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Protect your feet and keep them warm without the bulk of other wetsocks. NRS HydroSkin® Socks are the ultimate wetshoe liner. And, hey, they work great with sandals too.
  • The 0.5 mm neoprene core insulates and protect.
  • 4-way-stretch PowerSpan™ outer layer gives you enhanced mobility and greater durability.
  • The ThermalPlush™ inner lining increases insulation, repels moisture and dries quickly.
  • Titanium laminate adhesive aids body heat retention without adding bulk.
  • DWR coating forces water to "bead" and roll off the material, reduces evaporative cooling.

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Material: 0.5 mm HydroSkin®
HydroSkin Material::
  • 4-way stretch PowerSpan outer layer
  • ThermalPlush™ inner lining
  • Titanium laminate adhesive
  • DWR coating
Seams: Flat-lock stitched
Taped Seams: No
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Protect your feet and keep them warm without the bulk of other wetsocks. NRS HydroSkin Socks are the ultimate wetshoe liner. And, hey, they work great with sandals too.

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Commonly heard complaints from boaters are "My wetshoes dry slowly" and "My shoes really stink." The problems are related. Neoprene shoes don't "breathe" so moisture escapes slowly unless you work to eliminate it. And bacteria and other microorganisms in the water and from your feet can generate odors in those moist conditions. This video shows how to clean and dry watershoes to head off odor. And if stinky shoes happen, we show how to eliminate it.

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4.6

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97%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Regulates temperature well (45)
  • Good design (35)
  • Durable (32)
  • Warm (24)
  • Comfortable (18)

Cons

  • Thin (4)
  • Heavy / bulky (3)

Best Uses

  • Kayak / canoe / rafting (5)
  • Water sports (3)
    • Fit:
    • Feels too small

       

      Feels true to size

       

      91% 

      (53 reviews)

      Feels too big

       
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Casual/ recreational (9), Avid adventurer (6)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (58)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

I have several pairs!

I love these socks, I mainly use while Sea Kayaking, wearing inside LaCross Alpha Burly 18" high rubber boots, over lite wt. wool socks. My feet stay dry feeling and the...Read complete review

I love these socks, I mainly use while Sea Kayaking, wearing inside LaCross Alpha Burly 18" high rubber boots, over lite wt. wool socks. My feet stay dry feeling and the inside of the boots stay almost dry feeling. I have worn this set up from 7am to 11pm several days on week long yaking, fishin' trips. I first used them for cold weather cycling, I liked so much I bought another pair one size larger for kayaking, thinking I would want to wear heavier wt. socks while yaking. Sizing is good, I have 10.5 feet, XL 10-11, fit is perfect. I first use the xxl socks for yaking with a med. wt. wool sock, great, I then tried the xl with med. wt. sock, felt good, was not tight, sock has enough stretch not to feel tight around foot. I have not worn sock with out a liner sock.
Cons: I would like a XXXL size for wearing over a Heavy wt. sock for wearing while grooming a XC ski trail. Currently wear sock over Hydrosock.

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5 star fabric, 1 star stitching

great fabric, thin but warm. good to keep in dry bag for unplanned cold water or weather.

unfortunately, on my pair the stitching started coming apart with only a few...Read complete review

great fabric, thin but warm. good to keep in dry bag for unplanned cold water or weather.

unfortunately, on my pair the stitching started coming apart with only a few uses. NRS qickly relaced them with a new generation so maybe this problem has been resolved, but I have not used the new pair yet. also, i usually wear size large socks (10) but seem more comfortable with xl in these socks.

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4.0

These kept my feet warm

By mysteryship

from Asheville, NC

About Me Avid Adventurer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Regulates Temperature Well
  • Warm

Cons

  • Bulky

Best Uses

    Comments about NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks:

    I bought these to keep my feet warm during our epic GC river trip. The water is in the high 40s below Glen Canyon Dam and warms up a degree every 30 miles. I didn't need the booties after 4 or 5 days but they really kept my feet from freezing during that first part of the trip. I wear a women's 7 and the small size still felt a bit bulky but they fit inside my Astral kayaking shoes.

    • Fit:
    • Feels too big
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    5.0

    Hydroskin socks

    By The Bike Guy

    from Green Bay WI

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Good Design
    • Regulates Temperature Well

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks:

        I use these for sea kayaking, they are just right.

        • Fit:
        • Feels true to size
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        5.0

        Kayak Wetsocks

        By Nomad

        from Key West, fl.

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Good Design
        • Wicks Away Moisture

        Cons

        • Thin

        Best Uses

          Comments about NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks:

          I use it under my Keen boat sandals while fishing from my Kayak. Works great, Keeps sand and rocks away from my feet.

          • Fit:
          • Feels true to size
          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          I like em!

          By stu the pier guy

          from Powers Lake, WI

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Durable
          • Good Design
          • Regulates Temperature Well
          • Warm

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks:

              I recommend these socks if you are going to be in the water for an extended period of time or if you have boots/wetshoes that may be a little hard to get off or on. I wear these all the time now when I put on my water boots. They do help keep my feet much warmer. I'm in the water for sometimes 9 hrs a day working on piers and the water ranges from 40 degrees to 70ish. These socks work well, are comfortable and durable. I can usually get through 1 pair in a season (4 months-5 days a week).

              The only negative is you have to clean them really well inside an out or they will stink worse than you can imagine. I have to leave them in the back of my truck otherwise my cab will never be the same.

              • Fit:
              • Feels true to size
              • Was this a gift?:
              • No
               
              5.0

              Ideal for cooler weather!

              By BlueGiantSun!

              from Kenmore, NY

              Verified Reviewer

              Pros

              • Comfortable
              • Cushy
              • Durable
              • Good Design
              • Regulates Temperature Well
              • Warm

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Cooler Weather
                • Water Sports

                Comments about NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks:

                This is a great product that I used on a short paddling trip down the Black River in Watertown NY. I noticed that the day was going to be cooler than originally expected so I chose to pick up a couple pairs of these great socks for my wife and I. They were one of the best choices that I made. I should add that I also purchased the 1.5mm NRS Hydro Shirt as well. While everyone on the boat was shivering due to the cooler water/outside temperature (which impacted their enjoyment of the ride) we were nice and toasty even though we were just as wet as they were. I think that the hydro socks are so important to a pleasant paddling experience because the feet are in constant contact with the water. The purchase of both the socks and shirts was a bit expensive but immediately paid for itself when we put our feet in the cooler water and engaged the relentless splashing of the rapids that followed. We stayed warm the entire trip!

                • Fit:
                • Feels true to size
                • Was this a gift?:
                • No

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                • NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks

                  Q:

                  I need a sock to wear under my Chacos to prevent chafing that do not stretch out like a cotton sock does. Would this fit the bill?
                  Asked on 5/30/2015 by Dom from Tucson, AZ

                  11 answers

                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I would think this would be hot if you are not hiking through water or have
                    your feet tucked into a kayak. They are very comfortable and I have never
                    had any irritation from mine. Marilyn

                    Answered on 6/1/2015 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Yes, HydroSkin Wetsocks work great under sandals or water shoes. No chaffing, no stretching out. They keep your foot warmer without being too much.

                    Answered on 6/1/2015 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I would not want to wear these for an every day kind of sock but they will
                    not stretch out during use for days on end.

                    Answered on 5/31/2015 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    yep these are perfect for that. That is exactly what I use them for. Super
                    comfy and keep your toes safe

                    Answered on 5/31/2015 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Spot on! Wear them every time rafting under my chacos. For the last 7
                    years! Still holding up great.

                    Answered on 5/31/2015 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I have a pair of these that I wear canoeing and rafting on cold days. They
                    don't irritate my skin, and they keep my feet halfway warm when they are
                    soaked in cold water. If I wear them and my feet stay dry, my feet tend to
                    get sweaty. If I thought total submersion wasn't likely or frequent, a pair
                    of Smartwool socks would probably be as good or better.

                    Answered on 5/31/2015 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Yes, the hydroskin socks will work good for that. I wear them under my Keen sandals. The neoprene socks stretch to accommodate your foot size, but do not stretch out of shape.

                    Answered on 5/31/2015 by Sandra from Minnesota
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    yes i think it would
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                    Answered on 5/31/2015 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I wore mine under Chacos rafting in the Grand Canyon. Great in the boat and beach. Not for hiking.
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                    Answered on 5/31/2015 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I would not recommend hydroskins under normal conditions, only when you
                    need to stay dry or warm. They may cause blisters if you wear only the
                    hydroskins. My wife and I wear Chacos with wool/synthetic (not cotton)
                    socks all the time while hiking, and they work great. We wear the
                    hydroskins over the socks when experiencing wet/cold conditions only.

                    Answered on 5/31/2015 by Craig the Hiker from Harrisburg, PA
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    The hydroskin socks will not stretch or chafe, but they will be hot. So if hot is a good thing, go for it.
                    Peter

                    Answered on 5/31/2015 by Anonymous
                • NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks

                  Q:

                  Hi there,

                  Is this a waterproof sock? (Similar to Seal Skinz and/or Dexshell socks)?
                  Asked on 1/26/2015 by Imraan from Toronto, Canada

                  6 answers

                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    No, they are NOT waterproof. Think of them as wetsuits for your feet.

                    Answered on 1/27/2015 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    No it is not waterproof. Simply a neoprene layer.
                    Sent from my iPhone

                    Answered on 1/27/2015 by JLo from Asheville, North Carolina
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Is is not waterproof. It works like a wet suit. When you build up body/foot
                    heat, it keeps the water out. They work well when you are moving. We have
                    hiked in the snow with these and sandals.

                    Answered on 1/27/2015 by Craig the Hiker from Harrisburg, PA
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    No, this is not at all water proof. It is more like a wet suit/sock which keeps the foot warm while in water with temps in the 40 - 60 degree range.

                    Answered on 1/27/2015 by Anonymous
                  • Staff Reviewer

                    A:

                    Imraan, the neoprene material itself is watertight, but the seams are not taped and you can get some leakage there.

                    Answered on 1/27/2015 by Clyde from NRS
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    No they are not. Think of them as a wet-suit for your feet. They will get
                    wet, but trap water inside so you don't lose heat.

                    Answered on 1/27/2015 by Anonymous
                • NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks

                  Q:

                  Can these be used for stand up paddle boarding? Do the bottoms have grip?
                  Asked on 1/13/2015 by SUP E from Sarasota, FL

                  4 answers

                  • Staff Reviewer

                    A:

                    The bottoms are covered in nylon fabric; they wouldn't provide much grip. Many SUP boarders find our Shock Socks, Item # 30038.01 and Freestyles, # 30017.03, work great for your sport.

                    Answered on 1/13/2015 by Clyde from NRS
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I don't think they will work for that application. Bottoms don't have the necessary grip, and they might roll on your feet when stressed. For what they were designed for they work great! You might take a look at their booties with soft soles. I own several different NRS styles and they all grip really well. Best of luck on you search.
                    From Danny

                    Answered on 1/13/2015 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    They're like a rubber sock. They have no grip or traction on the bottom. They wouldn't stay on your feet long in the water without a boot over top of them. If you were to wear them alone, water will fill up inside them like a balloon and they wouldn't stay on your feet. You'd loose them eventually. I wear them as an extra layer under the NRS 7mm neoprene boot because I work in very cold water.
                    Sent from my iPhone

                    Answered on 1/13/2015 by "My Guy At The Lake" from Chautauqua NY
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    No, I would not recommend them for SUP unless you were to wear booties over top, they have no grips, they are just like regular socks. The best use, correction, my best use for these socks is to wear under booties when the water temperature calls for a full wetsuit to kayak or paddle in and even sometimes under sandals (like KEENs) when the water is not quite warm enough for recreational swimming and I can wear a shorty in, but not so cold that additional layers (like a full wetsuit) are required.
                    Bernard Ledoux

                    Answered on 1/13/2015 by BL from Quebec, Canada
                • NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks

                  Q:

                  I'm looking for a sock to wear over my drysuit booties and fit into shoes, would this be thin enough?
                  Asked on 12/4/2014 by Dru from Georgia

                  9 answers

                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    all depends on your shoe size.
                    I'd say half size will be bigger due to it's bulk.
                    I have used this for 3 years now.
                    time for new one soon...I love this product

                    Answered on 12/4/2014 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    The Hydroskin seems thinner than similar neoprene so they'd be the most
                    likely to fit, but I have a question.
                    I imagine you know this (don't mean to insult your intelligence), but the
                    way Hydroskin and other neoprene style socks work is by trapping a layer of
                    water beside the skin. Your body warms the thin layer of water trapped
                    there to keep your feet warm.
                    However, it the hydroskin socks are not against your skin, I'm not sure
                    they can serve their function. I presume your wetsuit booties are made of
                    neoprene or a similar material, in which case, you'd already be getting the
                    benefit that these socks can bring you.
                    So why not go with a thin wool sock? My typical layers on my feet are
                    Hydroskin socks against my skin and a wool sock over that, thickness
                    depending on how loose my shoe is.
                    Just a thought....

                    Answered on 12/4/2014 by Trulyb from Asheville
                  • Staff Reviewer

                    A:

                    Yes, Dru, these socks aren't much thicker than a dress sock. If you're looking for warmth, I'd suggest wearing your insulation on the inside of the drysuit socks. If perhaps you have latex socks on your drysuit and are trying to make them easier to slip inside your wetshoes, then a thin dress or hiking sock will do the same job, and cheaper.

                    Answered on 12/4/2014 by Clyde from NRS
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Probably, depending on how tight your paddling shoes are and how thick of a
                    sock you're wearing inside your drysuit. They're only .5mm thick, so I'd
                    think so. That's probably the best application for these socks. Good luck.

                    Answered on 12/4/2014 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Yes I have a pair but wear them inside my drysuit then put them all inside
                    a neoprene boot. I also like to wear them with my keen sandals, either
                    during the day when they do get wet or keep them dry and wear around camp.
                    I actually have a heavier pair of the same material that I Loke a lot also.

                    Answered on 12/4/2014 by DougM from pdx
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Not sure about fitting over dry suit booties but it's pretty thin. I really
                    like mine. Very warm. Can I ask why u are not just using the dry suit
                    booties?

                    Answered on 12/4/2014 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Yes, the NRS Hydroskin 0.5 should be thin enough depending on your shoes. I personally purchased NRS shoes that were specifically big enough for my drysuit and socks. I have a “summer pair” of NRS shoes that I wear with no socks. I like to wear a thick pair of wool socks under my drysuit so they stay dry and warm. I then put the drysuit bootie directly into hightop NRS shoes to protect the latex bootie and my ankles. The NRS Hydroskin 0.5 sock should work either inside the drysuit or outside… if you plan on wearing it outside get a size bigger at least so that it doesn’t bunch up the latex drysuit bootie and drive your feet/skin crazy.
                    Hope this helps!
                    Jon Lowrance, BSN, SRNA, CCRN, WEMT
                    Instructor,
                    Landmark Learning
                    NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute

                    Answered on 12/5/2014 by JLo from Asheville, North Carolina
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I think I know what you're getting at, but you might have worded your question backwards. I wear these socks INSIDE of the waterproof socks that are built-in to my drysuit. So the drysuit provides waterproof protection, but these separate hydroskin sock help pull sweat-moistuire, etc. away from my skin. At least I think I'm doing that right.
                    And yes, when worn inside my drysuit, I can get all of that into my neoprene boots, but typically I don't wear all of that into regular shoes. I think it would be just too much. I usually wear regular clothes to the put-in and change on site, and I usually just wear my dry-suit and water booties all the way home from the take-out (assuming it's only an hour or so drive).
                    Dr. Jeff Van Kirk
                    General Dentist
                    Stayton, Oregon

                    Answered on 12/7/2014 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Sorry for the late reply, I've been out of the country for 3 weeks. The
                    socks are pretty thin, I wear mine with shoes all the time. Assuming your
                    dry suit booties aren't too thick, I think you'll be fine.

                    Answered on 12/21/2014 by Anonymous
                • NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks

                  Q:

                  hi, do i wear i sock under this wet sock or do i use this wet sock directly on my foot. also, do i wear a sock over the wet sock. thanks
                  mark
                  Asked on 8/11/2014 by shark from michigan

                  7 answers

                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Right on the foot

                    Answered on 8/11/2014 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    In my experience it is important NOT to wear multilayers of socks. I'd wear
                    wet socks inside kayaking shoes in a cold "wet" paddle, or else I wear
                    thin-dress socks when paddling with a dry-suit, which has become standard
                    gear for me once they came out with breathable materials.

                    Answered on 8/11/2014 by Anonymous
                  • Staff Reviewer

                    A:

                    It has a comfortable inner lining so can be worn directly against the skin. You could layer another wetsock over it for more warmth. Normally there'd be no reason to wear any type of sock over it.

                    Answered on 8/11/2014 by Clyde from NRS
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I use the wet sock directly on a bare foot. It has a tight fit and is adequately insulating for my purposes. I use a water sandal over wet sock. I’m sure that if your wet sock is large enough and you are prone to having cold feet, you could wear it over a regular sock. I’m not sure how comfortable that would feel. Hope this is of some help. Sandra

                    Answered on 8/11/2014 by Sandra from Minnesota
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                    A:

                    Use it like any sock, its very comfortable. Of course the difference is
                    that it will be wet. I wear mine with my keen sandals. Warm whether wet or
                    dry

                    Answered on 8/11/2014 by DougM from pdx
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    It's all about how cold the water is & the boot/show you're wearing. The neoprene sock will give you some warmth. You can 'layer up' by wearing another insulating sock either under the neoprene one or on top. However, you need to make sure that whatever you do, you'll still fit comfortably in your boot - too tight and you'll reduce blood flow which is not great for staying warm. The best advice is to try things out and find the right fit/arrangement for you and the conditions you'll be paddling in.
                    I have one pair of NRS boots for winter that will fit my dry suit booties plus socks comfortably and another pair of NRS boots for summer that work great for bare feet.
                    Cheers and enjoy the water!!
                    Jon
                    Jon Lowrance, BSN, SRNA, CCRN, WEMT
                    Instructor,
                    NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute
                    Landmark Learning
                    ACA Swiftwater Rescue Instructor
                    Sent from my iPhone

                    Answered on 8/11/2014 by JLo from Asheville, North Carolina
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    When I wear these socks, I wear them on their own without any other sock
                    layer. You need to have the fabric in contact with your skin. Your skin
                    warms the water trapped in this sock so that your feet don't get as cold,
                    in the same way that a wet suit or neoprene style gloves work. I suppose
                    you could wear a wool sock over them, but that might be too thick to fit
                    into your water shoe. If your shoe accommodates them, I imagine you can
                    wear the wool over the water sock. I find the water socks work well in
                    moderately cold conditions to keep my feet from chilling out too much.

                    Answered on 8/11/2014 by Trulyb from Asheville
                • NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks

                  Q:

                  I'm a size 7 shoe sometimes 7.5 if narrow. Medium is on back order , would small work?
                  Asked on 7/9/2014 by T from Il

                  4 answers

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                    A:

                    Small socks would provide a snug fit for sure, whether or not it's too small will depend on your preference. Check out out Hassle-Free Return if it turns out to be too small.

                    Answered on 7/9/2014 by Kyle from NRS
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Sorry I couldn't answer that question. The socks do seem to run a little
                    big but would be horrible if they were too tight

                    Answered on 7/9/2014 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I would not recommend going to a smaller size as the hydroskins are a snug
                    fit to begin with.

                    Answered on 7/10/2014 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I got a medium, and I wear a 7.5 to 8, but more like an 8 lately as my feet
                    seem to have grown in the last few years up a half size. Mediums fit fine
                    for me wearing an 8 shoe; I doubt a small would work for you.

                    Answered on 7/10/2014 by Craig the Hiker from Harrisburg, PA
                • NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks

                  Q:

                  will XXL work with size 14 Wide feet?
                  Asked on 6/19/2014 by aaaaaaa from north atlantic

                  2 answers

                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I am 14 but not wide and this sock is very comfortable. I don't think you
                    will have a problem with this.

                    Answered on 6/19/2014 by DougM from pdx
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I really am unqualified to know whether XXL size will fit a 14 foot size. However, I can say that medium wet socks fit foot size 9.5 and 10. And, that these wet socks were perfect for the 50 degree water on the Colorado River rafting trip. Wore them comfortably all day for 8 days straight.
                    If you have never worn neoprene previously, it really can stretch, and body powder can help the slipping on process.

                    Answered on 6/20/2014 by Anonymous
                • NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks

                  Q:

                  What are the washing instructions on these Hydroskins? Can I wash in hot water in a washing machine?
                  Asked on 6/14/2014 by bety from Seattle

                  4 answers

                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I washed mine just like regular socks.

                    Answered on 6/14/2014 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Cold water and liquid detergent. Hang dry. Happy Paddling!
                    Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T

                    Answered on 6/14/2014 by Arvidrocks from NorCal
                  • Staff Reviewer

                    A:

                    To get maximum life from the socks, hand wash in warm water, rinse thoroughly and air dry. You'll want to turn them inside out to finish drying.

                    Answered on 6/14/2014 by Clyde from NRS
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Always wash neoprene in cold water. Do not wring dry or use a clothes
                    dryer. Just hang them up out of the sun.
                    If you have issues with odor (everyone does, especially in warmer months)
                    squirt a couple drops of this inside each sock and hand wash.
                    http://www.sinkthestink.com/
                    Works great.
                    Brian

                    Answered on 6/16/2014 by Anonymous
                • NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks

                  Q:

                  What size sock should 1/2 sizes order?
                  Asked on 6/3/2014 by madmax

                  6 answers

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                    A:

                    I would go up a size. They fit fairly snugly.
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                    Answered on 6/3/2014 by Anonymous
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                    I would say a size smaller. Depending on what ur doing. But once te
                    material gets wet it will streach

                    Answered on 6/4/2014 by Anonymous
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                    A:

                    Hi there!
                    Go the next size up, it will pay you back, a bit bigger is just fine, and won't be so tight. Warm happy feet at trips end.

                    Answered on 6/3/2014 by Anonymous
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                    A:

                    The next larger whole size. Socks don't stretch very well and you don't want
                    a tight sock on your foot for an extended period of time.

                    Answered on 6/4/2014 by Anonymous
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                    Smaller
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                    Answered on 6/4/2014 by Anonymous
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                    Larger

                    Answered on 6/4/2014 by JK from Alaska
                • NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks

                  Q:

                  If I wear a 9 1/2 shoe would you recommend the large or XL sock?
                  Asked on 5/19/2014 by Steve from Mt. Laurel, NJ

                  8 answers

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                    The NRS Hydroskin Wetsocks are true-to-size. My shoe size is currently 10 or 10 1/2 (depending on the shoe) although I was a 9 1/2 when I was younger and the Large wetsocks fit very nicely. They are supposed to be form fitting, so XL would probably feel loose for a man who wears a 9 1/2 shoe. The only other consideration might be ankle size. I have average ankles and the L wetsocks feel relatively snug around my ankles. For a man with thicker ankles, they might feel constricting. Remember, however, that Hydroskin is a naturally stretchy material, so if you want a warm snug fit that your feet aren't going to slip around in, but true-to-size.

                    Answered on 5/24/2014 by Anonymous
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                    A:

                    Large
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                    Answered on 5/19/2014 by Anonymous
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                    I wear size 11 and I got XL.
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                    Answered on 5/19/2014 by Anonymous
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                    I wear a 13+ and wear an XL sock comfortably. I would start with the large.

                    Answered on 5/19/2014 by DougM from pdx
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                    Large.
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                    Answered on 5/19/2014 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

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                    I wear a 10 and think I used the large Hydrosock. Truth be told, I stopped
                    wearing these in favor of wool socks a long time ago. Far warmer, don't
                    hold the funk, and don't fill up like water balloons.

                    Answered on 5/19/2014 by Anonymous
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                    I would go XL, a bit larger, and you won't really notice the length, but when I wear it in the water all day, or on the water, it is just that much more comfortable, and it's lots easier to take off.
                    Hope this helps, there great socks.
                    Stay safe, mark

                    Answered on 5/19/2014 by Anonymous
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                    I wear a size 12 to 13 shoe depending on who makes it. I have the XL hydro socks and they fit me well. I would think they would be a little loose on a 9.5.
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                    Answered on 5/19/2014 by Anonymous
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