They are good but NIKE should do them better. Some people find them to be too short and slide down while running (usually a problem for taller people).
- Dry-fit fabric keps feet dry.
- They stay put and don’t rub.
- They are comfortable, but fairly thick.
- Fairly low compression.
It goes without saying that Nike is a well-known brand in the sports industry. They have so many sports related products that you’ll wonder more why they have not gone deep enough into the compression socks market than if they have. But while they have not gone “all the way” in this segment of the sports market, it will be a mistake to ignore their Nike Elite OTC Compression socks despite the price. The Poly/Nylon/Elastane Elite OTC socks makes a blend that offers the same breathability and moisture-wicking ability of the C+D socks. But its uniqueness lies in the specific fit of the individual sock to either left or right foot. Nike had its own success with its Pro Core compression shorts and that success has established the fact that this giant knows its way around with compression garments as well.
NIKE Elite Graduated Compression OTC Running Socks, Black/Yellow, US11
- 52% Nylon 32% Polyester 6% Spandex