DexShell Running Socks Product News

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DexShell waterproof socks have gained real popularity within the trail and ultra running community in the past few years. The current range has 3 running specific models, although there are many other socks in the line that can be used for running too.

Running Lite Sock RRP £25.00

New for this season, the Running Lite is a longer, lighter, more flexible and better fitting update on the classic Running Sock. 

It has a drirelease lining to wick moisture and a durable but flexible nylon / polyester outer. Between these two layers is a Porelle waterproof breathable membrane that provides total protection against the elements. 

Running Sock RRP £25.00

Firmly established in the range, the Running Sock has a shorter length than the Running Lite and is a little thicker and therefore warmer. 

It has a Porelle membrane for waterproof breathable performance and a drirelease inner for great moisture management. They also have a close fit with elastic arch support to ensure they maintain a good fit even when wet. 

Compression Mudder Sock RRP £45

DexShell knee length socks have been popular in the ultra community for a while. They are great for trail and mountain running in nasty conditions and really come into thier own in boggy terrain or for situations like river crossings. 

The Compression Mudder Sock has mild, graduated compression to aid recovery along with a super soft and comfortable drirelease lining that wicks moisture and dries fast. The flexible and breathable Porelle membrane guarantees dry feet and the seamless toe construction makes for a great fit in running shoes. 

Ultra Thin Crew Sock RRP £23.00

Although not a specific running sock, the Ultra Thin Crew is incredibly versatile. It's a good choice for runners who prefer a thinner waterproof sock. 

The Ultra Thin Crew has an outer layer mix of polyamide and modal and a lining of 60% bamboo rayon to create a very flexible and comfortable sock. The crew length is perfect for all situations when a longer length isn't needed. 

For more information visit the DexShell website

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