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Old 27th Jul 15, 07:01 PM
MartaTs MartaTs is offline
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I wear 2 pairs - is this unusual? Nike Dri Fit calf lengths (which are quite thin) underneath and a cheaper pair (Karrimor usually) on top. I find this gives me the cushioning I am looking for and since I have been doing this I find I get less foot pain and no blisters whatsoever. Works for me.
Hilly has double layered socks. I thought it was weird to begin with but now it make more sense

Nike dri-fit anti-blisters socks work well for me. For shorter runs I wear Primark sport socks.
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Old 28th Jul 15, 08:01 AM
Eberkneesaregood Eberkneesaregood is offline
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Thorlo Experia, Injini and Hilly twin skins (in winter) are all great socks and worth the money IMO.
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