Three layers of protection against cold, wet feet!
SealSkinz® Waterproof Over-the-Calf Socks combine an outer layer of nylon with a MVT waterproof breathable hydrophilic membrane, and an inner layer of rapid perspiration-wicking CoolMax® thermal insulation. These socks have no annoying seams, lowering the potential for blisters and chafing. You can trust these socks' waterproof performance. Every SealSkinz® product is tested before it leaves the factory and is guaranteed to be 100% waterproof. 15" High. Color: Black. One pair. Made in USA. SealSkinz waterproof socks are certified and approved as part of the US Postal Service.
Three layer construction for warmth and waterproof protection
Rated 5 out of 5 by Seneca DRY!!!
Great booties for boats and very shallow wading
January 2, 2013
"I bought these booties to use when fishing from a boat. I need to keep my feet dry, especially in winter, since I need to get partially wet to help launch and recover the boat. I use them with flats boots (separate review) and they work great." They come high enough to keep out water for boat chores and together with the boots, keep my feet warm and dry.
January 2, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by R3d187th Feet All Wet
The first time I stepped into water up to my ankles the socks leaked and my feet were cold and soaking wet
October 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by gbsjlb waterproof socks
I tested them in a swimming pool both partially submerged and totally submerged up to a depth of 4 feet for 2 minutes. There were no leaks,
August 1, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by cajunindian This was a good buy
I gave the SeakSkinz socks four stars instead of five is because protection against the cold was fair. I use them fishing out of my kayka this March water temp was about 58* and I can feel it. But my feet did stay dry so that was a big plus. Will buy another pair.
March 20, 2012
Several sites have very negative reviews of these socks -- anyone used them for a while? I have read that they delaminate and don't keep water out after just a use or two. Any info would be appreciated.
I've been using these socks for nearly a decade. The one time they have delaminated for me, is when i wasn't carefull while removing or didn't roll them open to put them on. I was in a hurry in both cases, with the same pair of socks. They can't be 'pulled' on or off, they will tear apart. As far as i'm concerned, it's worth the tiny amount of effort i takes to be kind to them and not just rip them off like a bandaid...lol. If they get punctured by cactus, or thorns or other poky things, they will leak, but they are compression socks, so it's a small seep really. Simply put though, if they aren't taken care of properly (ie abused unreasonably...) they will fail, just like anything else. I'm still amazed how much abuse they do take though. I use them for deer, elk, pheasant and early waterfowl hunting and can get three years out of them with out ever washing them.