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Waterproof Socks fight the outdoor blues

Waterproof Socks
Going camping is normally a jovial time. You get to be outside with the trees, birds, and worms with little communication with the rest of the world. It’s a nice time to relax and soak in some tranquility. Hiking is normally an aspect of camping that is hard to avoid, and if you happen to step in a creek, you’ll be dealing with those wet socks for hours to come. This is undoubtedly going to affect your experience in the wild, and is also a situation that can be avoided.

If you’d prefer not to deal with the chance of having to hang your socks to dry, why not get Waterproof Socks? These foot coverings are lined with fleece on the interior, and have a nylon/Lycra exterior. In between these two layers is a waterproof layer to keep your feet free from H2O. This means your tootsies will be dry and toasty in temperature down to -30 degrees Fahrenheit. There are sizes ranging from small to extra large, and it will cost you somewhere around $55 for one pair. These are some heavy-duty socks that would be nice for the avid camper.

caitlyn – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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