I love to go to my yoga class each week. I do a ton of different kinds of workouts but that is really the one I look forward to hands down. It is so relaxing for me....it gives me an opportunity to recharge my batteries and stretch out my muscles. Last year I bought my mom yoga socks and she just loved using them for her own classes. I kept forgetting to buy my own so I was thrilled to try these Halosports Yoga Socks recently. I am always open to fitness accessories that can help me perform better and feel more confident. Flexibility and stability are paramount in yoga so most socks typically have a half hole or full toe cover for each of your toes to poke through. This helps to ensure stability.
These comfortable socks are made with organic cotton and keep my feet dry during exercising. They stick well to my yoga mat. I definitely feel increased balance and flexibility. I think the five-toe design promotes toe separation for better flexibility and strength. Friction and moisture between toes is reduced so I worry less about foot fungus. An arch support band helps to lift the arches and give them additional support. The fitted heel stops socks from twisting, turning or even worse--sliding down.
These are a hygienic alternative to bare feet. You can just wear them as dance socks, slipper socks or when you travel. Toeless socks are perfect as pedicure socks. They are even machine washable for easy care. They have a definitive non-slip sole for security and tiny bubbles on bottom of sock massage pressure points and creating good floor grip.
They come in Size S-M. Women size 5-10, Men size 4-9. You even get Bonus Yoga videos.
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