Drymax socks recently offered me an opportunity to try out a pair of their moisture-wicking socks. I selected a pair of “no tab” socks for my Drymax socks review. A 3-pack of socks costs various prices depending on style.
Drymax Socks Review
From the Drymax website
“As a runner, moisture is your feet’s worst enemy. Moisture causes blisters, discomfort, Athlete’s Foot and allows odor causing bacteria to flourish.
However you also know your feet are going to get wet, either from sweating, stepping in a puddle, running across wet grass or getting caught in the rain. You can even get splashed at a race water station and instead of the water going in you, it goes on you.”
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Drymax Socks Review
I have to admit when it comes to footwear my focus has been on the running shoes – not the socks. After I started my Drymax Socks review, I was shocked at the difference in not only padding but also genuine good quality of the socks. I would also like to mention that Drymax socks are made in the USA.
My socks have been through several washes and have held up well. I have opted to wash Drymax socks with sport detergent because of the moisture-wicking capability they have. The padding on the socks is comforting.
I wore the socks on both my half-marathon and my recent 10K. I trusted Drymax from the start and these socks did not let me down. If you take anything away from this Drymax Socks review, realize I ran more than 8 miles for the first time in my life – and actually ran all 13.1 with no blisters. I had blisters previously on 6-mile training runs.
Drymax Running Socks
This is one brand of running socks.
Do you wear special socks when you run?
Disclosure: I am not compensated for product reviews, unless otherwise stated. I was given a free sample of the product in exchange for writing a Drymax socks review. Some links within this post are affiliate links.
*This post was originally published in 2011 and has been updated and republished for accuracy and comprehensiveness.