Knitted with the cut resistant Para-aramid yarns at the ankle and calf part. The DexShell Extreme Sports socks offer protection against the possible scrape damage outside the sporting shoes while biking. The cut resistant portion of these socks meets to the EN388 blade cut resistant 2003 standard at level 4.
Outer Shell: 51% Para-Aramid, 40% Nylon, 3% Elastane
Interlining: Porelle® Membrane
Inner Sock: 70% Bamboo Rayon (Viscose), 30% Nylon
Known for being incredibly soft. Bamboo Rayon is anti-static and sits well next to your skin. It is moisture-wicking to keep you drier as well as having the antibacterial feature. while still being breathable. It grows naturally, needs very little rain to produce rapidly, and is 100% biodegradable.
The chart shows the general guidelines for DexShell Socks and Overshoe sizes (unisex). If you are in between sizes then we recommend you choose a larger size.
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Please also refer to: ‘Specifications’
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*Product should at all times be worn with adequate shoes for the activity purchased for.
*Washing instructions must be followed for extended life.
*When purchasing\, please make sure the product purchased is appropriate for the intended use.
If unsure check the product category or email us.
*Water levels should not pass the socks length as it may enter via the top of the sock.
*Avoid contact with sharp objects that can puncture the product.
Yes they are waterproof!By: Jenny B. on 6 November 2020These waterproof socks are slim enough to fit into normal paddling shoes that I use for Dragon Boating which is definitely a bonus.
Great SocksBy: Robert C. on 6 November 2020These socks actually keep your feet dry as long as you don't let the water enter via the top. There warm and comfortable. have bought 2 pairs for winter mountain bike riding.
Fantastic ProductBy: Daniel A. on 6 November 2020Great product works as entirely intended
Straight through the mudBy: Paul S. on 6 November 2020My partner and I walked The Overland Track in Tasmania's central highlands at the end of August - I know, it was winter! There was plenty of snow - that meant no people - but the famous mud and wet of the track was also an ever-present thing. We used Dexshell's waterproof socks and for the first time, we were able to walk straight through the puddles, saving considerable time trying to skirt them which also causes further degradation of the trail.