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A high-cut neoprene sock for warmth on the water.

The NRS Boundary Sock is a high cut neoprene sock that is waterproof and warm, to be worn with sandals, or rubber boots when you're concerned about water getting in. 3mm thick neoprene fabric has fully-taped seams to keep water from seeping through, and a HydroCuff seal holds the sock up to it's 18in height.

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5 5

Awesome

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I've used them once so far while fishing from my kayak. These socks kept my feet warm and dry when I had to get in and out of ,y kayak. If the water was warmer I have no doubt that it would kept my feet even warmer when hanging my feet over the side.

4 5

Bulky for running. Otherwise great!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The taped seams are not ergonomicallly designed for natural foot movement.I planned to run cold water races in them and running is just not ideal in these.
For fly fishing, kayaking, wading, these would be great. I was just hoping for a little more athletic oriented fit and functionality.
Definitely waterproof! Fit really snug around the calf and ankle. Will not fall down.
I will definitely be using these for kayaking come summer!

4 5

sweet, stinky sock

I did a few canyons in zion renting shoes and socks. By the end of each day my feet smelled like the last 15 euro tourists whose sweat had pooled in the socks. So I decided if i was going to hike all day in sweaty socks it might as well be my own sweat. These socks keep you warm even in late fall weather pooled in Spry and Pine Creek canyons and are just think enough to provide some cushion for long days rappelling/stemming/scrambling etc.

Good socks for canyoneering. I would imagine they would work well for kayaking as well.

5 5

Canyon hiking must have

So, got them, wore them, loved them

Started the hike (Orderville Canyon, Zion) out in wool socks, until the first major submersion was needed. Changed into the NRS socks. Had further on warm feet, despite swimming, and wading in icy water.

The socks have a seal which in my case did good in not letting too much water in (i.e. blowing them up). As these go higher than some other products, more of your leg stays warm.
In terms of bulk, these are not more than the thick wool socks I had on initially.

Make sure you dry them properly, as with all neoprene items. And in winter, use them on your bike commute during those wet weather days.

5 5

Canyon hiking must have

So, got them, wore them, loved them

Started the hike (Orderville Canyon, Zion) out in wool socks, until the first major submersion was needed. Changed into the NRS socks. Had further on warm feet, despite swimming, and wading in icy water.

The socks have a seal which in my case did good in not letting too much water in (i.e. blowing them up). As these go higher than some other products, more of your leg stays warm.
In terms of bulk, these are not more than the thick wool socks I had on initially.

Make sure you dry them properly, as with all neoprene items. And in winter, use them on your bike commute during those wet weather days.

4 5

Great for canyoneering

I am 6'0" with size 11 feet and the XLs are perfect. They come up just below the knee to protect and keep you lower legs warm.