Most of the grip yoga socks I have tried have either had a closed toe with all of your toes together (like most socks) or an enclosed or open toe with each toe separated. The enclosed, separated toe socks I have tried felt constricting and awkward. The open, separated toe socks I have tried allowed more freedom of movement among my toes, but often irritated the skin between my toes and separated my toes more than I would like.
This is why I was interested in trying out the grip socks from Tucketts to see if their toeless design might work out better for me.
Now that I have been using them for a couple of weeks, I am definitely in love and thought it was about time that I share this with you!
Tucketts Grip Yoga Socks Review
- Tree-free, biodegradable, recyclable packaging
- Shipping envelopes made from post-consumer and post-industrial material
- A nude line that comes in five shades for more inclusivity
- Every pair you purchase supports the work of Move This World
- The company is certified by WBENC (Women’s Business Enterprise)
- The factory is part of a local clean production agreement
- The factory has ISO 14001 certification in environmental management
- The factory is committed to W.R.A.P. principles (World Wide Responsible Apparel Production)
Aside from their commitment to sustainability and having a positive impact in the world, Tucketts is committed to enhancing barefoot workouts with attractive, comfortable grip socks in a variety of styles and colors.
One way they enhance barefoot workouts is by freeing the toes with their toeless design. This allows for more mobility of the toes and more stability, since you can make small adjustments in toe placement to improve balance.
Another way they enhance barefoot workouts with their toeless grip yoga socks is to enhance the body-mind connection:
“Tucketts allows the toes to have full sensory contact with the ground, which strengthens the intrinsic musculature of the foot and provides direct contact with the earth.
The awareness of connection and freedom to make and feel constant, minor toe adjustments activates the connection with oneself.”
In fact, they are so cozy that I don’t just use them as yoga socks; I also like to just wear them around the house. I get to enjoy the feeling of walking around the house barefoot but without the constant slipping my uncoordinated self is prone to. This works out nicely for me.
I’m not finding anything not to like about these grip socks. I’m planning on getting at least one more pair, and I think you might want to try them out too – particularly if you regularly partake in barefoot workouts.
Just use this promo code at checkout to save 20% on your entire order on the Tucketts website. Yay!
If you do try them out, let me know what you think in the comments!