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NRS Shock Neoprene Kayak Socks

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No kayaking bootie provides as much protection, support and comfort with as little bulk as the NRS Shock Sock. Fits well in tight kayaks, gives solid footing on shore and works great as a SUP shoe too.3-mm Terraprene(TM) neoprene for outstanding insulation.Stretchy rubber stabilizing bands provide lateral support without adding bulk.A flexible reinforcing 2-mm shim in the sole and 7-mm neoprene insole protects your foot from rocks and adds torsional stability. A padded divider separates the big toe from the other toes, giving you extra lateral stability for walking on uneven terrain and riding that SUP board in turbulent waters. Don't use the Shock with wetsocks and drysuit socks. Grippy 3-mm rubber sole provides on-shore traction and added protection. Our exclusive HydroCuff(TM) ankle closure seals out splash and debris.8" height extends past wetsuit and drysuit cuffs for easy integration.Whole sizes only.Women order one size smaller. 1/2 sizes order one size larger.

- NRS

It's easy to forget about your feet when a wall of water begs you to lose concentration for just a second. The NRS Shock Socks are there to help keep your digits cozy when your mind is on the currents. Thick Terraprene neoprene offers substantial warmth while thick rubber protects those toes from the hard bumps and slams that are bound to happen when you push the limits of your paddling. Over-foot web design attached to the soles helps keep your feet in place while shims protect the bottoms of your feet from shore rocks and add a little stability.

- Backcountry.com