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Things to consider when buying booties, kayak shoes, river boots or wetsuit boots (whatever you call them!)

The Sole- If you think you may have to do considerable walking or hiking in them then choose a solid sole as a simple neoprene boot will leave your feet in tatters and can be dangerous if you need to make a quick exit!.
Warmth - The thicker the neoprene the warmer they are! The high ankles obviously keep your ankles warm as well as tucking into your trousers better.
Protection -  From both rubbing in your boat and scrambling about on the banks.




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Updated for 2020 - 4mm Quick Dry lined neoprene, stabilising strap system and stiffened Palm Diamond Traction Soles

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A warm neoprene boot

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Grippy Vibram Sole and low profile reinforced upper the Gradient a great paddle sport boot.

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Designed to fit inside river shoes, work with immersion suit socks or act as an additional thermal layer.

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Updated for 2020 - 1.5mm titanium coated CR limestone neoprene socks, ideal worn inside water shoes or combined with dry wear

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A 3mm Neoprene sock reinforced with printed latex sole.

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If your looking for a well priced neo shoe with a good solid sole and comfortable fit this should suit you just fine.

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Updated for 2020 - 3mm Limestone based neoprene mid-height water shoes with a stabilising strap and Diamond Traction sole.

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Updated for 2020 - 3mm Limestone based neoprene watersport boots with entry zip and strap for secure fit

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A nice simple side zip boot perfect for many different water sports, especially canoeing and kayaking!

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3 mm neoprene socks with DuraTX sole protection and a Quick Dry thermal lining, for warmth and maximum flexibility

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Durable and versatile watersports socks. 3mm neoprene with a tough Armortex reinforced sole.

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The Tsangpo sock is a thermal sock great for keeping your feet warm in cold conditions.

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