NRS Sandal Sock

NRS Sandal Sock
NRS Sandal Sock
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Sandal Sock by NRS
The NRS Sandal Sock gives you a bit of insulation for cold feet, without the bulky addition of a full-size wet sock. 2mm-thick neoprene adds a bit of warmth, while the fully taped seams reduce the flow of cold water. A HydroCuff creates a comfortable seal around your ankle and holds the warm water in, to increase warmth.

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SKU: NRS008K
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