Tag Archives: Sock

Final Update on the CloudLine Switchback Technical Socks

Cloudline Switchback This will be my last report on the CloudLine Switchback Technical Hiker Socks. I must say I have been impressed so far. Read more here.

Kat

 

Zamst HA-1 Run sock

Zamst HA-1 Run

Zamst HA-1 Run

The Zamst HA-1 Run sock reminds me a little of an ace bandage.  Well, not exactly, but the support strips are well defined. The packaging says it is good for injury/prevention of Planter Faciitis.  According to the website information “The HA-1’s functional support and unique knitting technology stabilizes the heel in a neutral position and lifts up the arch of the foot to prevent it from leaning inward. Click here to read the rest of the review.

Coy Boy

Update: Injinji Lightweight Mini-Crew sock

Injinji Lightweight Mini-Crew sock Since getting the Injinji Lightweight Mini-Crew socks about 6 weeks ago I have worn them at least twice and sometimes three times a week, so I estimate I have around 15 days total in them so far.  I even wore them 2 days in a row once to test the socks ability to handle odor.  The weather during the month of July was exceptionally hot but it has cooled down quite a bit in the past couple of weeks with highs only in the low to mid 90’s F.  Anyways, they are holding up rather well so far.  To read the rest of the update click here.

Coy Boy

Darn Tough Vermont Ski/Ride Merino Socks

by: Dave D’Abate

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Darn Tough Vermont makes some incredibly comfortable socks. The only problem was, I wasn’t very familiar with the brand until this year.

From Darn Tough’s Press Release:

‘Darn Tough socks are designed, manufactured, and tested in Vermont, USA. Their high-density knitting allows for durability and cushioning without bulk. They also offer Merino Wool and Coolmax® blends for optimal comfort and climate control. The socks also include additional support around the arch, ankle, and toe to prevent blisters and add endurance. The socks are designed for every type of athlete and climate, from summer mountain bikers to winter Nordic skiers.’

Click here to read more!