Injinji SPORT Pedestrian - Charcoal

Size
Color
Charcoal

 NEW INJINJI 2.0

  • SPORT series unique 5 toe sleeve design and superior fiber construction helps you harness the foot’s natural mechanics and gives a stronger sense of balance resulting in a better fit, feel and performance inside ANY shoe.
  • SPORT Original weight is a moderate weight toesock ideal for both everyday wear and demanding workouts
  • The sock that started it all at Injinji is now your everyday go-to performance sock.
  • Dual welt with compression to hold the sock in place
  • Arch support, moisture management, blister protection
  • Original weight comfort made from COOLMAX® Extreme Performance fabric, with its state-of-the-art moisture management properties and physiological benefits of keeping lower skin temperature and greater hydration.

 

Materials -  75% Coolmax, 20% Nylon, 5% Lycra

 

Injinji Unisex Size Guide

 

US Size

Small

Medium

Large

X Large

Men

5 – 7.5

8 – 10.5

11 - 13

13.5+

Women

6 – 8.5

9 – 11.5

12+

 

Customer Reviews

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V.S.
I absolutely love them .

I absolutely love them . So comfortable and they stay in place . They are my summer secret sox faves and in winter they will be great liners

S
S.S.
Injinji sports pedestrian

These wierd scoks are amazingly comfy and I love them

G
G.M.
Extremely comfortable. They they stay

Extremely comfortable. They they stay on until I am ready to take them off.

M
M.n.
Stretch more than other Injinjis

Nice socks for low cut use.
Too low for lace-up shoes (like Vivi Barefoot) as the lace up section of the shoe is usually uncomfortable on the foot.
Great inside Vibram Five Fingers (low cut styles).
The only issue I have is the sizing--I usually wear M in Injinjis, though I might fit into small if I tried. In medium these are definitely too long. There's not much to them so I guess they stretch more. This means that they are more likely to slide down the heels with longer wear or more activity than other Injinjis. Perhaps a smaller size would solve the problem.

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