- Double Layer Perfect for Running & Hiking
- Single Layer Perfect for Walking & Running
- Cold Weather (Closeouts)
- CoolMesh II
- Coolmesh II (Closeouts)
- Coolmesh II Patriotic *NEW*
- Coolmesh II Stripes
- Coolmesh II Stripes (Closeouts)
- Endurance (Closeouts)
- Escape (Closeouts)
- Fuel (Closeouts)
- KIDS Coolmesh II
- KIDS Coolmesh II (Closeouts)
- KIDS Coolmesh II Patriot *NEW*
- KIDS Escape *New*
- Merino Coolmesh II *NEW*
- Merino Stride
- Running II
- Running II (Closeouts)
- Silver Stride (Closeouts)
- Stride (Closeouts)
- Xtra Wide (Closeouts)
Made in the Triad
Recently WRIGHTSOCK was featured on the WFMY’s Channel 2, Greensboro, “ Made in the Triad”. Learn more about our company from inside the plant!
Thank you so much for making such a truely amazing product! I have been wearing the cool mesh since 2005 when I ran my first marathon and they are fantastic.
The quality is unbelievable. I wanted to write and tell you that I have just had to throw my old ones and buy new ones again after nearly 4 years of wearing them daily!
I just received them and noticed you have changed the design. Brilliant, the tab is higher at the back!!!!! Keep up the great work, I will add you to my facebook now and spread the word! A very satisfied customer."
However the true test of your fibers were apparent on July 4th as I was running in a 10K here in Cincinnati. The temperature at the start was 71 and at the end 80. But the humidity was 100%....
At the end of the race and after a warm down run, I noticed my shoes felt wet, and I had not poured any water on my feet.
The interesting part was the area on the outside of the sock and against the shoe was wet while the inside layer was relatively dry. Also, NO BLISTERS!"
I realized when I came back from a recent hike that I wasn't in the usual hurry to get my boots and socks off."
E.U., North Carolina
I first tried [competitor brand], thinking they would do the trick. But after a few washings and enough sweat, they blistered my feet. Only the WRIGHTSOCKs held up, and still are a year and a half later."