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Gaiam Grippy Yoga Sock And Glove Set

Gaiam Grippy Yoga Sock And Glove Set

rating star Luke warm

By Ingrid from Chico, CA on 7/19/2014

Size: NA

I found that the socks are uncomfortable on my feet. The little grippy dots bore into the bottom of my foot and I''ll have to wear socks under them. That was a bit disappointing. Other than that, I guess they were a good value for the money, which wasn''t much. They''re certainly light weight and will come in handy for traveling. Much easier than schlepping a mat around.

Ocean & Earth Waterproof Wallet

Ocean & Earth Waterproof Wallet

rating star Keeps Contents Dry

By Brian from Loganville, GA on 7/18/2014

Size: NA

I''ve had this a week or so and so far it has kept my sports stopwatch completely dry by the side of the pool when I''m timing my laps. The pouch is perfectly clear (heavy duty vinyl) so I can work the stopwatch from the outside of the pouch and not a drop of moisture has gotten in. This should greatly extend the life of my stopwatch. I can see where this would be a good thing to protect watches, cell phones, keys, wallets, etc. at the beach or anywhere there is sand and water.

Toesox Half-Toe with Grip Yoga Socks

Toesox Half-Toe with Grip Yoga Socks

rating star WOW

By yogagrandma from Rockton, IL on 7/16/2014

Size: TRUE

Bought these socks to keep my feet warm in yoga/barre strength classes and walking in the health club. The open toes and bottom grip dots features are the best. Takes a bit of time to work sock over each toe but its worth it. Classmates have inquired about them and have wondered if they were comfortable. They are comfortable, fit snug but not tight. Good bye cold feet and full toe socks.

Gaiam Grippy Yoga Sock And Glove Set

Gaiam Grippy Yoga Sock And Glove Set

rating star Gloves are great, socks not as much

By Heidi from Sheridan, OR on 7/12/2014

Size: NA

I bought these for a male friend who complained of sliding off his mat during hot yoga (including heated vinyasa) no matter what he did. He said the gloves are phenomenal and made a world of difference. The socks were less helpful, because the motions of moving into and out of yoga poses would pull the socks off his toes and put his attention on holding them on, rather than on his practice.

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