NRS Desperado Socks

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit NRS's Desperado Socks page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

NRS's low profile Desperado paddling sock is low-profile and low bulk, yet provides plenty of protection. While the 3 mm Neoprene upper keeps your foot warm, extra padding in the toe and heel and a 1.5 mm rubber soul provide protection from rocks and abrasive surfaces. Fastens with a bungee pull-cord at the ankle.

- Mountain Gear

The Desperado Sock is the solution for boaters trying to fit into today's low-volume kayaks, offering enough protection for put-ins and portages. Comfortable fitted lycra upper combined with 3-mm neoprene padding in the toes and heel for in-the-boat protection. 1.5-mm rubber sole for traction, flexibility and feel. The perfect sock for boaters looking for maximum comfort with minimum bulk.These shoes are running snug - If you are in between sizes or have wide feet you may want to consider the next size larger.

- Altrec Outdoors

More padding, less bulk. Our most comfortable low-profile paddling sock. The Desperado Sock lets you comfortably stuff your feet into even the smallest kayak.3-mm Neoprene upper is comfortable and warm.Extra padding in the toe and heel gives superior in-the-boat protection.1.5-mm rubber soul won't add bulk, and still protects your feet both in and out of the boat.Bungee pull-cord at the ankle helps secure the sock, so they'll stay on if you swim.These shoes are running snug - If you are in between sizes or have wide feet you may want to consider the next size larger.(Available in whole sizes only.) Women order one size smaller. 1/2 sizes order one size larger.


NRS Desperado Socks


The NRS Desperado Socks is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 16, 2014 at Mountain Gear.

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