Reviews for Thorlos XJ
11/12/17 | By Garret W.
I bought my first pair of Thorlo XJ socks about 25 year ago in a grocery store of all places, and have been wearing them almost exclusively ever since. They protect my feet and wear like iron. My only regret is that I didn't find them sooner. The company's commitment to American production is also important to me.
12/05/18 | By Alexis M.
These socks provide padding in all the right places. I wear them with all my walking/running shoes, and I won't wear any other kind of socks. They last for years no matter how many times they are washed. These are the best.
12/05/18 | By Carol S.
Like running even longer.
10/28/18 | By William A.
10/27/18 | By Stuart N.
Very comfortable, well padded with a good fit. Love them so much that I will probably use them for hiking as well.
10/20/18 | By Suzanne F.
Let’s continue to do nothing and offer the only thick cushion running sock manufactured in “old man” white. Does Thorlo even have a marketing department? If so, what do they do all day?! (I need that job) How about getting in the current century and offering these socks in black?
10/19/18 | By Myrna K.
Like I'm walking on a cloud. I've worn Thorlos for years and have recommended them to many people who also loved them. Because of plantar problem, I decided to order the thicker socks for more heel cushioning, and these new ones are wonderful. They are rather expensive for socks, but well worth every penny. I will continue to buy and wear them as well as recommend them.
10/12/18 | By Marshall R.
10/11/18 | By Arthir H.
I have worn these socks every day for more than 10 years. These are the only socks I can wear for 10-12 hours in boots or sneakers and not have a sore back at the end of the day. They are fabulous.
10/10/18 | By Wayne W.
I have started using the socks as I have Fat Pad Atrophy and it is helping me walk with out the pain in my heel. I'm using the socks with my new orthotic pads from my Podiatrist. The 2 seem to be working together.
10/06/18 | By Raymond B.
No slippage or bunching but simply walking on air.