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Injinji Men's Run Lightweight No Show Wool Toesocks
Injinji Men's Run Lightweight No Show Wool Toesocks
  • 32% NuWool™ / 32% Acrylic / 31% Nylon / 5% Lycra®
  • Imported
  • 2" high
  • 5" wide
  • Anatomical 5 toe design
  • Superior fiber construction
  • Arch Support
  • Mesh Top design for ventilation

The RUN Lightweight is an ultra-thin, next to skin fit for those want the benefit of minimal weight with maximum protection and performance. RUN LW is ideal for milder temperatures, shorter distances and minimal footwear.

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 1 inches
  • Item model number: 201310CBS
  • Date First Available: December 6, 2012
  • ASIN: B00AK8CMMG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #210,236 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
    • #58310 in Men's Shops
    • #1012 in Men's Athletic Socks

    They're getting one star for false advertising. I bought the socks because the description claimed 65% wool. Well, the label says 32%. That's quite a difference. It's basically a completely different product from what I thought I payed for.

    I hate to write a bad review about my (usually) favorite socks, but I bought these only 6 weeks ago and got the first hole in a 10k last weekend and the second (yes, I ran with the first hole in it--I wanted them to be my marathon socks) in a half marathon last Sunday. This hasn't happened to any of my other injinjis, so I don't know if there is a change in material, but it sure is disappointing. They are not cheap socks. :((

    I've been wearing injinji socks since maybe 2010? Unfortunately, the most recent set I bought shows an extreme reduction in quality: 4/5 pairs have holes or will very soon after only 5 months of use. I don't do any walking for my current job, so this represents very light use compared to my previous pairs (which lasted for 3+ years in a job where I walked 30-40 miles a week at work).

    I could tell they were cheaper on arrival because the cut was 'boxier' and less organic. The material was also coarser than their predecessors despite claims of the same composition. I decided to try them anyway since injinji socks have been so awesome for me in the past. It looks like I'll be trying a new brand now, as I certainly won't pay another $75 to have socks for only five months again.

    Way better than the non-wool Injinji socks! I wear a women's size 11 and have very very narrow feet (can fit into a 4a width shoe easily). I find that no matter what size I get in the non-wool Injinji socks, they are extremely tight, especially around the ankle, but also the whole sock in general. The toes are also too short for the non-wool socks and get all thin at the ends and look see-through immediately.

    These wool socks however are amazing! I got the men's large and they feet my very narrow women's size 11 feet perfectly! I have very long skinny toes and the toes on the socks are all long enough without needing to be stretched.

    I just got the socks so I can't say much about how they hold up over time. They do say to line-dry so keep that in mind if you are considering buying them. That's true for pretty much any wool item though. And to be clear, these are actually a wool-blend.

    I know that the color of an item online will differ depending on your monitor settings. That said, I still think that the color difference from the picture should be mentioned. The charcoal grey socks appear to be a completely different sock than the one pictured. There is even a design on the top of the foot which isn't pictured online at all. I *really* wanted a sock with a nude colored ankle, but the oatmeal isn't sold in the size large as of now. The charcoal is actually a dark grey around the ankle, and not a light cream like the picture shows.

    Anyways, I'm very happy with these socks so far as other Injinji socks are so tight that they are completely unwearable after 5 minutes. Keep making and selling these ones! And keep making and selling them in neutral colors!

    These are great! I have experience wearing toe socks from this brand (in non-wool) and also from Smartwool. I like toe shoes for the freedom of movement and to have a barrier against toe squish. Wool socks keep my feet dry, the right temperature, and don't blister. I like a thin sock like this most of the time. When it's really cold I'll add a thicker sock. I like these better than the Smartwools of similar weight. On these the fabric is smoother and more comfortable, and overall the foot is more shaped and snug in a good way. The design of the toes feels better too. No hot spots at the base of the toe. Also, I really like the top edge of these. It doesn't dig in, yet also doesn't slip down or move around. I am an aggressive fast walker and hiker, and often low cut socks scoot down my heel. Not these. I have worn these in loose shoes, tight shoes, and Birkenstocks with a heel strap. I also wear them to the gym where we run continuously up the stairs for 30 minutes (it's a treadmill made out of a stairway!). I wash these socks in cold in the washing machine and hang dry. They haven't shrunk.

    This is an update from the first review. The socks are starting to wear out at the heal and I only use the socks at home with shoes or house shoes. Socks are only a few months old and the material is wearing out. The socks also are starting to fit a little tighter. I bought some more of the same socks same size and they fit better. The other con is that you are not suppose to hang dry these socks which seem a bit extreme given these socks can be used for hiking. On a through hike you have to hand wash and hang dry the socks. Injinji needs to look at the care label and make adjustments or take out on the description that these socks are good for hiking and laundering outdoors.

    Injinji toe socks are always the #1 choice for a well made and comfortable toe sock. Originally bought to separate two of my blistered toes from rubbing against each other constantly. I was instantly impressed and hooked on this product. I have tried other less expensive toe socks and in every case returned or thrown them away. Yes they are rather expensive but isn’t the comfort of your feet worth it?

    I got 2 pair of Injinji "toe socks" for Christmas -- one lightweight no show wool and the other a midweight. These socks cost much more per pair than I'm used to paying -- but the benefit to me is worth it. If they "hold up" -- and I will use them only for running -- then I will absolutely transition to using only these socks for running.
    I had been getting a blister / callous on one of my toes, no matter which running shoes I wore. With the Injinji socks (either pair), that problem does not occur. Blister management is a huge pain, so having a method to avoid blisters is amazing.
    This is a product I highly recommend that anyone suffering from toe blisters from running should try.

    I LOVE THEM. Slowly throwing out all my running socks and going over to these!! These are warm, comfortable and easier to get on then you'd think. They really are good at keeping blisters away.

    Perfect. Good quality. Would like some more neutral colours now, so please produce!

    Good socks.

    injinji ist für mich derzeit die beste Zehensocke auf dem Markt, auch die Zehenlänge ist für mich passend. leider sind sie nicht so langlebig wie ich es für diesen Preis erwarten würde (es entstehen meist Löscher zwischen den Zehen - ich habe auch Zehen schon komplett verloren) und bei Hitze reagiere ich teilweise allergisch auf die Bündchen (bei längeren Socken unter dem Wanderschuh).

    Li avevo già provati, stessa marca, acquistati in negozio sportivo. Alle perplessità iniziali ho dovuto ricredermi in quanto sono ottimi per la corsa. evitano contatti e sfregamenti alle dita dei piedi sempre maggiormente esposte specialmente nei trail. A paragone di un paio di calzini da corsa tradizionali il prezzo è abbastanza elevato, ma lo stesso prodotto trovato su Amazon è venduto ad un prezzo giusto per le prestazioni e qualità del prodotto.

    It took me a bit to get used to these separate toes and the shortness of these socks, but I now have bought several pairs of the slightly longer ones of these. Very nice moisture wicking qualities in these.

    ....man muss erwähnen, dass in der preislage die trauben sehr hoch hängen für eine gut bewertung. qualität und funktion sind überzeugend.
    ich habe bei allen injinji - socken noch keinen mangel bemerkt.

    Sehr robuste Materialzusammensetzung, die aber angenehm an der Haut ist und nicht scheuert! Atmungsaktiv.
    Benutze ich ohne Probleme für Langstreckenläufe.
    Die Stoffdicke würde ich als Medium bezeichnen.
    Bei mir sehr gute Passform.
    Fürs Laufen zu empfehlen!

    Zunächst war ich völlig begeistert. Die Socken aus Merinowolle sind superleicht und sehr angenehm zu tragen. Ich habe sie am 20.09. erhalten und habe sie in den letzten 3 Wochen 3x getragen. Nun sind sie kaputt. Für Socken, die knapp 20 Euro kosten, ist das absolut inakzeptabel. Ich bin echt enttäuscht. Ich trage sehr viel Kleidung aus Merinowolle, unter anderem habe ich mehrere Paar Socken von Smartwool, welche definitiv robuster sind und wurde bisher nie enttäuscht. Ich werde sie versuchen zu reklamieren.

    Ich kaufte diese Zehensocken eigentlich für meine Vibram Five Fingers. Letztlich nutzte ich sie für auch einen Ultratrail und war begeistert. Von nun an meine erste Wahl bei derartigen sportlichen Aktivitäten, mMn besser als die bisher favorisierten Knitido Marathon TS.

    I piedi rimangono caldi anche se le calze si bagnano e avere le dita separate riduce il rischio di vesciche. Consigliati.

    I wore these during the Hoka Highland Fling and managed 40 miles (65km) in them without a single blister. Totally recommended for long runs,

    They're comfortable, fit my wide (very wide) feet and have no excess material. I've ordered more.

    I had a pair of Injinji socks that i've been using heavily for the past 5 years and they still survive, with some small holes. This pair, has two huge holes in the big toes after 10/12 usages. The fabric is too thin and it gets destroyed quite easily.

    Dies sind wohl die Laufsocken mit der miesesten Qualität, die ich je besessen habe. Nach zwei Läufen am Wochenende - 20 und 30 km - entstand schon ein Loch am großen Zeh. Siehe Foto. Und nein, es lag nicht am Zehnagel. Die halte ich als Ultraläufer immer kurz. Ambitionierte Läufer sollten hier die Finger äh Füße von lassen!

    Usati da un mese e li trovo comodi sia per le lunghe camminate che per la corsa su strada e trail. Per ora non ho riscontrato nessun difetto.