Neoprene socks

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Buying guide for surf socks

Surf socks are a good option if you want to get on the water in colder weather. When purchasing surf socks it is important that it fits nicely and, above all, fits well for comfort and warmth. The better the surf socks fit, the warmer they will ultimately be.

WHAT MAKES A SURFSOCK UNIQUE?

Surf socks are characterized by a high shaft in relation to surf shoes and by a thinner sole in relation to surf boots. This means that when sailing with a surf sock you often retain a sense of board when compared to a surf boat or surf shoe.

Surf socks are generally available in 2 to 7 millimeters. The surf socks with thin neoprene are more suitable for the warm weather conditions and with thicker neoprene for the colder weather conditions.

At Telstar Surf we sell surf socks with and without split toe, velcro strap or kevlar sole.

Surf sock with a kevlar sole

The surf socks with a kevlar sole are ideal for every surfer who is looking for board feeling and warmth. The kevlar sole ensures that sharp objects are less likely to pass through the sock and that the sock does not wear as quickly.

Surf sock with a neoprene sole

These surf socks are thin and super flexible. This makes surf socks with a neoprene sole perfect for use in, for example, kiteboots. Compared to surf socks with kevlar sole, these surf socks wear faster and are less resistant to sharp objects.

To fit, feel free to visit our store or order your surf socks online.

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