I have put over 100 miles on the Smartwool Phd Run socks in the past month, including using them for the last 40 miles of the Great Mississippi River Levee Run. The socks have performed well in cool and warm temperatures and are proving to be durable. Click HERE for my full update.
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I have put almost another 100 miles on the Injinji Ultra Compression socks while running 2 marathons and trail 50k. The socks have remained comfortable both on short and long runs. Meanwhile durability has been good with a few pulls in the socks, but nothing that hurt their performance at this point. Read on for my final update.
I have put over 170 miles on the Injinji Ultra Compression OTC socks over the past few months and they have performed well. The compression has worked well, I have had no cramping issues even though I ran an Ultramarathon, half marathon, and a 7 hour mountain run in them. Read on for my full update.
I love hiking, and am not always super picky about gear – I love trying new items, and seeing how they work out. One thing I am picky about is making sure my feet are happy. That means comfortable socks and footwear. Injinji has some new socks coming out, and I was fortunate enough to receive 2 pair. A pair of lightweight Liner socks, and a heavier pair of Hiker socks. These won’t be available until fall, but we have a sneak peak! Click HERE to read my initial thoughts and plans.
I have added a final review section and conclusions to the review of these socks. Farm To Feet is a very impressive company as their socks are 100% Made in America, 100% American sourced materials, and 100% American manufacturing!! See the complete review HERE
November and December have been heavy racing months for me – I completed 3 half marathons, and a full marathon along with several 5k’s and 10k’s and the Injinji Performance Run 2.0 socks have been my constant companion for every race. Comfort and Durability remained excellent and I continued to be mostly blister free – though I don’t think it was an issue with my socks. Read on for my final thoughts.