Hot weather running presents many innate challenges which makes it even more important to wear the most comfortable, functional gear. Injinji offers a variety of running socks for the heat and hot weather – find your Injinji today.
In this interview with Team Injinji's Amy Sproston, we discuss her plan to score the female self-supported FKT (Fastest Known Time) for thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail. This nearly 2,200-mile feat requires a lot of preparation, from physical training, to tailoring your gear and nutrition—and Amy hopes to complete it in 50 days.
Team Injinji athlete Andrew Miller guest blogs about his annual backpacking ski trip to Three Sisters in Oregon, where he describes summiting the sisters and skiing untracked snow down the peaks with his parents.
Three athletes from Team Injinji prepare for one the toughest 100-mile ultramarathons out there, the Hardrock 100. Combining radical vert, varied temperatures and climates, and honoring the history of miners in the San Juan Mountain range, it is one of the ultrarunning community's most favored races.
In this interview with Team Injinji's Mike McKnight, AKA The Low Carb Runner, we dig into what it takes to train for the Badwater 135, an intense ultra marathon that subjects runners to extreme heat, shoe-melting asphalt, and 14,000 feet of elevation gain.
Long time supporter and athlete Joe Dean has taken a new direction in fitness this past year and our new Trainer Mini-Crew socks came out at the perfect time for him. Although his main passion is trail running, due to new demands in his lifestyle, he spends more of his time in the gym cross training and working on strength work. Read more about how he uses the new Trainer toesock.
This year the 18th Annual San Diego 100 will be held on June 3 and Injinji is once again a proud sponsor of this event. Along with supporting all the runners who toe the line, we will have a special eye out for Team Injinji Athlete Jonathan Gunderson, who will be running this race for his 7th time!