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“Thank you so very much!!! As a heart patient, these socks have helped me tremendously in controlling swelling in my lower legs, while the freedom in the toes has allowed me to exercise without pain from injuries [I sustained in] Iraq. These [compression socks], along with my Lems shoes, have been a godsend.”
—H.V., United States Armed Forces, Europe
“My physical therapist was here today. She said she could see how the Injinji compression toe socks have helped me already [...] and how the compression itself has improved my ankle as well ... AND I've only been wearing them a couple days!!!!! [...] Thank you for what you are doing to improve the average American's foot woes.”
—B.H., Le Raysville, PA
“I recently was desperate for shoes and help after my surgery, and I found your site. I found your site very informative, and really understood all your videos and your awesome Correct Toes, so I ordered some as well as your compression socks and shoes [...] As soon as I put on the toe socks, just the compression alone helped so much [...] I have shared your awesome website with my podiatrist because it is amazing info. And also with many women I work with, with foot pain. Thanks for all you do! What would I do without you! [...] Thank you!”
—L.S., El Paso, TX
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Offers Graduated Lower Leg Compression
Injinji over-the-calf (OTC) ultra compression toe socks offer graduated lower leg compression to help enhance your circulation and boost your athletic recovery. These toe socks offer compression where you need it (in the calf and lower leg) and freedom in the foot and toes, where the sock feels and functions like a regular toe sock.
Benefits of Injinji Compression Toe Socks
You can wear your Injinji compression toe socks before, during, or after athletic activity to help enhance blood flow throughout your body, reduce lower extremity swelling, and speed your recovery. This sock's 5-toe design, like all other Injinji toe socks, encourages natural toe splay and allows your foot to function the way nature intended.
Designed for Active Individuals & Blister Protection
Great for walkers, runners, and other active individuals, Injinji compression toe socks offer superior blister protection and moisture management, enhanced toe mobility, and improved balance and grip inside your shoe. Sporting helpful reflective strips for extra visibility, these compression socks stay in place during all athletic activities.
Works Great in Combination With Other Natural Footgear
Injinji compression toe socks work great in combination with many of the other products we offer at Natural Footgear, including men's or women's foot-healthy footwear, Correct Toes toe spacers, Strutz foot pads or Pedag metatarsal pads, and Naboso insoles. Combine your Injinji compression toe socks with these other great products to achieve optimal foot comfort.
- Midweight (MW)
- Promotes healing
- Enhances circulation
- NF Certified Product
- Minimizes muscle soreness
- Encourages natural toe splay
- Lightweight 200 needle count
- Offers superior blister prevention
- Fiber Content: 80% nylon, 20% Lycra
- Offers superior moisture management
- Possesses graduated compression design
- Improves grip and balance within your shoe
- Works well in combination with Correct Toes
- Wicks sweat to keep feet dry and comfortable
- Improves toe mobility and builds stronger feet
- Incorporates reflective strips for extra visibility
- Possesses mesh top for maximum breathability
- Works well in combination with Naboso insoles
- Works well with Pedag met pads or Strutz pads
- Has anatomical left and right foot design for best fit
Injinji toe socks come in three distinct sizes: Small, Medium, and Large. Your Injinji toe socks size is determined by your shoe size. The following sizing recommendations are suggested by the manufacturer:
Shoe Size (US) Small Medium Large Men's 5-7.5 8-10.5 11-13 Women's 6-8.5 9-11.5 12+
If you have any questions about sizing, please feel free to contact us.
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