September 2010

Ijinji wins APMA seals of acceptance

San Diego-based Injinji announced in August its receipt of the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) Seal of Acceptance for its Ex-Celerator Compression Toesock and InjinjiRX Therapeutic Toesock products.

This extends Injinji’s APMA-accepted socks to three. The company’s Performance Series Toesocks initially received the APMA Seal of Acceptance in 2008.

The APMA Seal of Acceptance recognizes products that are found to be beneficial to foot health and raises awareness among practitioners and consumers about products of exceptional quality that are manufactured with the consumer’s comfort and safety in mind.

“We’re honored that the APMA continues to recognize the serious merits of Injinji performance-enhancing socks,” said Jason Battenfield, CEO of Injinji.  “Not only are our designs great for athletes but for anyone that cares about healthy feet, which are after all the foundation of one’s body.”

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