Author Archives: Injinji

  1. Injinji

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    On December 5, 2018

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    Ultra Runner, Road Runner, World Champion Michael Wardian Talks Race Recovery

    Recovering from race day is nothing new to Michael Wardian, the 44-year old ultra runner extraordinaire who’s run races all over the United States and the world. This Injinji athlete is a high achiever in almost all facets of running, from the road to the trail, to niche competitions across the world. Michael actually holds SIX world records! A few...
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  2. Injinji

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    On November 21, 2018

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    Working Off That Turkey: How to Get Your Movement in During Thanksgiving Season

    If you live in the United States, Thanksgiving is one of the greatest days of the year. All your loved ones are around (for better or worse), there’s food in abundance all day long, and the drinks are flowing. But there’s one problem… after a full day of indulgence, it’s hard not to feel sluggish! So this year, Injinji...
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  3. Injinji

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    On November 8, 2018

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    Why You Should Care About National Running Safety Month

    Every November, the running community comes together to celebrate National Running Safety Month. The purpose? To remind each and every one of us that “safety first” should be something more than just a lesson for the younger generation… it matters for everyone! And this year, perhaps more than others, National Running Safety Month is about not only watching out for...
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  4. Injinji

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    On November 1, 2018

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    Cycling Across the World: Injinji Explores the Transylvanian Countryside

    Someone once said, “Life is short, and the world is wide.” And here at Injinji we truly believe that. We make toesocks that will carry you through any type of adventure, domestic or international, and that will keep you comfortable along the way. We also hire people who feel called to explore the world. So when our Director of Ecommerce...
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  5. Injinji

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    On September 6, 2018

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    Team Injinji Goes Off The Grid

    Forever committed to innovation that allows your feet to live and perform at their peak. We are...a better way. That is our manifestoe here at Injinji (all about the toes!). We aim to help your feet keep you going, one step after the other. And who would we be if we didn’t test our socks up the peaks and...
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  6. Injinji

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    On August 27, 2018

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    If You Haven’t Tried Wearing Wool Socks in the Outdoors, You’re Doing the Outdoors Wrong

    You read that right. From camping and hiking to running and more, wool is the answer to keeping your feet cool, dry and ready for action. Why? Nobody Likes Wet Feet You’re probably not new to the phrase “moisture-wicking material” if you spend any time in the outdoors. And it’s a common one for a reason...
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  7. Injinji

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    On July 19, 2018

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    5 Pieces of Gear You Need for Trail Running vs. Road Running

    One of the joys of running is its simplicity—just you, your favorite sneakers and the wide-open road! But what about when you want to take your running routine off the pavement? As you venture into the world of trail running, the simple joys are still there, but your gear may need to get a little more complicated. Changing weather, unpredictable...
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  8. Injinji

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    On July 6, 2018

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    A Cool Adventure on a HOT Day: Courtney Dauwalter Talks Winning the 2018 Western States 100

    Ever wondered what it takes to win the oldest 100-mile race in the world? For 2018 Western States 100 winner, Courtney Dauwalter, it involved mental toughness, a positive attitude and the power of mashed potatoes. The first-time Western States competitor took a few moments to chat with us about what drew her to the race and her experience running this...
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  9. Injinji

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    On June 20, 2018

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    A Few Screws Short of the Hardware Store (AKA a Newbie Trains for Western States)

    My first Western States 100 is right around the corner. I feel like I’m sitting on a roller coaster waiting for it to launch into motion. I know a roller coaster is going to make me scared, shake me around, cause some nausea, and come to a screeching stop with me yelling “Wow. What a ride!” I have a hunch...
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  10. Injinji

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    On June 19, 2018

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    Western States 100, Round 12: Meghan Laws Shares Why She Keeps Coming Back

    Ultra runner, coach, mom, hobby farmer, musician. These are all words that describe the talented, determined woman known as Meghan Laws. But what is it about the Western States 100 race that brings her back year after year? The 57 year old ultra runner took some time to chat with us recently—telling us about her life in running, how she...
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