Rated 4 out of 5 by spayne socks that keep feet warm and dry
I wear these socks with my titanium booties as an added layer of warmth and protection from the cold water when kayaking. The socks don't have much stretch, which is why I give them 4 instead of 5 stars, but they are still great socks for water activities in the cooler weather.
October 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by giro Works great
I bought these to supplement my booties on my Kennebec waders and for using in my cheap river wading boots. Very comfortable and my feet actually got very warm in the river these past couple outings.
June 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kayaker56 Comfortable
Bought these to wear with water shoes while kayaking. Performed very well, were comfortable and kept my feet warm. Would definitely recommend them to everyone.
May 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by nicknamer Hydroskin socks for kayaking
I haver a large foot, size 13 1/2, so I purchased the largest Hydroskin sock available. Tight fit, especially around the in-sole, but really does the job! Doesn't keep the water out, but does keep my feet warm, which was an issue before with early and late season kayaking in VT. Highly recommend it. Would like to see a larger size and a thin sole that would make it more conducive to using it as a slip on shoe as opposed to a sock.
May 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Crewkid Great product
Fit is tight to get into the socks, once on- they keep feet warm and offer some protection from elements.
April 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JJohnson Great Fit
I normally wear sandals or watershoes to protect my feet from oysters when I take my paddleboard into tidal creeks. I was looking for something to help keep my feet warm during the winter months. I tried wetsuit booties, but they were not as comfortable as my favorite sandals. These watersocks fit perfectly and let me wear my sandals during the winter months.
April 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MarinaMama Not a snug fit, but work under my Keen sandals.
I'm a paddler and I got these to protect my feet from my Keen sandals, which rub my toes raw when sand gets in them. The HydroSkin socks keep sand and gravel away from my skin, keep my feet warm in winter, and protect my feet from sunburn. After wearing, I just rinse them inside and out then let them dry. They're a bit roomy in the heel (I have narrow heels) but they do the job. I used to have some thin neoprene socks made by a different company, but luckily they don't offer them anymore as the NRS socks are a higher-quality product. If I don't leave them drying on my bumper then take off for work (which is what happened to my other socks), they will last me for years. One man on my dragon boat team just wears these socks as his paddling footwear, but I need the thick sole of the Keen sandals. I'm very pleased with my NRS socks and and recommend them highly.
March 6, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by NapaArtist ok- with reservations
I bought a pair of these for both myself and my husband for Christmas. We hoped to use them to keep our feet more comfortable sailing. The length came true to size according to our shoe size. However, I found that the top rim, it's not really a cuff, is too tight for a woman's calf. I have a somewhat slim calf for a 6' woman, so it's really too tight which is a common problem for unisex sizing. It was also a bit baggy on my narrower foot, but my husbands fit was fine. I will keep his, but return mine. The quality of the fabric looks good and not too heavy to wear in a shoe or rafting sandal.
January 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by saltydawgwoman Save your watershoes
Hated my Keens and how I got gunk and even a snail in them. These water socks saved the day! AWESOME. The second day I had to wear wet Keens but had on my water socks and never felt the wet!
September 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Linesider82 Neoprene Sock
This NRS sock is an excellent product. I used it to fish Cuttyhunk Island from shore. If you think that means sandy beaches you would be wrong, this island's shoreline is all rock. It's uneven, slippery, and takes a toll on both fishing gear and your body, but these socks stood up to the challenge. I wore the socks inside LLBean's Grey Ghost Wading Boots along with a wetsuit.
September 19, 2012