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4.2 out of 5
good for kayaking
August 01, 2005
protects well from cold and wetness
September 14, 2005
I've used this for waterskiing and surfing so far and I'm about to see how they hold up for a potentially wet hiking trip. I'm happy with them so far.
All it was said to be.
February 13, 2004
The 3mm neoprene expedition sock fitted very well and the first day I used it it proved its worth by keeping my feet warm in my waders in 40 degrees running water. They were comfortable and actually looked quite nice too.
April 12, 2005
i have been training to be a river guide and my feet get cold very fast. These socks kept me very warm and fit very well inside the NRS Kickers! (also awesome)
Excellent NRS Quality
October 24, 2004
Well designed and made sock. All seams taped inside.
Perform as expected...
November 05, 2007
Got these for kayaking this winter in upper Michigan. Good fit, seem to work well with "waterproof neoprene booties" if you have rocky shorelines to deal with or need extra warmth. Not disappointed with them.
Good construction, okay fit
July 24, 2007
The toe-box is a little big top-to-bottom, and the seam along the side can raise blisters, but overall they work well and are very well-constructed.
November 17, 2008
Toe seam is a little uncomfortable in a tight shoe... otherwise just what I was looking for.
May 06, 2005
I bought these for use inside freediving fins. I've encountered nicer (e.g., more flexible) neoprene socks for this purpose, but at twice the price. Overall, good value.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size and size xs: xs, .