SealSkinz Waterproof Submergable Socks

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SealSkinz Submerge Waterproof Socks - The unique watertight cuff on the Submerge Waterproof Socks from SealSkinz ensure that your feet stay dry even if you wade in a little deeper than you planned. The innovative sealing cuff blocks water from entering at the top of this over-the-calf sock. The durable nylon/Lycra outer and a comfortable, moisture-wicking inner lining hide a high-tech waterproof, breathable membrane. This three-layer MVT (Moisture Vapor Transpiration) fabric structure prevents water from penetrating the sock while allowing perspiration to escape. The stretch-to-fit material eliminates uncomfortable sags and wrinkles, even during strenuous activity and the seamless design provides total comfort, free of annoying ridges and pressure points. Designed to keep you dry during intermittent periods of wading in knee-high water, like when launching and landing your boat, the SealSkinz Submerge Waterproof Socks provide waterproof performance while canoeing, kayaking, rafting or SUP'ing! Please Note, Hand-wash and drip-dry socks. Do not twist or wring socks, this will damage the waterproof, breathable membrane.

- Outdoorplay

The unique watertight cuff in Hanz SealSkinz(R) Submerge Waterproof Socks ensures that your feet stay dry even if you wade in a little deeper than you planned. Great for canoeing, kayaking, rafting and SUP.Innovative sealing cuff blocks water from entering at the top of this over-the-calf sock (see TIP below).Three-layer MVT (Moisture Vapor Transpiration) fabric structure prevents water from penetrating while allowing perspiration to escape.The durable nylon/Lycra(R) outer and a comfortable, moisture-wicking inner lining hide a high-tech waterproof, breathable membrane.Designed to keep you dry during intermittent periods of wading in knee-high and deeper water - perfect for launching and landing your boat.Stretch-to-fit material eliminates uncomfortable sags and wrinkles, even during strenuous activity.Seamless design provides total comfort, free of annoying ridges and pressure points.Each sock is high-pressure tested to ensure waterproof performance.TIP: The in-cuff seal must be in continuously close contact with skin all the way around the calf to prevent water from entering the sock. Some causes of an unsuccessful seal are the interference of liner socks or hair, very slender calves relative to the socks size, or excessive perspiration.Note: Hand-wash and drip-dry socks. Do not twist or wring socks, this will damage the waterproof, breathable membrane.

- NRS

SealSkinz Submerge Waterproof Socks are completely submersible waterproof, breathable socks. They are made for the canoeist and kayaker to keep feet dry while getting in and out of their craft. SealSkinz Submerge socks provide protection during intermittent periods of wading in knee-high water. Patented 3-layer bonded fabric: durable nylon/Lycra(R) spandex shell and inner wicking liner surround a waterproof, breathable stretch polyurethane membrane. Nylon/Lycra adds stretch-and-return characteristics for an enhanced fit, to accommodate a range of foot shapes, and to eliminate wrinkles for added comfort. Waterproof polyurethane membrane allows water vapor to transpire through the membrane without allowing liquid water to penetrate. CoolMax(R) inner fabric wicks away perspiration from the skin to increase comfort. Elasticized cuffs prevent socks from sliding down and losing their shape, while in-cuff top seals block water from entering over the top of the socks. Stretchy, snug fit protects against uncomfortable sags and wrinkles and seamless design helps prevent blisters and chafing, even after hours of rigorous activity. Each sock is high-pressure tested to ensure that it has no leaks. Please note: the in-cuff seal must be in continuously close contact with skin all the way around the calf to prevent water from entering the sock. Note continued: causes of an unsuccessful seal are the interference of liner socks or hair, very slender calves relative to the socks size or excessive perspiration. *Discount will be applied when you check out. Offer not valid for sale-price items ending in $._3 or $._9.

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