What is INFIKNIT and how does it work?
INFIKNIT is Stance's newest core innovation that guarantees durability for life! Each INFIKNIT sock contains a premium yarn construction that specifically targets areas of high friction for an all-new super strong standard in durability.
A few things to note.
- It is our most durable fibre to date
- Our socks are made of a proprietary blend of fibres that adds durability to areas that experience the most friction
- Products with INFIKNIT typically last longer than products without it.
We also offer a lifetime guarantee on these products. You can find more information about it here.READ FULL ARTICLE
Where is the INFIKNIT on the sock?
INFIKNIT has been added to areas that experience the most friction. For casual products, it’s in the heel and the toe. For performance products, it’s in the heel, toe and forefoot and sometimes the ankle.READ FULL ARTICLE
What makes INFIKNIT more durable?
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The nylon that is used in INFIKNIT has a higher filament count which is a dense, more compact nylon yarn that gives it higher tensile strength. The extrusion process of our INFIKNIT nylon adds a substantial level of texture to the nylon that cannot be seen by the naked eye but increases abrasion resistance significantly.
Is INFIKNIT comfortable?
INFIKNIT was developed to be indistinguishable from a regular sock. We want you to look and feel the same so the only difference between the two is that any product that contains INFIKNIT will have increased durability!
How can I tell a sock has INFIKNIT?
Areas with INFIKNIT will have a distinguishable contrasting twist in the material, so you'll be able to see this in the sock! We've also added a specific logo to the inside of the sock welt.
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Is the INFIKNIT range really guaranteed for life?
Yes, we stand by our products. No catch. If it rips, tears or develops a hole, please contact our Stance Crew for a new pair.
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