Keep your feet warm in cold water conditions with the Sailfish Neoprene Socks, which are made from high-quality neoprene and feature a non-skid sole that prevents you from slipping in and out of the water.
The Neoprene Socks are formed with a 100% Nylon-Neoprene Verbund. The socks help to keep your feet warm in cold water conditions. Meanwhile, the non-skid sole helps you stay stabilised in and out of the water.
It is the philosophy of sailfish to supply the world of triathlon with premium-quality, highly-flexible, extremely-buoyant and thus with the fastest wetsuits you can possibly imagine. When you swim fast and subsequently ride your bike relaxed and powerful, then we have done a good job. And we have. Promised.
|EU Shoe Size||EU Shoe||37 - 40||40 - 43||43 - 46|
|Foot Length||cm||23.5 - 25.5cm||25.5 - 27.5cm||27.5 - 29.5cm|
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