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Recent Waterproof Sock Reviews
SealSkinz Walking Socks
Waterproof socks that are excellent as camp wear, although possibly too warm as walking socks. I used to think waterproof socks were bit of a gimmick, and anyway they were for people who didn't have waterproof boots. Then one day last October this happened: I had been enjoying myself walking on a muddy trail and feeling invincible in my Gore-tex-lined boots, until I went into a muddy patch that turned out to be a lot deeper than it looked and I got my feet wet. At the end of the day's walk I changed… Full review
Warmers 2mm Sandal Sock with Fleece Lining
I used the socks for stand up paddleboarding in colder weather. They felt like I was wearing socks and the traction on the board was good. They are not as warm as a water shoe but they provide a better feel for the board. I bought a large from REI for my size 10.5 women's feet. This is my first winter with SUP and want my feet to stay warm and add a little cushion. The socks worked well. My feet stayed warm but it may have been an issue if it were really cold. It was about 50 degrees when I started… Full review
Rocky Gore-Tex Oversock
I bought these a long time ago, back about 1998 and still use them occasionally. I really like that they let water vapor escape much better than Seal Skinz which I have also owned at one short stage within this RGTO period. These socks are great. I have used them with only liner socks and heavy duty hiking mountaineering socks. They do need something under them to be most effective. They bunch up, in shoe under foot, only when not using any socks or rushing the foot into the shoe without care. With… Full review
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