TAKVA Wudhu Socks have been tested and they comply with the fiqh requirements to make them allowable to do masah on (wudhu by wiping over the socks instead of washing the feet).
Fiqh Requirement #1: It should be waterproof.
We tried everything from pouring over it to dunking in a container, but our feet stayed dry. Not one bit of water seeped in. (Imagine wet socks in the rain no more!)
Fiqh requirement #2: It should be durable enough for a person to walk for 3 miles (about 5.5km) without them tearing.
We've walked about 6km to date (yes, without shoes!), and are happy to report that there's no damage or holes.
Read more about the Fiqh requirements for socks to be allowable for masah and other FAQs here.
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TAKVA Wudhu Socks uses a special 3-layered fabric technology that gives greater comfort and breathability to the skin. So even though our socks are 100% waterproof, they still allow moisture from the skin to escape.
And because we pride ourselves in providing quality in comfort and use, we chose Bamboo Rayon for the innermost layer closest to the skin, because its softness, breathability and moisture-wicking goes unrivalled.
Doing Wudhu in Japan
How is it like doing wudhu while you’re out in Japan? Keisuke and Sakinah, a Muslim family living in Japan, share about their experiences with public toilets, feet in the sink, weird stares and their most important tips on doing wudhu while outdoors in Japan.