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AquaLung Ergo High Grip Neoprene Socks 3 mm

AquaLung Ergo High Grip Neoprene Socks 3 mm

AquaLung Ergo High Grip Neoprene Socks 3 mm

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22,41 + delivery costs
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Normal price 24,90 €
Incl. VAT 24 %


XS (38-39)
S (40-42)
M (43-44)
L (45-47)
XL (48-50)

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Location Store (Helsinki): Scuba diving, 27, warehouse

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Protect your feet in all conditions with socks. We've designed this one to be worn comfortably with a wetsuit or drysuit: it adds a layer of warmth in cold waters and prevents blisters while wearing open-heel fins. Booties also protect your feet from scrapes and stings when wading in and out of the water during shore dives.

There's no baggy, unused material due to the right and left foot-specific designs. The Ergo socks fit smoothly for warmth and sensation. Silicone print on the sole prevents slipping to help you keep your balance while geared up.

Glued and blind-stitched seams prevent water from entering. The high top gives you room for overlap with your wetsuit, and 3mm-thick neoprene provides effective insulation. The elastic-bound cuff keeps seams from fraying after repeated use and plenty of abuse.

Material: Neoprene, Nylon

The approximate size of the packed product or the sales package is 400 x 250 x 150 mm.


3 mm

0,25 kg
(with sales package 0,3 kg)

12 month(s)

Toni K. verified buyer, 24.11.2023
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Good for big feet. They dry quickly
Ella S. verified buyer, 7.7.2023
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Good looking and easy to put on
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