Nike Everyday Plus Cushion Sock

Nike Everyday Plus Cushion Sock

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Cushioned training sock
  • 3-pack 
  • 5 colors available
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Extra cushioning under heel and forefoot
  • Supportive arch band
  • Dri-FIT technology
  • 3-pack
  • 60-day return policy
What needs improvement ...
  • Slide down
  • Material percentages vary depending on color
  • Runners preferred for everyday wear, not runs

Product Summary

The Nike Everyday Plus Cushion sock is a no-show sock made with cotton, polyester, and spandex blend designed for both everyday wear and training. These socks are sold in three packs and available in 5 color options.

The sock features extra cushioning under the heel and forefoot. There is also a supportive arch band and reinforced heel and toe for durability. The sock features Dri-FIT technology to help to keep feet dry and comfortable.

The Everyday Plus Cushion socks have mixed reviews. Customers thought that the socks were a nice material that was comfortable. They enjoyed the soft feel without adding too much thickness. Negative reviewers found that the socks had a poor fit and were prone to sliding down into the shoe. Runners preferred these socks for everyday wear rather than their runs, and multiple runners experienced blisters.

Specs

Material

65-72% cotton, 26-33% polyester, 2% spandex

Height

No-show

Color(s)

5

Sizes

S-XL (4-13 women), (6-15 men)

Care

Machine-wash

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      Summary

      The Nike Everyday Plus Cushion Sock is an affordable option that many runners people preferred for everyday use rather than training.