Iniji – Perform smarter

Posted on September 9, 2008 by



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This site has been developed by Injinji Australia to provide information on adventure racing, mountain biking, trail running, bushwalking and simply “finding your path”. Oh, and it also has stuff about our products!  We hope you can contribute to building the content on our site – either by contributing a story, a product review, or perhaps submitting photos for our gallery. Race directors – please send your event information for our calendar by emailing us. Feel free to comment on any of the articles and let us know what you like or dislike.

About Injinji

In 1999, the Romay brothers set out to redesign the basic structure and shape of the regular sock. Their intentions were pure and simple: “We wanted to create the best possible interface that allowed the entire foot to perform naturally and freely inside our shoes, just like being barefoot. There had to be a way to combine the comfort and dexterity of bare feet with the protection of a seamless sock. Everything about the conventional tube sock works against your feet’s natural form and function.”Consider the difference between gloves and mittens: Mittens keep your fingers together to create a warmer, oven-like environment, while gloves offer less warmth but more dexterity. The same principles can be applied to our feet. Conventional socks force your toes to work together as one unit, creating unprotected friction, heat and moisture build up, and constricting the circulation of the foot. Have we been wearing mittens on our feet all this time?

The human foot has toes to facilitate proper balance, posture, and gripping. Each series of Injinji patented tetratsoks are specifically designed to enable your entire foot to perform naturally and efficiently from your heel to five toes inside your shoe. In addition, the tetratsok is an excellent interface to prevent common foot problems from developing; blisters, hotspots, moisture buildup, and neuromas caused by improper footwear and athletic form.

The transition has begun… use your toes.

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