Customer Reviews Of:
Swiftwick Sustain Low-Cut Running Socks - Ankle (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. One run in Swiftwick's Sustain running socks and you'll know: These babies were made for you. The superlight fabric wicks moisture and dries fast, but doesn't scrimp on stay-put support and compression.
Average Rating based on 5 reviews 4.800000 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by gs from montana on Monday, September 18, 2017Product is as advertised and has held up well enough to weekly running. My only complaint is they run a little small for those of us with big feet - my size is 12.5 and I feel like the sock should be a little higher on the ankle.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by SJG from NYC on Thursday, July 7, 2016Nice basic sock. Material is thin so if you want a sock with padding or cushioning, look elsewhere. I like the way the material slides into a running shoe. I also like the height: ankle high above the height of the shoe collar but not much higher. This size seems harder to find.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MomEof3 from Jersey Shore on Thursday, May 5, 2016Big fan - no slippage - great wickage
Verified Buyer Reviewed by On the run from Michigan on Wednesday, April 20, 2016Comfortable. No slipping while I run, but not too tight around the ankles. They also wash well.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Willozwisp from High Desert, NM on Tuesday, April 19, 201625-30 miles a week. Socks take a beating. A lot of desert sand. Abrasive environment. Holds up great and love the right around the ankle height. which Swiftwick calls a "One". These socks are comfortable, Not aware of them. Hold their shape. Lasts longer than all the other name brands I have tried. Nice compression socks and I am one of those who can fit in either the L or XL. For those in that borderline L or XL size range of 12, I found, given my foot configuration, that the XL works great and was easier to put on because of less compression in this larger size. It depends on the volume of your foot and how much compression you want or need. More in the L and less in the XL for my narrow foot with a high arch. They have redone the sizing description/standards, so STP does show the new dimensions for an XL and L accurately. They overlap at size 12. Don't let the packaging, that has the old sizing standards on it (XL starting @13.5), throw you off. it depends on how much compression you want or need for those in the borderline between the L and XL sizes. I have both sizes and it works for me. Did I mention Made in USA?