Nookie Ti Liner Sox


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2mm Neoprene Socks or Titanium Neoprene Socks

The Nookie Ti Liner socks are a great option for adding extra warmth to your kayaking shoes. They are made from 2mm neoprene and are super warm, ideal for winter kayaking trips!

Nookie has designed the Ti Liner Sox to be made from a 2mm Ti Glide Neoprene. This makes them nice and warm. Around the top of the sock there is a glide skin o ring and a rear pull tab. This makes it easy to get the socks on and off. All of the seams on these neoprene socks are flat lock stitched for comfort.

  • General Features
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  • 2mm Ti Glide Neoprene
  • Flatlocked Seams for comfort
  • Rear pull tab for ease of getting on and off
  • Glideskin Neoprene cuff for ease of getting on and off
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  • Sizing Info
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  • S - UK 3-4
  • M - UK 5-6
  • L - UK 7-9
  • XL - UK 9-12
  • XXL - UK 12+
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