Gaiam All Grip Yoga Socks Pink Dots, Medium/Large

Gaiam All Grip Yoga Socks Pink Dots, Medium/Large

Gaiam All Grip Yoga Socks Pink Dots, Medium/Large

  • Small/Medium: Women?s shoe 5-10 / Men?s shoe 4-9
  • All Grip. No Slip. Perfect for travel, at home or at the studio.
  • 81% Cotton, 11% Nylon, 5% Polyester, 2% Rubber, 1% Spandex Exclusive of Decoration
  • Machine wash in cold water. Dry flat.
  • Yoga socks are a hygienic alterative to practicing Yoga in bare feet (e.g., reduces one?s chance of catching a foot fungus using a shared mat)

Put your entire sole into your yoga practice! Now you don’t even need your mat to get into those favorite poses. The five-toe targeted traction design of these socks gives you a non-slip surface anytime, anywhere, to increase balance and stability. Put your entire sole into your yoga practice! Now you don’t even need your mat to get into those favorite poses. The five-toe targeted traction design of these socks gives you a non-slip surface anytime, anywhere, to increase balance and stabili

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3 thoughts on “Gaiam All Grip Yoga Socks Pink Dots, Medium/Large

  1. 24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not great for advanced planking, August 22, 2011
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    MacchaMe (New York, NY) –

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    This review is from: Gaiam Yoga Socks (Sports)

    I purchased a pair of the Gaim All Grip and a pair of ToeSox on Amazon so I can compare the two products. I take a Pilates based Barre and Kettlebell class and do a lot of planks and pushups. These socks did NOT stay on my feet when I am planking or doing pushups and all my toes end up sliding out of the sock (not entirely but my toes definitely don’t stay in the toes part). Does not make for effective planking. ToeSox on the other hand stayed really put on my feet and provided the grip I needed. I am not sure if its because it was the wrong size, but I purchased a small for my size 6.5 feet and I even tried shrinking them in the wash. Still slipped out. If you don’t do such exercises, these socks are fine otherwise.

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  2. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Clammy feet on slippery mat, NO MORE!, January 9, 2012
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    I recently started taking yoga and on the first day I wore just regular socks knowing my clammy feet would be an issue, but NOT knowing how unsturdy on the mat I was in cotton socks, trying to hold positions like planking or downward facing dog. Then I tried taking a class without any socks, but again it was difficult doing the positions previously mentioned because my feet sweat and I was slipping all over the place. Embarrassing…

    Though I didn’t purchase this item from Amazon (I saw them in the yoga/pilates aisle at Target), I wanted to post a review anyway for anyone that else that may want to purchase these socks for a similar reason.

    I am a Women’s size 10 1/2 W (sometimes a 10, sometimes an 11) and the Small/Medium fits great, not too big nor small (to my surprise!). I stick like a fly on the wall with these socks. They’re comfortable, the sectioned toes don’t dig into my skin, my feet don’t get hot (they don’t get too cold either), and they conform nicely to the shape of the foot. I will say, though, that I don’t completely lift my feet when transitioning so they sweep along the mat a little, so sometimes the toes or heel may get a little twisted (which isn’t uncomfortable and EASILY fixable) but bottom line: They STAY ON! I read some reviews where the socks are slipping off their feet? Geez… unless they’re break-dancing, I can’t see how.

    Anyway, the size, the fit, and the stick do the job magnificently. I would recommend these socks for people with clammy feet or for people who just need a little extra grip to their mat.

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  3. 21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    I found them completely worthless for yoga class, January 9, 2010
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    Jan Dahlin Geiger “Author of ‘Get Your Assets… (San Antonio, TX USA) –
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    My feet are always freezing in yoga class and I could never wear socks because they’d slide all over my feet and slip on the mat and become really annoying. I thought I would solve that problem by buying these socks and was sorely disappointed. They were only slightly better than my cheapo socks, but at 10 times the price. Luckily I did find another brand that does have grippers on the bottom that really work, but don’t waste your money on these.

    I thought I would at least recycle them as house slippers but have found they are even worthless for that since they are pretty thin and of course very short, so they don’t keep my feet warm at all. Bummer…. total waste of money for me.

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