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Protecting your feet and keeping them warm without the soggy bulk of regular socks, NRS HydroSkin(R) wetsocks are the ultimate wet-shoe liner. And, hey, they work great with sandals, too.
Layer the NRS Hydroskin Socks under your wetshoes for an extra layer of warmth without a lot of extra bulk. NRS built this sock out of a thin material that insulates and protects your foot from cold, wet water. The PowerSpan outer layer provides a four-way stretch for enhanced mobility and durability, while a DWR coating sheds water off the sock to help keep it dry. Additionally, a 0. 5mm neoprene core doubles down on your insulation and safeguards your foot from warmth-sapping cold waters. The ThermalPlush lining increases insulation, repels your foot's moisture, and dries quickly to keep you comfy, and NRS added a titanium laminate to reflect your own body temperature back for even more warmth.
Features of the NRS HydroSkin 0.5 Wetsock Waterproof seams keep water out and warmth Heat-reflecting titanium for extra warmth Soft Thermal-Plush inner lining Anatomically shaped left and right socks
Protect your feet and keep them warm without the bulk of other wetsocks. NRS HydroSkinA(R) Socks are the ultimate wetshoe liner. And, hey, they work great with sandals too. The 0.5 mm neoprene core insulates and protects. 4-way-stretch PowerSpan(TM) outer layer gives you enhanced mobility and greater durability. The ThermalPlush(TM) inner lining increases insulation, repels moisture and dries quickly. Titanium-laminate adhesive aids body heat retention without adding bulk. DWR coating forces water to "bead" and roll off the material, reducing evaporative cooling. Anatomically shaped left and right feet offer superior fit and unmatched comfort while eliminating the guessing game. Pairing snaps help prevent you from hitting the river with only one sock.