SealSkinz introduces waterproof sock technology

New thin socks 33 percent lighter than previous version

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SealSkinz Super Thin Pro Socks

SealSkinz has introduced a new waterproof accessory technology that will debut in its new Super Thin and Super Thin Pro Socks. These socks from a leading manufacturer of patented waterproof and breathable accessories are 33 percent lighter than its original “thin” socks, due to an eco-friendly bamboo inner layer, new outer yarns, and an improved knitting pattern.

There are four styles of Super Thin Sock, encompassing two lengths and two levels of performance. They are the Super Thin Ankle ($32), Super Thin Mid ($35), the Super Thin Pro Ankle with Hydrostop ($45) and the Super Thin Pro Mid sock with Hydrostop ($50).

All Super Thin Socks are constructed with SealSkinz’ Stretchdry technology, a fusing of two layers above and below a waterproof and highly breathable membrane. The Super Thin Pro Socks additionally have Hydrostop silicone-free elastic taping to reduce water ingress at the cuff, elasticated ankles, insteps, and cuffs, and are available in Blue/White, Red/White/Blue, Neon Yellow/Black, and Coral/Red color combinations, as well as Black/Grey.

SealSkinz Super Thin Socks are designed for a variety of summertime outdoor activities such as road riding, mountain biking, hiking, backpacking, climbing, rafting, camping, and boating. They offer waterproof performance, breathability, and moisture wicking.

To learn more head to www.sealskinz.com.

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