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I wear an 8.5 and I wear the medium. Not sure if that helps. I like my socks to fit snug and not slink down into the shoe. Prevents me from getting blisters.
Amazon Customer
· January 19, 2018
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I can't say the exact sizes for sure, but I ordered a small and wear a shoe size 6.5. I think the small would be up to 7 because there is still some room enough for a half size. I would think med would be 7-8, large 9-10 and so on
Lauren
· April 4, 2015
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yes
Charlotte Christiansen
· June 12, 2017
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Yes
James M Gibson
· July 8, 2017
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there is no cotton; check Belaga website for info on their fibers.
Ka P.
· May 17, 2014
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Haven't tried the Nike Dri-FIT socks, so I can't comment on those, but I have tried other socks and haven't found any that I like better than these from Balega (although there are a couple of other brands at a similar price point that I like just as well). These have a nice amount of padding in the areas where I need t… see more Haven't tried the Nike Dri-FIT socks, so I can't comment on those, but I have tried other socks and haven't found any that I like better than these from Balega (although there are a couple of other brands at a similar price point that I like just as well). These have a nice amount of padding in the areas where I need the most protection from impact and the friction that causes blisters while still having areas that allow airflow. The tab plays an important role in preventing the chafing that can cause blisters on the Achilles tendon. The socks play a very important role, but I would agree that shoe selection (and the insole/support structure) is slightly more important. Things like arch support, heel drop, cushion level, etc. all play a factor - you might be surprised at how much difference a change of +/- 4mm in heel drop makes. I would recommend a gait analysis and shoe fitting from a running store if you are buying your first pair. After that you should have a good idea of what you need in a running shoe and can shop around. You probably won't find the cheapest price at a running store that does those things, but for some people it makes a huge difference in whether or not they stick to running. If your feet (or knees or back) hurt during or after your run, you'll probably quit. Since you can buy quality running shoes from so many places these days, some people discount how much difference the right pair of shoes makes when it comes to running. Another thing, some stores offer insoles that are custom molded to fit your feet (they normally cost about 70% of the price of the shoes themselves so that can be a tough pill to swallow). Not everyone needs these, but if you do then the difference is amazing. see less Haven't tried the Nike Dri-FIT socks, so I can't comment on those, but I have tried other socks and haven't found any that I like better than these from Balega (although there are a couple of other brands at a similar price point that I like just as well). These have a nice amount of padding in the areas where I need the most protection from impact and the friction that causes blisters while still having areas that allow airflow. The tab plays an important role in preventing the chafing that can cause blisters on the Achilles tendon. The socks play a very important role, but I would agree that shoe selection (and the insole/support structure) is slightly more important. Things like arch support, heel drop, cushion level, etc. all play a factor - you might be surprised at how much difference a change of +/- 4mm in heel drop makes. I would recommend a gait analysis and shoe fitting from a running store if you are buying your first pair. After that you should have a good idea of what you need in a running shoe and can shop around. You probably won't find the cheapest price at a running store that does those things, but for some people it makes a huge difference in whether or not they stick to running. If your feet (or knees or back) hurt during or after your run, you'll probably quit. Since you can buy quality running shoes from so many places these days, some people discount how much difference the right pair of shoes makes when it comes to running. Another thing, some stores offer insoles that are custom molded to fit your feet (they normally cost about 70% of the price of the shoes themselves so that can be a tough pill to swallow). Not everyone needs these, but if you do then the difference is amazing.
Anymouse
· January 16, 2017
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yes, One pair.
Revel Sports
Seller · March 15, 2017
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No, I don't believe the white sock is any different than the others. At least the ones that I bought were the same thickness.
it girl
· July 26, 2014
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Hidden comfort are thick on the bottom and very comfortable
Deborah Davis
· October 6, 2016
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Absolutely
Maureen G.
· March 10, 2014