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Sealskinz All-Season Mid-Calf Waterproof Socks Md

by Seal Skinz
2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)


Price: CDN$ 45.99
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Product Features

  • Waterproof Socks
  • High-pressure tested to make sure there are no leaks.
  • Seamless design

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight159 g
Product Dimensions18 x 11.2 x 3.6 cm
Manufacturer reference149052
ColorBlack
SizeMedium
Brand NameSeal Skinz
  
Additional Information
ASINB000LZIDQM
Best Sellers Rank #25,655 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight159 g
Date First AvailableFeb. 3 2011
  
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Product Description

SealSkinz socks have a patented fabric structure of three highly engineered layers including a membrane capable of allowing perspiration to escape while not allowing water to penetrate. Each sock is high-pressure tested to make sure there are no leaks. Features: Windproof Waterproof Breathable Made in the USA Item Specifications: Mid-calf height (11") Inner: Merino Wool Outer: Acrylic/Elastane Available in Black Sizes: Small Women's Shoe Size 6-7 Small Men's Shoe 5-6 Medium Women's Shoe Size 8-10 Medium Men's Shoe 7-9 Large Men's Shoe 10-11 Large Women's Shoe 11 And Up X-Large Men's Shoe 12-13

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not? Sealskins All-Season Mid-Calf Waterproof Socks March 29 2013
By Me
Size Name:Large|Verified Purchase
I bought these for my son, he picked them out on Amazon. When I asked him how he liked them he said they were NOT the Sealskin brand. They were waterproof and would do the job, he thinks, but was disappointed.
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1.0 out of 5 stars not the item i received May 22 2014
Size Name:Large|Verified Purchase
Ive ordered sealskinz not hanz socks..im very disappointed its not waterproof. Waste of money... I really need a waterproof socks for my work... sigh..
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2.0 out of 5 stars buy UK Dec 21 2013
Size Name:Large|Verified Purchase
Bought a pair of these sock when I was in the UK. These ones are no where near as good
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4.0 out of 5 stars keeps my feet dry May 6 2013
Size Name:Large|Verified Purchase
Just to be difficult, I haven't run into any really foul weather since these arrived. The one occasion I have had to use these, they worked great. Now, to clear up some confusion, the U.S manufacturer of this product has decided tor "rebrand" itself. They're still the same product, just without any mention of Sealskinz on the packaging.
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Amazon.com: 3.8 out of 5 stars  83 reviews
37 of 39 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars amazing Jan. 31 2010
By M. Datta - Published on Amazon.com
I have been using these socks for the last month for winter kayaking. Getting in and out of my kayak I step in the nice cold river water. These socks keep my feet totally dry and are much more comfortable than the gortex socks or rubber socks that I've had in the past. They also offer insulation and allow me to wear fleece socks underneath for added insulation. I've had 2 other friends buy these socks and we all LOVE them.
Note: The top of the sock is not sealed so if you step in too deep of water, it can get in from the top. Seal Skinz do make socks that have a seal at the top although I don't know how good they work.
41 of 45 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Outdoor Essentials Oct. 8 2011
By IHateSummer - Published on Amazon.com
These waterproof socks are amazing! I wear mine cycling during the autumn/fall, winter and spring - whenever getting cold feet would ruin a ride. They are no thicker than a chunky sock, and far warmer in damp conditions. I use these with normal cycling shoes, in conditions well below freezing, whilst my fellow riders switch to bulky winter boots, woollen socks and neoprene covers. They are also really useful if your shoes haven't dried out from a previous day's activity, or from the morning's commute in - putting warm dry feet into wet shoes is no longer a problem.

Yes - water does end up inside the sock, but this has come from above the cuff, either from stepping in water that's too deep, or from splashed water running down your leg. It's not a problem - the water soon warms up and I've never suffered from cold feet in this situation.

Downsides? Feet can get pretty sweaty in there, so airing them out after use, and washing them and drying them carefully is a must. I do machine wash and low tumble dry mine, but it's important to turn them inside out between the wash and dry; water can't escape from inside the sock during the spin cycle, and they stay soaking wet. If you leave them that way, you'll come back to stinky damp insides. Turn them inside out and all seems to work well.
15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Does not work April 2 2012
By Jim - Published on Amazon.com
I have 2 pair of gloves, 4 pair of socks. Out of the 12 items only 1 is water proof. If you only dip it in water for a second it will be water proof, anything over 1 second it is going to leak. I wear the socks under my water shoes while I get into my kayak, I am in water just below my ankle for about 3 seconds, that all it takes to make them leak. They seem to be ok for a few wearings but after that-wet feet. Same for the gloves.
23 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Satisfied Customer Jan. 11 2009
By Sara Lazwik - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name:Medium|Verified Purchase
Great product. They are waterproof as claimed and fit well. Great to be able to go running in the winter without having wet feet! Would highly recommend this product to others who are out in the rainy and snowy weather.
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Do Not Buy These Socks March 18 2013
By Lynskey4655 - Published on Amazon.com
I can't believe the good reviews these socks get. I've tried a few pairs and they've all leaked, filled with water quickly under moderate conditions, been freezing cold, and a waste of money. In fact, they've been worse than anything I've tried before or since, I'd be better off putting my feet in plastic bags full of ice and throwing my money out the window. I initially thought I'd just been unlucky with the ones I'd got, but subsequent experience suggest the problems are endemic. Look carefully at many of the reviews and you'll see that they're just repetition or rewrites of marketing blurb. To be fair, you'll also find many positive reviews from apparently real users (as here), so some of the socks must work. However, look longer and you'll also find people who've had the same experiences as I've had. Perhaps it's "just" a quality control issue, but how can you know since Sealskinz never responds to anything you ask them? Perhaps the most annoying thing is that once they're full of water, usually within minutes, or even *a* minute, the water doesn't warm up or drain away. It just sits there blobbing around your toes, cold, cold, cold. Believe me, it's not a case of water coming over the top of the socks, I've tried standing in the bath with them and, yep, they fill up with water from around the ankles: squelch, squelch, squelch. Don't do it to yourself, you'll be irritated and feel a fool, save your money and invest in ordinary wool socks, good boots or shoes, and perhaps gaiters or overshoes. Accept that in most conditions your feet are going to get a bit wet and your job is to keep them warm. Or wear some sort of rubber boot, like snow boots. If I could, I'd give minus five stars for performance and minus ten for Sealskinz's customer service. Sealskinz socks suck.
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