One good turn deserves another. I’ve been enjoying my second pair of Feetures socks even more than the first.
You know how a lot of runners have that certain shirt or pair of socks that they are bummed about when it’s in the dirty laundry and not ready for their run? That’s how I’ve gotten to be with the Feetures PF Relief sock.
“PF” is plantar fasciitis, which, like so many other runners, I have unfortunately developed the last couple months.
I’ve tried just about everything. The kind of hideous-looking recovery sandal from OOFOS (but with good arch support), KT tape, rolling my foot out, physical therapy, a podiatrist, etc., etc. Especially since I am trying multiple things at once, it can be hard to say what all is working and what is not, but these socks with their intense compression have been a welcome companion on my runs.
There’s so much compression that they’re a little tricky to get on! In fact, when I first put them on I noticed some thread stretching/thinness where the heel goes in to the rest of the sock. Maybe an inevitability given the compression?
My contact at Feetures told me that seam stretch is normal. She said, “It’s a result of the Y-Heel construction of the sock and is more evident in the PF sock than some of our others!”
I worried about the sock unraveling, but after dozens of runs, everything is secure.
I generally prefer no-show socks, but I like the quarter sock I have here, since it gives me more sock to hold on to when I get it on. Here’s another view:
There are “L” and “R” socks in each pair, so you’re always putting the same one on each foot. I am a size 13, and the XL sock (12.5+) has been true to size—a perfect fit, in fact. The sock is 88% polyester and 12% spandex.
There are four different PF relief socks now, in black and white. Check them out here.
My only complaint about this sock is the price point: $29.99. Feetures is a great company and, from all I can tell, a worthy place to spend money, and these socks are my new favorites, but $30 for a pair of socks is tough to swallow.
I’m not sure if these socks will come down in price. I hope they do. At the same time, runners looking for PF relief are willing to try just about anything. The “lifetime guarantee” on this sock doesn’t hurt either.
And I just learned about an affiliate program Feetures has, so if you are a new, would-be customer and want $10 off—on that sock or any other—clicking here will give you a discount.
Thanks to the good folks at Feetures for the review sample, provided without any expectation as to the content of this review.
2 thoughts on “Feetures Plantar Fasciitis Sock: My New Favorite”
I show up at your blog site eager to learn of some recently discovered insight from the LXX and what do I find? A review on socks. 🙂 Can’t get more practical than that as we “walk with the Lord.”
Plantar Fasciitis is a common problem, but it gives much pain in the bottom of heel. During this problem, person needs to warm up and wear compression socks. Compression socks helps to stabilize the foot and create its arches. Thanks for sharing!