How to choose your running socks

1/ CHOOSE YOUR SOCKS ACCORDING TO THE TYPE OF FIELD

KALENJI offers a wide range of choice designed to meet your expectations whatever your running field – road or trail

TRAIL RUNNING

Some of our socks will make your run more comfortable when it comes to uneven field and trail section. Those socks will give you a better ankle support, a better shock protection on your calves and will prevent you from sprainsCompression socks or sleeves will help you facilitate the blood backflow and to reduce your muscle fatigue. It will also help you to adapt quickly to different weather conditions and prevent you from injuries.

 

FLAT RUNNING

The flat running socks will meet different expectations more focused on comfort while running. Therefore, a special focus will be made on softness, lightness and breathability

2/ CHOOSE YOUR RUNNING SOCKS ACCORDING TO YOUR NEEDS

KALENJI offers a range of socks according to the intensity of your runs and your specific needs:

 

BREATHABILITY

Depending on the weather conditions and the intensity of your runs, a different thickness will be recommended in order to effectively wick away perspiration and make you feel more comfortable during more intensive runs.

In order to keep your feet stable, those socks have reinforced zones.

 

COMPRESSION

The KALENJI compression sleeves will help you to reduce your muscle fatigue and facilitate blood backflow.

 

LOW SOCKS

Flat running socks are generally lower in order to make you feel more comfortable while running.

 

 

Discover the full range of our women’s running socks & leg sleeves

Discover the full range of our men’s running socks & leg sleeves

 

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