SealSkinz H20 Waterblocker Socks

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An in-cuff seal blocks water from entering over the top of the sock, even when wading through deep water. Available in Black. Mens shoe sizes sm: 5-6, md: 7-9, lg: 10-11, xl: 12-13; Womens shoe sizes sm: 6-7, md: 8-10, lg: 11-up.

- Vargo Outdoors

The perfect addition to any outdoor wardrobe. Breathable 3-layer material works to pull moisture away from your foot while preventing water from getting in. The moisture Vapor Transpiration (MVT) membrane is covered with durable Spandex(R) and lined with Coolmax(R) fabric for unbeatable comfort. The WaterBlockers sport an extended, calf-high cuff with a seal that prevents water from entering from the top.

- NRS

Keep your feet dry when sloshing through wet conditions with these waterproof, breathable socks--no matter what kind of footwear you use! An in-cuff seal blocks water from entering over the top of the sock, even when wading through deep water. SealSkinz unique MVT (Moisture Vapor Transpiration) membrane system is designed to keep you dry. Constructed using a unique barrier that keeps water from coming in but allows perspiration out. Unique seamless construction means SealSkinz help prevent blisters and chafing. For greatest longevity, hand wash and drip dry--do not twist or wring. *Discount will be applied when you check out. Offer not valid for sale-price items ending in $._3 or $._9.

- REI

SealSkinz H20 Waterblocker Socks

previously retailed for:
$29.93 - $39.95

The SealSkinz H20 Waterblocker Socks is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 10, 2012 at NRS.

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