merino wool sock that might just last a lifetime. Darn Tough makes some comfortable, cushioned, and durable merino wool socks that might just last a lifetime. I'm evaluating these socks against five other pairs of socks that I've worn over the last few years. These socks look great and fit great—no excess, no bulging, no binding, just a great fit. They are comfortable right out of the packaging. I typically like to wash my clothing before using, but on one… Full review

Barefoot Company Free Your Feet (Classic Swiss)

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Don’t believe in advertising. I feel painful when I wear sock on the road that full of rock. Terrible product. Terrible. I feel I‘ve been ripped off. Full review

Barefoot Company Free Your Feet (Classic Swiss)

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Felt cheated, I must say. This is not a material as advertised. It did not take maybe 10-15 km of pure walking and both socks were damaged in the totally same spot actually hurting my feet as I did not expect them to go off that quickly so I did not notice that I actually walk barefoot. Do save your money. Full review

Barefoot Company Free Your Feet (Classic Swiss)

rated 2 of 5 stars Over-rated, over-sold, and bad customer service. These socks were a present and the gifter is extremely disappointed by the result. The toes sleeves are the exact same length which means none of the toes fit properly. The big toe sleeve is very narrow so it barely fits on the actual toe. The material is much weaker than advertised and visible damage ocurred after a single trail run. The grip dots fell off from just walking in a living room with floorboards. The company is trying to ride the minimal… Full review

Barefoot Company Free Your Feet (Classic Swiss)

rated 0.5 of 5 stars These were absolutely awful. These shoes are advertised to withstand rock climbing, hiking, and other outdoor activities. They did not hold up long at all and I only had them for a month before they started getting holes. They advertise it like you can wear these anytime and anywhere, but you can’t and I would not recommend it. Complete garbage! The product is complete trash! Full review

Barefoot Company Free Your Feet (Classic Swiss)

rated 1 of 5 stars Poorly made. Not as advertised. Pure garbage. Wore them for two bouldering sessions. The rubber nibs wore off quickly and I wore a hole in the fabric. So much for being durable and made of the strongest fiber. The company said they would be happy to exchange them, but first asked me to check the fit. What's the point if it already has a hole worn into it? Interesting idea but poorly executed. SAVE YOUR MONEY. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT.  Full review

Teko MERINO Ultralight MiniCrew Sock
$4
Balega Enduro Crew
$4 - $15
Fox River Endurance Tab Ankle Womens
$5
Teko Poly Minicrew Sock
$6
Swiftwick Aspire Zero Sock
$6 - $13
Swiftwick Maxus One Sock
$6 - $14
Swiftwick Aspire One Sock
$6 - $14
Balega Hidden Comfort
$7 - $13
Swiftwick Aspire Two Sock
$7 - $15
Swiftwick Aspire Four Sock
$7 - $17
Swiftwick Aspire Seven Sock
$7 - $18
Pearl Izumi Attack Cushion Low Sock
$7 MSRP
Pearl Izumi Attack Low Sock
$7 MSRP
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
WrightSock CoolMesh II Tab Sock
$8 - $14
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (2)
Bridgedale Bamboo Lo
$8
Wigwam Ironman Lightning Pro Low-Cut Sock
$8
Smartwool PhD Running Ultra Light Mini Sock
$8 - $10
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Smartwool PhD Running Ultra Light Micro Sock
$8 - $16
Smartwool PhD Outdoor Ultra Light Mini Sock
$8 - $16
Smartwool PhD Outdoor Ultra Light Micro Sock
$8 - $16
Fox River Wick-Dry Classic Quarter
$9 MSRP
 
Oakley No Show Socks
$9 MSRP
Pearl Izumi Silk-Lite Sock
$9 MSRP
Craft Pro Cool 13.1 Socks
$9 MSRP
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
WrightSock CoolMesh II Quarter Sock
$10 - $14
Bridgedale X-Hale Trail Diva
$10
Darn Tough Tab No Show Light
$10
Bridgedale X-Hale Speed Diva
$10
Bridgedale X-Hale Speed Demon
$10
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Balega Enduro Quarter
$14
Point6 Running Ultra Light Micro Sock
$10
Fox River Endurance Quarter Womens
$10 MSRP
Fox River Velocity Ankle
$10 MSRP
Fox River Ultra Light Velocity Quarter
$10 MSRP
Under Armour HeatGear Stripe Print Sock
$10 MSRP
Fox River Acceleration Quarter Womens
$10 MSRP
Fox River Velocity Quarter
$10 MSRP
Fox River Acceleration Ankle Womens
$10 MSRP
Fox River Ultra Light Velocity Ankle
$10 MSRP
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Injinji SPORT Original Weight PED
$10 MSRP
Brooks Versatile Low-Cut Socks
$10 MSRP
Pearl Izumi Elite Low Sock
$10 MSRP
EMS Fast Mountain Coolmax Ankle Socks, Lightweight
$10 MSRP
REI CoolMax EcoMade Multisport Ultralight Low Socks
$11 MSRP
REI CoolMax EcoMade Multisport Tab Back Sock
$11 MSRP
Teko MERINO Light MiniCrew Sock
$11 MSRP
REI CoolMax EcoMade Multisport Quarter Sock
$11 MSRP
SockGuy Channel Air Low-Cut Gray
$11 MSRP
Stoic Synth Trail No-Show Sock
$11
Lorpen Tri-Layer Light Running Sock
$11 MSRP
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