Palm Tsangpo Socks

 

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Socks for Kayaking or Thermal Socks

The Palm Tsangpo socks are made from a Pontetorto thermal patterned fleece. They feature flat lock stitched seams and they are very comfy to wear. They are perfect socks for kayaking as they can be easily worn under a drysuit or dry trosuers. These thermal socks will keep your feet warm even on the coldest of winter paddling trips.

  • General Features
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  • Pontetorto Fleece Constrcution
  • Polygiene Odour Control
  • Flatlock Stitched Seams
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  • Sizing Info
  • S - UK 5-6
  • M - UK 7-8
  • L - UK 9-10
  • XL - UK 11-12
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