Hey guys! Today we’ve hooked up with Injini to celebrate the relaunch of their beautiful new website by giving away a pair of their athletic toe socks from their brand new 2.0 line.

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What’s the most amazing view your feet have taken you to?

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Injinji Toe SocksInjinji is a company dedicated to the health and performance of feet. We believe our toesocks can truly benefit people in every athletic pursuit, as well as just making the journey of life a bit more comfortable. For over ten years, Injinji has evolved into a community of athletes from all sports and skill levels who believe in taking action and pushing personal physical boundaries. We run, train, compete, and live in a variety of footwear. This passion and feeling of community is emanated in everything we do.

#ToesocksOrNoSocks #anyshoe @injinji

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About The Author

Lauren Rains is the editor at large of Outdoor Minded Mag. She is struck by wanderlust, and spends most waking hours of her life either exploring the outdoors around the globe or working on various passion projects be it film to microadventures to cooking chili. You can read about her adventures in life, biz and travel on her blog TheMadToLive.com, and catch up with her on Twitter at @LaurRAINS.

12 Responses

  1. Mike Sands

    Most amazing view my feet ever took me… to the top of Long’s Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park, one of Colorado’s 14ers.

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  2. Beth

    The most amazing view my feet have taken me to was the summit of Mt. Washington (Oregon). It was amazing to look out and see the Willamette Valley to the west, the desert to the east, and the mountains north and south!

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  3. Theresa J

    My feet have taken me to the top of Koko Head where my family and I had the most amazing 360 view of Oahu

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  4. Ethos Adventures

    Sunrise from the top of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. Hiked all night and waited out the hour before the sun came up before witnessing the sun pour over the valley floor inch by inch. Breath-taking.

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  5. Pam

    The ancient rock formation of the Bungle Bungles in Western Australia. First from an open sided helicopter and then hiking into the amazing Cathedral Gorge. Spectacular!

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  6. Eileen Ting

    every step of the 80km Rees Dart trail – a breathtaking alpine, backcountry trail in NZ, through dense beech forests, through valleys carved by glaciers, up to a snow-covered mountain saddle, and they even witnessed an epic rock avalanche!

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