How to protect my wet feet – Waterproof socks for winter rowing

Are you rowing in winter? Do you know what it feels when rain water poured along your legs and little by little wets your socks? Want to get your feed warm and dry?  Rowperfect just took delivery of some new waterproof rowing socks.

Are you rowing North of the Equator?

Well, its time to think about your feet. Protect and keep them warm with water proofed socks from our sock shop: Some of them have been rewarded as the best waterproofed socks

Launching your eight with wet feet? No way Credit: Showerpass

Waterproof socks for your winter sessions.

How about some Hi Vis Socks. They are really comfortable to wear. They fit nicely into the rowing shoe. The magic membrane makes them 100% water and snow proof. Get them as Crew Socks or regular sock,

Crosspoint Hi-Viz Waterproof Socks

Waterproof Socks: How about some Ultra thin Socks:

Ultra Thin Waterproof and Windproof Socks

Waterproof socks: socks, ankle length, crew socks

Whether you row in winter, spring or fall – this unique stylish sock is claimed as the world’s thinnest waterproof sock and can be used for everyday use as well as for outdoor activities.

Try them out. Hooray for warm feet.

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