Fishing socks for sale at J & H are represented by the following manufacturers: Caddis, Pelagic and Stormr.
Fishing socks you buy online? Of course. Frankly, every aspect of your clothing and gear help in having a productive or at least fun day on the water. Lots of people don’t think about their socks as contributing to their comfort, but once they start wearing the right kinds of socks they notice the difference right away.
Fishing socks prices are quite reasonable when you consider what these high-tech socks do for you. They keep you warm, they help cushion the soles of your feet so you can stand around all day in comfort, and they protect against chafing and rubbing of shoes or boots. They also do the standard “wick away moisture” which helps perspiration to evaporate quicker and keep you cool.
Fishing socks are cheap considering what they do for us. Take for example Stormr Heavyweight Neoprene Socks. Neoprene is a water-proof fabric that was invented in the 1930s. Waders are typically made of neoprene that is 5mm thick, and wetsuits, of neoprene that is 7mm thick. Socks can’t be quite that thick – these Stormr heavyweight neoprene socks are 3mm thick, and they have a fleece lining inside. Caddis also manufacturers neoprene fleece lined socks to use in conjunction with their waders – or anyone else’s waders, for that matter.
Fishing socks for sale can come in “basic black” – with the manufacturer’s logo, of course, or they can come in all sorts of print designs – Pelagic excels at that.
Fishing socks you buy online will come in a variety of sizes. They are made of top quality material so they will wear longer. And they are made of performance material, so not only do they wick away moisture but they also dry quickly, which is important when you are out on the boat or the beach.
Fishing socks prices stay steady. You will not find a wide range of prices. So just look for a design or designs you like and stock up on several – a different pair for every day of your fishing week! It’s always a good idea to carry a pair of extra socks with you, by the way.
Fishing socks may be cheap but they do the job you need them to do. It’s important to get the right size, however. Socks that are too tight will be uncomfortably by definition, but socks that are too large will chafe and be uncomfortable bunched up at your toes.
Fishing socks you buy online look great, and work great to keep your feet healthy. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to send us a message.