WEST MARINE
Women's Slip-On Aqua Socks

Color: 

  • NAVY WHITE
  • $19.99

What? You're going kayaking/SUPing/boating/fishing/tide pool exploring and you don't have any shoes to wear?

Grab our latest generation Aqua Socks, pull them on and go. Problem solved.

Since we have not evolved to the point where our bare feet grip wet surfaces like a gecko, we depend on a little help from the footwear industry. That's where our Slip-On Aqua Socks come in. Although they're not actually socks (you can't wear them inside other shoes), they do fit close to your feet like socks.

The uppers are made of mesh and neoprene. Mesh so water that gets in runs out, they're breathable and they dry really fast. Neoprene so they fit snuggly and they're comfortable without actual socks.

That's all well and good, but the real reason you need a pair of these on your feet whenever you're in, on or just around the water, is for their nonslip and protective properties. The textured rubber outsoles give you the extra grip you need to stay upright and out of the water, while protecting your soft skin from sharp and pointy things like rocks, glass, coral and zebra mussels.

And, just to make sure you stay on the good side of the captain on your boat, these Slip-On Aqua Socks are non-marking. Translation: no ugly black marks on the white gelcoat (what most boat decks are covered with). Imported.

Key Features

  • Mesh and neoprene uppers for breathability and quick drying
  • Easy-on, easy-off slip-on styling
  • Nonslip, textured rubber outsoles are non-marking

Specs

Women's Slip-On Aqua Socks

Name Value
Best Use Water Sports
Care Air Dry/Spot Clean
Material Upper Neoprene
Material Lower Rubber
Style Slip-On
Technologies Breathability
Quick Drying
Slip Resistant
Non-Marking
Stain Resistant
Water Resistance Water Resistant
Width Regular

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