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Say goodbye to blisters

Everyone has different views on what kind of basketball socks you should wear, but for most it comes down to comfort. Remember that you’ll be running around a lot and jumping, so give your feet and ankles a little bit of support by picking out a good pair of socks.

Some people enjoy wearing multiple pairs of basketball socks but it’s not always necessary. It may prevent you from developing blisters, but ensuring you wear comfortable shoes is also important for this. If you are wearing new shoes, do some light exercise before playing an intensive basketball session to give your shoes time to shape around your feet.