Farm to Feet Socks Giveaway

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Great news – today is another giveaway!

Farm to Feet was one of the sponsors of the Cayuga Trails 50. Honestly, I had never heard of the company until that point. However, I was pleasantly surprised when I checked my race packet and there was a pair of socks included! As you know by now, I love race swag.

I tried the socks out after I had recovered from the race, and they did not disappoint. They fit well, had a seamless toe closure and provided just the right amount of cushion.

I checked out the Farm to Feet website to find out a little more information. The socks are 100% made in the U.S.A. of 100% U.S. materials. Not only that, Farm to Feet offers a variety of options! On the site, it recommends air-drying them, but I throw mine in the dryer (on low) and they’ve been holding up great! These socks can be used for training or racing and I’ve found them to be great in hot weather (I suspect they will do just fine in cold weather too).

For a more extensive review, check out this post from outdoor gear tester Layne Oliver.

Still not convinced? Simon Donato and Paul Trebilcock wore Farm to Feet socks on Boundless when they tackled the Caballo Blanco Ultra (this originally aired on ESQTV on June 3rd – it will be shown again on July 27th at 2pm and July 28th at 7pm).

I get it. You want the giveaway. Here it is. I contacted Farm to Feet and they generously hit me back with ten pairs of socks (five for the fellas and five for the ladies).

Greensboro 1/4 Crew Large (Fits Men's Size 9-11.5)

Greensboro 1/4 Crew Large (Fits Men’s Size 9-11.5)

Greensboro Women's Low (Fits Women's Size 7-9.5)

Greensboro Women’s Low
(Fits Women’s Size 7-9.5)

Here is what you need to do to get a pair:

1) Click through to the Farm to Feet website and check out their socks – you won’t be disappointed.

2) Leave a comment below – tell me your favorite race and why. Also, include whether you want a pair of men’s socks or a pair or women’s socks.

The first three fellas and first three ladies will get a pair of socks!

But wait!! There’s more!! At the end of the day (11:59PM EST), I will pick two more fellas and two more ladies to also receive a pair of socks. All of the sock recipients will be mentioned in tomorrow’s blog post. Get it? Got it? Good.

Restrictions:
1) No more than one pair of socks per person
2) I won’t ship internationally – sorry!

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16 Responses to Farm to Feet Socks Giveaway

  1. Indianoplis marathon/half marathon in October. It’s a great course that winds through a state park. The leaves are changing colors and it’s always on the cooler side because of the time of year! It isn’t super crowded and it’s just a great race!
    Ladies please! :-). Thanks!

  2. laurelleg says:

    I haven’t actually run it yet but I am so excited for my first half marathon at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon in Philly in September. After just starting running last summer this is something I never even imagined I would be able to do so the challenge is so motivating for me. I am running it with my sister and it has been great having her to train with! Ladies please!

  3. Right now, my favorite race has been the Rock ‘n’ Roll 1/2 Arizona b/c I worked really, really hard for that sub 2 hour and got it! 😀 Ladies, por favor!

  4. Hollie says:

    My favorite race is the Shamrock series. They have the best swag and I always have the best time.

    The socks look awesome. I love the ladies super stripes and I would love to win some ladies socks.

  5. My favorite race is the shamrock shuffle in chicago! Even though it’s super crowded, it really kicks off the chicago race season and it’s just so much FUN. love it!

    i’m always in need of socks, so i’d love to win a ladies pair!

  6. Epi Ren says:

    Male socks for me, please.

    My favorite race is the Miami marathon. Miami’s weather is beautiful 364 out of 365 days. Sure, it can get hot and muggy, but looking at the ocean and feeling the breeze off of it is cooling. Ending the race and then dipping into the ocean is great for recovery. Then you go to Little Havana, have some mojitos and delicious Cuban food, and party the rest of the weekend. After all, it’s Miami. What else are you going to do?

  7. karen G says:

    The Flying Pig marathon! I love Cincinnati! And as my first 26.2, it will always have a place in my heart. 😉 Plus, after the race, there is nothing better than a Skyline “Three Way!”

    Love the ladies socks! 🙂

  8. My favorite race is: Hmmm…such a tough question. So far, I think my favorite race has been the Horsetooth Half in Fort Collins, CO. I’ve run it 3 times. It’s challenging but beautiful! It was also my first half a few years ago. (It also ends at a brewery… so what more could ya’ ask for??)

    Ladies socks!

  9. Dan says:

    I’ve never done a race but I’m considering the Empire State Marathon in October! Men’s – thanks!

  10. masher52 says:

    I’m a huge fan of the Rite Aid Cleveland race weekend, ran the half three times and it never disappoints!

    Ladies, please!

  11. Robin says:

    My favorite race: NYC Marathon! It’s a big city race that has a big hullabaloo surrounding it, which honestly isn’t my favorite, but it has a special place in my heart since it was my first marathon, one of few races I’ve run more than once, and since I *love* NYC. Every stretch of the course carries so many memories, and I love how it is can also serve as an ethnic tour of NYC (one of my fav NYT features: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/11/05/nyregion/the-evolving-neighborhoods-along-the-marathon.html).

    womens’ socks, please! 🙂

  12. Shawna says:

    these socks look great! my fave race i’ve done was probably the Mohawk Hudson marathon or the Brooklyn Half.

  13. Dan Stover says:

    My favorite race is always the Turkey Trot…excellent excuse to enjoy a glutinous meal afterwards. I’d prefer the men, but I could also find a home for women’s.

  14. Jeri says:

    Green Bay Marathon! And ladies plz.

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