Frequently Asked Questions

How are Toe Bumpers Sized?

Toe Bumpers offers One Size (OS) for men and (OS) for women's half socks.

The Women's One Size will fit a women's shoe size 5 to 9.5. Women larger than a size 9.5 shoe or with a bunion may want to size up to a men's sock.

Men's Toe Bumpers fit men's shoe sizes 5 to 12.


Can I put Toe Bumpers in the dryer?

You can wash and dry Toe Bumpers like any regular sock. They will not shrink if you tumble them dry on regular cycle.

Will Toe Bumpers Make my Feet Hot or Sweaty?

Toe Bumpers will not make your feet hot or sweaty in your shoes. They are made of:

  • 75% Cotton
  • 20% Polyester
  • 5% Spandex

The cushioning is only at the toe, and the body of the sock is thinner than a regular athletic sock, so it will not make your feet sweaty or change the fit or feel of your shoe.

Do I Need a Larger Size Shoe to Wear My Toe Bumpers?

You do not need to change your shoe size to wear Toe Bumpers.

They are designed to work in any athletic shoe where you are experiencing toe smashing or jamming into the front and top of your shoe.

The cushioning is only at the toe, and the body of the sock is thinner than a regular athletic sock, so it will not change the fit or feel of your existing athletic shoe.

How Are Toe Bumpers Different than Toe Socks for Runners?

Both Toe Bumpers seamless half socks and toe socks for runners provide a better shoe fit, fewer blisters, less sweat, and eliminate the unwanted friction in your shoe that causes runner's toe and black toenails.

Toe Bumpers are soft and flexible and designed to perform for long runs and sports that require repeated starting and stopping. Toe Bumpers are seamless and moisture-wicking to keep your feet dry and blister-free.

Toe Bumpers are a more efficient solution, as you can pop them over any athletic sock before you run or play. Both toe socks and Toe Bumpers eliminate unwanted friction and smashing of your toes in your shoe that can lead to turf toe and runner's toe.

It is a personal preference of which sock an athlete finds more comfortable.