ANTI-FRICTION RACE SOCKS
- Materials & Care
The non-slip grip pads of our race socks increase contact with your shoe for blister-free runs and sprints. Cushioning on toe, heel and ankle protect your feet on all terrains.
Our lightweight grip socks have light compression to boost your circulation and performance. Cooling lanes and moisture wicking material keep your feet dry even during the most intense runs.
Perfect for high intensity workouts, running, sprinting and trail runs.
Available in pack of 2.
96% Polyamide and 4% Elastan.
These anti-friction socks are designed with Danish Olympian Stina Troest. Stina tests our products to ensure the highest standards of performance. Produced in Portugal, where we ensure fair working conditions.
WASH & CAREMachine Wash at 30°C / 86°F. Do not tumble dry or bleach.
Find your perfect fit by measuring yourself before ordering. Check your size here. Please note that our size selector reflects EU sizes.
Standard delivery from 49DKK | 70 NOK | 70 SEK | 8 USD | 9 CAD | 6 GBP | 7 EUR within 5-7 business days in EU and 10-15 business days outside EU.
FREE worldwide shipping on all orders above 500 DKK | 700 NOK | 750 SEK | 80 USD | 100 CAD | 60 GBP | 70 EUR.
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Very good socks for running
Very good socks for fast paced running. Highly recommended!
Fantastic sock .
Excellent product , excellent comfort and support . I actually use them for work where I walk a marathon distance a day and better than any tough work sock I’ve tried . Bit pricey until you try and worth every £
Simply perfect, very light and they don't move on the shoes
The thin fabric has a comfortable fit and the forefoot prevents slipping, so there is a sense of unity between the shoe and the foot.
The size is perfect. Sheer fabric for a snug fit. The back of the forefoot is anti-slip, so I tried wearing it for a run, but I don't feel my foot slipping in the shoes. In particular, I thought it would be suitable for forefoot strikers with toe landing.
This is good. The force you step on is transmitted firmly.
I tried riding a bicycle. There is a feeling that the foot does not play in the shoes, and the force is transmitted properly by stepping on it firmly.