Injinji sock liners are designed to be worn as a light first layer paired with a thicker outer layer, or can be worn alone as everyday use.
So why injinji?
How does it keep your feet dry? Designed with super durable, light, and flexible materials these socks have great breathability, which means even when you are pushing yourself and sweating lots, excess heat and moisture is “wicked” away. The mesh top of the sock also provides added ventilation so you'll be prepared for anything that the road or trail can throw at you!
The lycra fabric and knit of the sock provide a degree of arch support as well as being super soft next to skin to reduce skin irritation. Also the enhanced cuff comfortably holds the sock in place and ensures it doesn’t slip down the ankle.
Ultralight non wool sock for day hiking in warm weather with T2 anti-shock cushioning. This is Bridgedale's lightest non-wool micro cushioned sock for hot weather adventure, the Hike Ultra Light T2 Coolmax® Performance ensures your feet stay cool, comfortable and dry in hot climates.
The Hiker is a classic boot cut sock with comfortable cushioning found along the footbed, and all around the ankle. A lighter mesh over the top of the foot helps with breathability, and the high knit count adds to the durability. The merino wool mix keeps your feet warm when wet, and is odour resistant for longer trips.
The Men's Liner + Hiker is a perfect sock set for every hiking adventure - from a quick day hike to a multi-day backpacking adventure. The Liner is an ultra-thin baselayer designed to wick away sweat from your foot - keeping it dry and comfortable. Since the toes are separated, skin on skin friction is eliminated, helping to prevent blisters. The Hiker is worn over the Liner for increased cushion and protection. The Hiker mirrors the shape of your toes, providing more room and reducing bunching.
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