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Description

Low-profile warmth, comfort, and protection.

Play on or in the water wearing the Stohlquist WaterMOCCASIN Bootie. This low-profile neoprene sock gives you highly tactile contact and foot control while paddling and fits easily into the smallest of play-boat shells.
  • 3mm 4-way stretch neoprene panels at heel and instep deliver comfort, support, and warmth
  • Tough KEVLAR® outsole rolls up around the foot for unmatched durability
  • Seams set high for extra comfort
  • O-ring top seal keeps water and debris out

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4 5

Solid Booties

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

Taken these out once so far for a New Year's paddle and they worked really well. The water was probably in the high 40s or low fifties and my feet didn't even get damp. Granted I did have wool socks on under them so we'll see how they do in warmer weather. The grip on the bottom is solid, but not super grippy. Definitely more of a sock than a full on bootie so be aware. Overall though definitely what I was looking for and I look forward to seeing what they can do long term.

3 5

mocc

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

more of a sock than a moccasin, bottom was to thin for my needs .. returned item

5 5

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These are the outer layer of my cold weather paddling footwear. I wear wool socks underneath my drysuit socks, and then slip these over the top. I've tried quite a few different combinations of neoprene socks, booties, and socks for cold weather paddling; the aforementioned is by far the warmest and keeps the foot-bulk low enough that I'm still comfy in my play boat.

I'm not sure how tough the kevlar part is, but I think that these will last long than regular neoprene booties. They also seem to have better traction. You'll need tough feet to walk in these on there own, but throw a pair of wool or neoprene socks underneath and they seem to be pretty protective. In any case, I think these have a place in the wardrobe of any regular whitewater paddler.