NRS Latex Dry Sock


Size: SM
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Description

Attached to dry suits and dry pants, the NRS Latex Dry Sock keeps water away and lets you layer inside for warmth and comfort.
  • Replacing the dry sock is definitely a do-it-yourself repair- grab some Aquaseal and hop on Youtube and before you know it your gaskets will be dry again.
  • Convert a dry pant with ankle gaskets to a full dry pant with socks, or replace the socks on your drysuit/drypants.
  • Available in three sizes, spanning US men's shoe sizes of 5-13.
  • The top of the sock fits leg openings 14" (35.6 cm) in circumference.
  • Sold individually.
Dry Sock Size Shoe Size
Small Men's US 5-7
Medium Men's US 7-10
Large Men's US 10-13


Material: Latex
Weight: 4 oz

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