As well as choosing your shoes, a wise choice of running-trail socks allows you to take full advantage of all your outings.
Whatever your level, whether you are just starting to run a few kilometres or you are a regular on the "ultra trails", there are some important criteria to observe.
The number one enemy of runners is friction on the feet.
The friction multiplied hundreds or even thousands of times on the surface of the skin during long runs inevitably leads to painful blisters.
This is why Monnet running socks are designed as a real second skin that will perfectly adapt to the morphology of your feet
Our running socks have flat seams at the base of the toes (seamless touch) which is one of the most exposed areas during a run.
And just as you have a left and a right foot, Monnet running socks also have a left and a right sock (anatomic fit)!
It is absolutely essential that your socks "stick" to your foot perfectly to avoid creases or the effect of socks slipping under the sole. Thanks to well-located tightening zones (optimum foot fit), you will avoid this classic problem.
Support does not exclude finesse, on the contrary.
Our socks have very fine knitted areas designed to promote the evacuation of perspiration (ventilated yarn).
Protecting sensitive areas
These fine zones alternate with protective zones designed to protect the sensitive areas of your feet that are in direct contact with your shoes. These areas are your toes, heel and Achilles heel. A thicker, reinforced knit (tip protect) cushions the pressure on these areas of your feet.
100% Made in France
Monnet is a brand whose production is 100% Made in France. This means that each pair of socks is the result of a rigorous process of technological creation and design where every detail counts to guarantee the satisfaction of each of our customers.
To prolong the life of your running socks here are some useful tips
Wash your socks in the washing machine on a 30° programme, especially wool socks. Use a low spin speed. Air dry them, do not use a tumble dryer as this will damage the fibres in them. Use detergents and cleaning products that contain as many natural ingredients as possible to preserve the nature of the fibres. Do not iron them.