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Simms Neoprene Wading Socks

$24.95

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    Neoprene wading socks for wading in cool waters.

    The Simms Neoprene Wading Socks keep your toes from getting chilled while you wade in chilly waters. The 2.5-millimeter neoprene jersey fabric over the tops of your feet adds warmth while the 2.5-millimeters airprene fabric under your feet allow your feet to breathe and help reduce unwanted odors. Simms also gave these Neoprene Wading Socks an anatomical fit that contours to the shape of your feet for improved comfort and overall fit. 

    • 2.5mm neoprene jersey fabric on top of feet
    • 2.5mm airprene underfoot
    • Anatomical fit
    • Item #SMM000U

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [top of foot] 2.5mm neoprene, [bottom of foot] 2.5mm airprene
    Height
    crew
    Recommended Use
    fly fishing

    Tech Specs

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    Good pair

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    You really can't go wrong with Simms products. These booties are super comfortable and hold up well. This is my second pair, the first pair last 3 summers of heavy fishing before I lost them, so now I'm back again.

    Keep your woofers warm!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are great! I wear them for summer wading with my keens and for rafting. They seem to be a little thin when you first get them but once you are in the water they do the trick and I can be in the water much longer with them. Great value and should be in every fishermans gear closet that doesn't want to wear waders when its 90+ outside.

    Warmer than not wearing them

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are great for summer fishing when it's too hot for waders, or for fishing small streams where you want to keep your toes from freezing but won't be deep enough to justify standing around in waders all day. As others have said, they're not super warm and I'd prefer a sock with a little more insulation, but they're certainly better than nothing.

    Great socks, needs a little more warmth.

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

    They definitely get the job done, but they do run on the bigger side. I definitely recommend adding a layer just for a little more warmth, but it's worth the money to get the type of support these provided.

    They do the job

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Bought these for canyoneering as well as fly fishing. Hiked the full length Zion Narrows with them and they were worth every penny. They keep your feet from freezing and also protect them from rocks and various other annoying objects. They are also great for winter fly fishing when the water is very cold and you want another layer, or when you fishing in warmer weather and don't want to wear waders, but still want to wear boots. I wear a size 12.5 shoe and purchased the XL. I probably should have gone with the large instead for a snug fit.

    Specific purpose

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are great for wet wading if ur wearing sandals or something like the vapor. They do a good job at keeping gravel etc out. They are only 2.5mm tho, so don't expect a ton of warmth if the water is cold. Used them last in pebble creek in ynp, water was about 55 and I was ok, but wouldn't go much lower than that. They come up to just about the bottom of ur calf