A well-fitting sock is one less thing you have to worry about. If you experience discomfort, blisters, or unusual wear in your socks, these might be signs that your socks aren’t fitting correctly. Beyond size, there are three areas to check for correct sock fit: heel, toe, and cuff.
In any year, holiday shopping can be stressful - and 2020 isn’t going to be any different. We’ve gathered our best recommendations for your hard-to-shop-for family members below - and if you’re still stuck, you can find even more gift ideas over on our gift guide.
Every hiker is familiar with GORP - good old raisins and peanuts - and perhaps they have found their own personal twist on the original trail mix recipe. But trail mix fatigue can set in and leave your hikes feeling lackluster. If you’re bored with your handfuls of trail mix and want to spice it up, try mixing in one (or many) of these ingredients to make your trail snack a little more enticing.
Freezing temperatures and shorter days don’t have to keep you from getting after it. When heading outside for a winter run, you have to make some changes to your typical routine and gear. Here are our favorite tips and wardrobe additions for winter adventuring.
Trail runners are tough and versatile - so their socks should be, too. Meet VIBE: the sock specifically built for the demands of rough terrain. From a loop around your favorite park to a demanding summit, these socks have your back.
Shopping for performance socks sounds simple, but sometimes choosing between different features like sock cushion can be daunting. Without trying on every type of sock there is, how can you decide which level of cushion is right for you? Read on to find your ideal cushion level based on your activities.