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The Performance Micro Toesock by injinji is engineered to separate and surround your toes with soft and moisture-wicking CoolMax fabric blended with durable nylon and Lycra to create an anti-friction membrane that is lightweight and breathable. Seamless in construction, the Performance Toesock forms to every contour of your foot, allowing for true restriction-free and natural movement from your heel to your five toes. This design encourages healthy circulation and eliminates skin-on-skin contact between your toes to prevent blisters and keep your blood moving without interruption. The Anatomical Interface System (AIS) is engineered to separate your toes and promote healthy digital alignment while the fabric blend and sock design effectively manages moisture.
Individual seamless toe sleeves prevent skin-on-skin friction to help prevent corns and blisters.
Anatomical Interface System (AIS) is engineered to separate your toes with a CoolMax moisture wicking lining and a resistant nylon outer shell built with Lycra fibers, to create a thin, anti-friction membrane that is both lightweight and breathable. Seamless in construction, the tetratsok forms to every contour of your feet. This allows for true restriction free movement from your heel to five toes,encourages healthy circulation, and eliminates skin on skin contact between your toes to prevent blistering from occurring.
These are great for long runs to prevent that little bit of skin on the side of your toe, near the bottom, from getting a blister.Published 3 days ago by Worm
Love these! I have been having trouble with blisters between my toes since I increased my mileage. I tried taping them, but it seemed to just make it worse. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janet
Comfy and wick moisture well. I got them to help space out my toes to help my baby bunion. I also have pretty sweaty feet. They work great for both issues.Published 1 month ago by M K Stonehouse