NRS Desperado Sock with HydroCuff

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Say goodbye to cold, bruised, battered feet and ankles. The NRS Desperado Sock lets you stuff your tootsies into even the smallest kayak, but still provides the warmth and protection you need. These 3XL Desperado Socks are equivalent to men's shoe size 12. 3-mm Terreprene(TM) neoprene with a stretchy spandex exterior ensures your feet will be warm and comfortable. Extra padding in the toe and heel gives superior in-the-boat protection and a ToughTex(TM) wear patch adds durability. 1.5-mm textured rubber sole won't add bulk, and still protects your feet both in and out of the boat. Neoprene HydroCuff(TM) grips your ankle, helping keep water out and warmth in. Bungee pull-cord at the ankle helps secure the sock, so they'll stay on if you swim.

- NRS

NRS Desperado Neoprene Kayak Socks with HydroCuff - Say goodbye to cold, bruised, battered feet and ankles with the NRS Desperado Socks with HydroCuff. The Desperado Socks let you stuff your toes into even the smallest kayak while still providing the warmth and protection you need. A 3mm Terreprene neoprene with a stretchy spandex exterior ensures your feet will be warm and comfortable. Extra padding in the toes and heels gives you superior in-the-boat protection and Toughtex wear patches add durability. The textured rubber sole won't add bulk but still protects your feet both in and out of the boat. The neoprene HydroCuff grips your ankle to help keep water out and warmth in while the bungee pull-cord at the ankle helps secure the sock if you swim. The NRS Desperado socks are the perfect solution for boaters trying to fit into today's low-volume kayaks without having to sacrifice comfort and protection.

- Outdoorplay