What is the GripLock™ Sock and What are the Benefits?

Posted by Amey Hellen on

Here at Sockmine we think that it is important that every runner owns a pair of socks that are comfortable and do not let you blister. That is why today we wanted to let you know about our GripLock  socks and what benefits they can bring to you. 

What is GripLock™? 

The GripLock™ sock is our own patented and innovative design which was created to solve the big issue that all runners dread, blisters. As we all know blisters are caused by friction between the skin and fabric over a period of time. That is why it is important to get footwear that exactly fits you, not just the shoes but the socks as well, as they have just as much to blame for those painful blisters too. The purpose of the GripLock™ sock is to minimise the friction from your feet, which in turn prevents you from getting blisters. 

What are the Benefits of Wearing GripLock Socks? 

  • Minimises movement – Our GripLock socks are elasticated and include extra padding on the heels and toes to ensure ultimate comfort, control and faith in your socks. 
  • Breathability – To make sure your feet stay dry and cool, we use COOLMAX® technology for extra breathability while you run. 
  • Further and faster for longer – We designed the GripLock sock to give you the ultimate fit and control, which helps you to perform better for longer. 


Where Can I Get GripLock™ Socks? 

Our GripLock Socks are available on our website now, we have a variety of styles and colours to choose from. Access them here: https://sockmine.co.uk/collections/griplock 


Let us know what you think about our GripLock™ Socks in the comments below or through our social medias: 

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