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SealSkinz Thin SockletsAs its name suggests, the SealSkinz Thin Socklets are thin and lightweight socks which are perfect for plenty of activities where minimal insulation and maximum breathability are required. They're also totally waterproof, so they'll keep your toes dry when the heavens decide to open.
SealSkinz Thin Socklets Extra Info
- Totally waterproof, breathable and windproof
- Merino wool lining for moisture control & comfort
- Elasticated ankle & insteps offer support and a comfortable fit
- Thermal Rating: 2
Socks and Liner Socks S M L XL UK Shoe Size 3 - 5. 6 - 8. 9 - 10. 12 -1 4 EU Shoe Size 36 - 38 39 - 42 43 - 46 47 -49 Liner Socks UK 4 - 7. 8 - 12. Liner Socks EU 37 - 41 42 - 47
Gender: Unisex Material: 87% nylon, 13% elastane Type: Ankle Socks Fabric Technology: Waterproof, windproof Lining: Inner 51% Merino wool, 30% polyester, 15% acrylic, 3% elastodiene, 1% elastane
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.Rated 5 out of 5 by Longlegs11 Good product Bought for husband. Nice and thin for spring and autumn golf. 27 June 2016Rated 1 out of 5 by 007bondy sealskin socks socks Do not waste your money on this product. Cycled in slight rain & my feet were soaked . the only thing I think they will be any good for is in the winter will keep your feet warm. A lot of money for something that doesn't work. 20 June 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by nosnittap great gear awesome stuff. does the job its designed for. wear the gloves and the socks for running and put them the bigger socks in my rucksac for fell walking just in case the boots start leaking 24 February 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by Gaz111 dry feet these socks are really light and are perfect for trainers in the wet. I have the big thick sealskinz and am happy with these. Did get them cheap in the sale. They are a bargain at £15... 27 January 2016Rated 4 out of 5 by rosiep Certainly seems to be waterproof I was so fed up with having wet feet when hiking that I decided to bite the bullet and try these socks as they are expensive. Glad I got the thin ones as even these are quite thick and not comfortable in my walking boots, however, much to the disgust of my walking partners, I wear them with hiking sandals and my feet have never been warmer or drier although I havent tested them in torrential rain yet. They dont feel like ordinary hiking socks, they are stiffer and dont fit a snuggly round the feet. 15 September 2015Rated 5 out of 5 by Seeded Dry feet over 90 miles in the rain Best walking socks ever. My fat calves mean full length socks can be uncomfortable but these were a perfect length. As we chose to walk the ridgeway during the aftermath of hurricane Danny last week - the waterproofing was welcome too!! 29 August 2015Rated 5 out of 5 by Bob Michaels They work! I've been using the longer socks for about a year, mainly sculling. I hate wet feet in a boat, especially when it's cold, but also when it's hotter. The socklets are perfect and allow your feet to breathe, while keeping them dry. They also help keep you warm as the sun goes down. 28 July 2015Rated 5 out of 5 by Scot AnSgeulaiche Well made It's still early days yet, as I have only worn them about 10 times and not in very trying conditions, but they seem sturdy in the way they are made and my feet have remained dry, even against sweat. My wife got a pair too but the shortness of them means that the cuff seem rubs against her ankle when she is wearing her high top boots so she has donated them to me. I wear the same boots and don't find that problem. 23 July 2015
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