When I first got into running in 2015, I was skeptical about how long it would take to get the best of both worlds, which meant my socks would eventually look good even after years of wearing them.
But then I realized I’d never have to worry about my feet hurting or getting sweaty after wearing them, and I was able to run through the marathon in just my feet.
I’m not a runner and don’t have the most athletic background, but I was willing to give it a shot anyway, as long as I got the best quality.
And that’s what I’ve found so far.
While my socks are a bit on the bulky side, they have a nice mesh texture, so they don’t feel like you’re walking on water or carrying a weight around in them.
The mesh also helps keep my feet comfortable and dry.
They’re available in several colors, including a variety of copper, black, and pink, and the size I’ve been using is 32.
The fit isn’t perfect; there’s some extra padding between the toe and heel of the sock, but it’s not that noticeable.
I’ve also noticed that the socks feel slightly longer on my feet, but my feet are not noticeably shorter.
The sock I’ve chosen to wear these socks with, a silver, has a mesh that helps keep them comfortable and helps prevent them from getting in the way.
(For comparison, I wear my socks in a black version with mesh.)
When I tested the socks with my feet on a treadmill, they felt like they were as flexible as a tennis ball.
I didn’t notice any noticeable discomfort, but the feet did get sore.
But the socks were also very comfortable, so I’ll probably wear them with shoes a bit longer in the future.