Contact: www.orca.com Full Review: Although they're too toasty for year-round use, these Orca socks have plenty going for them, including the fact that they have the very best in padded protection right from toe and midfoot to above the ankle
Contact: www.2xushop.co.uk Full Review: For simplicity and post-race comfort, these 2XUs are hard to beat. They feature the same graduated compression that you would expect to find in a race sock and so promote venous return to rid the body
In short:With anatomical fit and a host of extras, including strategic ventilation channels, heel protectors and superior toe cushioning, these tick every box for long runs. Pros:With anatomical fit and a host of extras, including strategic ventilation channels, heel protectors ...
In short:Warm spring days, ‘tropical’ gym treadmills…when the heat is on you need a minimalist sock that retains ergonomic design and protection. Pros:Warm spring days, ‘tropical’ gym treadmills…when the heat is on you need a minimalist sock
In short:Incorporating a double layer (so they rub against each other, rather than your blissfully blister-free feet) but still thin enough that they don’t cause fit issues with your shoes. Pros:Incorporating a double layer (so they rub against each other, rather than your bliss...
In short:If you’re not quite ready for the full transition to barefoot running shoes and feel socks would cushion the move, the RU5s give the best fit in every sense. Pros:If you’re not quite ready for the full transition to barefoot running shoes
have been wearing Asics GT21x0 series for a number of years but the latest model is unwearable for me. When running it feels like a sock is creased or gathered under the toes, causing then to feel bruised. This only occurs in one foot. I am gutted
karlssonpataket: Salamon Spikecross 3CS daily use in Norway Strengths: I've been using these 4 days a week running to and from work (4 miles each way). Daily temp has been -7 and they are plenty warm enough with winter socks. Running on compacted
Visit the official Runner's World page
Follow Runner's World on Twitter
Other Natmag-Rodale Sites
Run For Charity
About Runner's World
Runner's World is a publication of Hearst Magazines UK which is the trading name of The National Magazine Company Ltd, 72 Broadwick Street, London, W1F 9EP. Registered in England 112955. All rights reserved.
Website powered by: Immediate Media Company Limited. | © Runner's World 2002-2013 |