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Drymax Lite Trail Run 1/4 Crew Socks offer all the anti-blister benefits of Drymax socks in a thinner version of the very popular Trail Sock. While thinner, the Lite Train Run's still provide adequate protection when spending hours out on the trail.


  • Grey/Black 


  • Medium-thin sock with dense protective padding underfoot
  • Double welt to increase leg and foot protection
  • Shoe seal reduces debris entering shoe
  • Drymax's dual layer system offers superior moisture management and quick drying time
  • Unique vented arch band and and breathable mesh panels on top help keep feet dry
  • Anti-Blister System consists of seamlessly smooth interior and flat toe seams
  • 3D Advanced Fit with based specially developed 3D models for superior fit
  • Y-heel enhance fit and help prevent socks from slipping
  • Active Odor Control via MicroZap™ silver in Drymax fibers helps fight bacteria growth


  • 65% Drymax/Olefin / 20% Polyester / 8% Nylon / 7% Elastane

Sock Performance Characteristics

Sock Thickness What's this?

  • Extra Thin
  • Thin
  • Medium
  • Thick
  • Extra Thick

Sock Height What's this?

  • No Show
  • Low
  • Quarter
  • Crew
  • Knee High

Customer Reviews

Comments: I wore these socks on a 15 mile trail run in January in Maryland. I ran through two steams purposely getting my feet wet; initially my feet were cold, within two minutes of the stream crossings my feet were dry and warm. I highly recommend these socks. In the past I have worn wool trail running socks, the Drymax socks are definitely much better.
From: Robert, Aberdeen, MD

Comments: If you're looking for a hot or even warm weather sock, I would choose a lighter option. I went on a 30 minute run this morning, the temps were in the 70's, and my feet were very hot and uncomfortable. The socks were also pretty wet as my feet perspired more than usual in these. However, the fit is a great and the fabric is comfortable. They might make a good winter sock.
From: Korey, Ashland, OR, USA

Comments: Great trail socks! They do work in hot weather as well, keeping your feet reasonably dry and blister-free, and draining well after creek crossings or mud patches. I wear them from spring till frost, and I am very happy with them. They also clean nicely, getting rid of debris and mud which might have accumulated inside the socks during the run. I run 40-50 mpw on rocky, gnarly trails, and have done ultramarathon trail runs in them without problems.
From: Marie, Boalsburg, PA