Just as neoprene gloves are warmer than regular gloves, neoprene socks are warmer than regular socks. Because the insulating power of neoprene does not depend on whether the neoprene is dry or wet, neoprene socks keep you warm even when they get wet. Since the wear resistance of neoprene is not the highest, rowing or walking ashore with neoprene shocks alone is not the smartest. Therefore, they are used in conjunction with protective footwear (such as Crocs, waterproof sandals, boots, etc.).
Hiko socks are made of 3 mm thick superelastic neoprene.
– They are suitable for all water-related activities, however, they found popularity among beach volleyball players as well.
– The outsole is reinforced with Supratex – abrasion-resistant material.
– They provide insulation.
– The socks can be worn inside shoes or separately.