Wade After Missing Items Without Fear
When you're playing extreme sports, you never know where they're going to take you. Now, you can wade into shallow water without fear and continue playing without sloshing, uncomfortable feet that will slow you down for the rest of the game. Your shoes might be wet, but your feet will be nice and dry! Note: water can get in through the top of the sock, so if you're going to be wading in past that height, you can still expect to get wet.
Comfort and Style Combined
These socks come in black with bright yellow cuffs, toes, and heels. They'll look great with your running shoes--but when it comes to hardcore socks, it's not just about the appearance. Your biggest concern is the comfort. These socks are made of breathable material to keep your feet from sweating the entire time you wear them--which would, after all, defeat the purpose of the waterproof layer.
They're also the height of comfort: many users found that once they'd laced up their shoes, they completely forgot about the fact that they were wearing special socks! The socks are made of three distinct layers: a knit outer and inner to keep them comfortable and make them behave like the socks you're used to wearing to run and a neoprene middle that keeps your feet comfortably dry. The real benefit, however, comes from the joy of being able to continue uninterrupted even when you encounter water throughout your activities.
Add a Layer for Warmth
Most users have found that these socks are most comfortable during the summer months, when it's already warm and toasty outside. During the colder winter months, however, you can keep your waterproof protection and still keep your feet warm: put these thin socks on the bottom, then add your favorite warm, thick socks over the top. Warm feet that will remain dry? It's a winter winner!
No blisters. No chafing. No wet, uncomfortable feet. Once you've tried a pair of waterproof socks, you'll never head into wet conditions wearing anything else. When you can be warm, comfortable, and dry, who wants to be dripping wet? The only discomfort comes if you get into water that's too high: the water won't automatically come out of your sock, so you'll need to take it off in order to squeeze it out. It's a small sacrifice for a sock that will keep your feet from developing uncomfortable blisters or experiencing serious discomfort throughout the rest of our activities. If you're out in all weather, these Waterproof Socks are an important addition to your outdoor kit.