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Gator Neoprene Insulating Superwarm Socks
Gator Neoprene Insulating Superwarm SocksGator Neoprene Insulating Superwarm Socks

Gator Neoprene Insulating Superwarm Socks

Item #:GSOCKS40
Brand:Gator Sports
Availability:In Stock Usually ships the next business day
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In addition to skiing, cool weather biking, and industrial cold weather use, these Vapor Barrier socks
are ideal for paddle sports and canyoneering. A ligh tweight liner sock can be worn under
the Gator Neoprene Socks to wick away moisture. The socks do not require a liner sock.

- Light weight strechable neoprene allows for fit in most shoes
- All seams are flat
- No bottom seams

Aero Tech Coolmax Sock Size Chart

Sock Size Small Medium Large X-Large
Adult Shoe Sizes:
Womens Shoe 5.5 - 8.5 9 - 11.5 12
Men's Shoe 5.5-7.5 8-10 10.5-12 12-14
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67% Recommend this product (2 of 3 responses)
By Rochelle
Aloha, OR
January 19, 2017
warm but not dry!
These are definitely NOT waterproof! They kept my feet warm until I was walking in ice slush, then my inner socks and feet were soaked & freezing!!
ProsWarm if not in wet conditions
ConsCannot wear when its wet...rain, water, slush, etc.
Best UsesIn cold but not wet conditions
By Brian Luther
Chardon, Ohio.
March 10, 2016
Awesome Addition To Cold Weather Riding and Racing!
Helps keep the feet warm when temperatures hit the low 40's/34 degrees Fahrenheit, in addition with thin riding socks. When temps drop below 34F. degrees, add some cold weather shoe covers with these gators and ride into Winter.....!
ProsTight hugging neoprene hugs the foot and thin riding socks. Keeps the toes warm.
ConsTraps your feet heat and sweat. Air dry after rides. Although, the benefites out way the minor cons!
Best UsesCold weather riding and racing. Waterproof. Great addition to layering for Winter riding.
By steve
February 24, 2015
Dry but not really warm
I wear these socks with a wool liner in temps that are in the 30's. It is sometimes wet so the socks keep my feet dry but I have yet to conquer the cold.