Palm Stomp

 

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Neoprene Socks or Kevlar Neoprene Socks

The Palm Stomp, a 3mm neoprene sock that has an armourtex reinforced sole unit. These are great to add extra warmth to your water shoes. They are perfect for sports such as Canoeing and Kayaking.

Palm has designed the Stomp to be made from 3mm neoprene. This is cut on a 3D last so that it contours well to the foot. These neoprene socks are easily pulled on and off due to the smooth skin neoprene around the top of the opening. The sole of the sock has been reinforced with armourtex for added durability. 

  • General Features
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  • 3mm Neoprene
  • Glued and Blind Stitched Seams
  • 3 Dimensional Cut
  • Armourtex reinforced sole unit
  • Smooth skin neoprene opening for ease of getting on and off
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  • Sizing Info
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  • S - UK 5-6
  • M - UK 7-8
  • L - UK 9-10
  • XL - UK 11-12
  • XXL - UK 13-14
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