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Acerbis No-Wet Socks

Acerbis No-Wet Socks

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Normally we wore them alone, but a few times we layered other sock beneath them, depending on the temperature and footwear fit. The WP socks keep the feet warm by limiting the amount of water flushing through - more like a wetsuit some days.

Ask MetaFilter is a question and answer site that covers nearly any question on earth, where members help each other solve problems. I have also somewhat recently learned that heavy soles with reinforced heel cups (think: boots, but also: even light or street hikers) interfere with my gait enough to exacerbate a knee injury.Over four caminos, I found that wearing light, microfiber liner socks with thicker Smart Wool outer socks for cushioning, wicked most of the water from my feet, while providing excellent friction protection and cushioning.

I've had this very conversation whilst doing an outdoors course with an MCI and his verdict was they are top tier for when you're going through mile after mile of off track routes, where you're getting plenty of precip and may need to do some fording (think Iceland or some Scottish routes). I had hoped that Decathlon might provide me with an answer but their knee-length sock-type leg protectors are not waterproof. I have a pair of those long Beaver neoprene socks (the 3 mm variety) and they're nice soft neoprene with virtually no internal stitching that would be likely to cause chafing. It's a very strange sensation that makes you ask the question: what is the difference between wet and cold?As with waterproof trousers, some waterproof socks are rated on their waterproofness – they follow the same HH scale, so the higher the number, the more waterproof they are.

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