It also gets to the root of the Injinji name:
"Randuz Romay said he had a chance, 10-minute meeting with a woman who was a musician. She was learning to play percussion instruments from a master African drummer. Randuz plays percussion instruments as well.Sweet. Now they just need to embrace the nut-tsak product idea, and sales will really fly!
The master instructor told the woman that drummers like to achieve a certain level of performance he called injinji.
Said Randuz: "It's that pinnacle moment of a traditional drum circle where the dancers and the rhythm of the music become one. Like a trance or acrescendo. You're not thinking. You're in the moment."