Best Nike Socks For Sweaty Feet in 2021
NIKE Unisex Performance Cushion Low Rise Socks with Bag (6 Pairs), Black/White, Large
Nike Men's Dri-Fit Cushioned No-Show Socks Large (shoe size 8-12) (White)
- Dri-Fit pull away sweat to keep you cool and comfortable
- Supportive fit with arch compression
- Reinforced heel and toe for enhanced durability
- No-Show 6 pair
Nike Everyday Cushion Crew Socks, Unisex Nike Socks, Black/White, M (Pack of 6 Pairs of Socks)
- SWEAT-WICKING SOCKS: Sweat-wicking fabric pulls perspiration away from the skin to help keep your feet stay dry and comfortable.
- TERRY SOLE: Nike socks feature a terry sole providing extra comfort and impact absorption for footdrills and lifts; the ideal athletic sock for all your training.
- REDUCED SLIPPAGE: The high-friction yarn in the footbed of these Nike athletic socks helps reduce slippage so you can power through your workouts.
- CREW SOCKS: Nike crew socks have a crew silhouette providing a comfortable fit around the calf that won't slip during workouts.
- PRODUCT DETAILS: Machine wash, imported, fabric: 67% cotton/30% polyester/2% spandex/1% nylon (material percentages may vary, check label for actual content)
Nike Kids' Everyday Cushion Crew Socks (6 Pairs), White/Black, Medium
- GIRLS & BOYS NIKE SOCKS: The Nike Everyday Cushion kids' socks are designed with Dri-FIT fabric and spandex for a comfortable secure fit.
- CUSHIONED COMFORT: The boys and girls' socks offer strategically placed cushions, targeting key impact areas for increased comfort. Sock provides stretch recovery to hold shape and improve fit.
- BREATHABLE DESIGN: Mesh fabric on youth Nike sock enhances ventilation and mobility while cotton fabric provides a soft comfortable feel.
- CREW SILHOUETTE: The boys and girls' socks offer a crew silhouette for ideal coverage around the ankle and calf. Arch band contours around foot for a locked-in fit.
- GIRLS & BOYS CREW SOCKS: Imported, machine wash, solid fabric: 80% cotton/13% polyester/5% nylon/2% spandex, heather fabric: 75% cotton/21% polyester/5% nylon/2% spandex
NIKE Unisex Performance Cushion Quarter Training Socks (3 Pairs), Black/White, Large
- Reinforced heel and toe for enhanced durability in high-wear areas
- Dri-FIT technology helps your feet stay dry and comfortable
- Arch support for a snug, secure fit
- Please click on Size Chart link for men's and women's sizing
NIKE Kids' Unisex Everyday Max Cushion Crew Socks (3 Pairs), Black/Anthracite/White, Small
- Dri-FIT Technology helps keep feet dry and comfortable
- Ribbed cuffs for a snug fit; crew-cut design sits at the calf
- Reinforced heel and toe for durability in high-wear areas; arch compression for support and comfort
- Sold as a three-pair pack
Men's Nike DRI-FIT 6-pk. Low-Cut Performance Socks, S 8-12 (BLACK) (BLACK)
- Perform your best. Step up your game in comfort with these men's Nike low-cut socks and their moisture-wicking technology.
- PRODUCT FEATURES 6-pack Low-cut design Nike Dri-FIT fabric helps you stay dry and comfortable Targeted cushioning zones Breathable mesh at the top for enhanced ventilation Arch band contouring FIT & SIZING
- Fits shoe sizes: 8-12 FABRIC & CARE Polyester, cotton, nylon, spandex Machine wash Imported
Nike No Show Performance Socks White Large | 8-12 Men/10-13 Women
- 6 Pair | Shoe Size - 8-12 Men's/ 10-13 Women's | Large
- Enhanced fit with mid-foot arch compression.
- Reinforced heel and toe for enhanced durability.
- Moisture-wicking cotton keep feet dry and comfortable.
- Cushioned terry foot for comfort and shock absorption.
Nike Men's Dri-Fit Cushioned Socks
NIKE Kids' Unisex Everyday Cushioned Ankle Socks (6 Pairs), White/Black, Medium
- Dri-FIT technology helps keep feet dry and comfortable
- Extra cushioning for added comfort
- Mesh at top of foot for breathable comfort
Sweaty Bankers: Still Soaking in Icelandic Waters During Global Financial Crisis
In 2020, the three major banks in Iceland collapsed within a week. This crisis highlighted mistakes I had made in my financial decisions. Iceland is teaching me when to accept responsibility for the global financial crisis in my own accounts.
I was filming a children's television show in China when I found out about the crisis. The assistant director pulled us together to tell us they were trying to wire our salaries into our US bank accounts, but the Hong Kong banks had red flags on some of our banks saying that they were in trouble. My bank was one of them.
News of the financial crisis had started to reach us. There were stories of banks collapsing and even a country near collapse: Iceland. All of the banks failed there, but who has money in Iceland? Me. Through another TV puppetry job I had worked in Iceland for about two years and deposited most of my money in Icelandic bonds.
I got this idea while sweating in the electric blue waters of the Blue Lagoon. I started chatting to an american banker who specialized in Icelandic bonds. He told me about the amazing interest rates and so I checked into it. I invested for a few years and in the course of one week, it disappeared. The banks were seized by the government. In retrospect, I'm thinking maybe it's not such a good idea to take investment advice from a sweaty banker.
When the British and Dutch citizens lost their money, their governments stepped in and reimbursed them. Then the governments turned to Iceland and wanted them to pay them back. This would be like me taking a cash advance from my credit card and then sending Iceland the bill. Unfortunately, this isn't far from what I did.
I applied for several 0% interest rate credit cards at the time and figured instead of the banks making money on interest, I would. Rather than take money out of my account in Iceland, I paid for things with these 0% credit cards. My plan was that I would pay off the cards once the introductory offer was over and pocket the profit on interest. This would have worked, except when it came time to pay, I no longer had access to the funds in Iceland. I'm not suing Iceland for it though. Part of the lesson for me is knowing when to take responsibility and when not to.
The people of Iceland are one of the few who voted "No deal" when asked to cover these losses. While other countries are busy with bailouts, they refuse to accept responsibility for the bad decisions of their private bankers.
It may be that the three of us (England, The Netherlands, and me), just need to have more patience. The president of Iceland and the prime minister both say that the sale of assets from the failed bank Landsbanki should be enough to repay those countries. As for me, my accounts have reappeared in a newly formed bank and it will just take time for the currency exchange to recover enough for me to get back some of my investment. We may just have to take responsibility and soak in the crisis a bit longer. Splashing around in the water isn't going to make much difference.