SealSkinz Road Socklet

Splash-proof.

The skies might have cleared up already when you head out for a ride, but the roads are still slick with the remnants of a rainstorm and don't look to be drying up anytime soon. Swapping a pair of your go-to ultralights for a Sealskinz Road Socklet will keep your feet dry when you're forced to ride through puddles resembling small ponds, but it won't seal your feet off from cooling airflow.

Sealskinz achieves this balance using a stretchy, moisture-wicking synthetic liner to facilitate fast moisture transfer away from your skin as you sweat, while an outer lining made with a blend of merino wool and waterproof synthetic fibers blocks water and wind and continuously regulates your body temperature. As it's part of Sealskinz's lightest line of waterproof socks, you won't receive much insulation in the cold from the Road Socklet, which makes it ideal for warm, wet-weather riding.

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