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Women's Socks

Women's Socks
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Women’s Socks

No matter where life takes you, Feetures’ Women’s Sock Collection will keep your feet comfortable, blister-free, and fashionable. We spent 20 years engineering anatomically designed socks with superior support and targeted compression for every purpose imaginable. Our women’s active socks include the Elite, High Performance, Merino 10, Cycling, and Golf lines, with varying heights and cushion levels. These athletic socks provide unmatched support, comfort, compression, and injury protection to keep you on your feet through triathlons and 18-hole showdowns alike. That same performance-driven technology is now available in your daily life with our Everyday Collection, resulting in feet that stay comfortable, dry, and blister-free through multi-hour meetings and long days on your feet. When plantar fasciitis, diabetes, or swollen feet stop you in your tracks, turn to our Relief and Recovery collection for just the right amount of compression and support. Wherever you go and however you move, Feetures’ socks are engineered to help you train harder, last longer, and work smarter, without sacrificing style. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Women’s Sock Collection

However you choose to move, our mission is to engineer socks that help you perform your best. Part of that is helping you find the perfect fit, so we’ve put together some frequently asked questions about our women’s sock collection:

How long will these socks last?

Feetures socks are engineered to last, so all pairs come with a lifetime guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, or your socks wear out over time, we will replace them for free – no questions asked. To keep your socks in top shape, we recommend that you turn them inside out, machine wash on cold, and tumble dry on low.

Is there a left sock and a right sock?

All of our socks except the high performance line are designed specifically for your left or right foot. This helps achieve our custom-like fit, which keeps them from slipping down and prevents blisters. Don’t worry – they’re labeled with “L” and “R,” so you’ll always know which is which.

What’s the difference between High Performance and Elite?

Both lines offer superior comfort and moisture wicking, but the difference lies in the amount of compression and the anatomical design. Our Elite socks feature targeted compression and are specifically tailored for the left and right foot. Our High Performance socks, while snug, provide a lower degree of compression and are not designated for the left and right foot.

What makes your no show socks better than other no show or low-rise socks?

Most low-rise socks fit loosely, meaning that they slip, slide, and bunch up in your shoe, putting you in constant discomfort. Feetures’ no-show socks are anatomically designed to fit each foot with targeted compression. They also have silicone heel-hugging technology, so they never slide down.

Do your Relief and Recovery socks hurt to wear?

While our relief and recovery socks should be snug to promote blood flow and reduce swelling, it should never hurt to wear them. If you find that any of our socks are painful to wear, it most likely means that you need to size up or that the level of compression is too high for your needs.