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This sock is perfect when used with my slightly too large swim fins, EXCEPT they are almost impossible to put on when wet. They cling rather than slide when you try to pull them on. Oh well.
Eau Claire, WI
Fit: Feels true to size
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They do their job, but what's with the awkward padding?
I bought these to reduce the friction with my fins. Yay, they do a great job for that, but the padding on the bottom of the socks is a little awkward. The seams it's put in with seem, well, kind of oddly shaped and if I don't like them up just so, I'm too aware of the seams. Also, the padding makes them just a touch too big to use with my monofin. Le sigh. They're great for my overlarge biofuse short fins, and I'm sure that they'll get some play at the beach next summer as well too- I just think the seams for the padding on the bottom are a little weird.
So/So...would recommend though to others...
I ordered the appropriate size for my size 10 foot, which is large 10-12. Some had said these were not tight/snug enough up the ankle and I find the same. Sand gets in easy if your fighting waves while trying to put these on in the water. But they do, for the thin material, eliminate fin irritation and cutting in. although the new fins were better than my very old ones. I will need more time to evaluate them more. One try is not enough to really get to know products like this. But if neoprene is too think, these are a reasonable option. I also tried Dakine neoprene fins socks. Got them a size bigger than my foot because the large were very tight, too tight. the XL was better but still tight. Order one size above for these. But they were thin neoprene and I liked them better than the Sporti's. More cushioning and no sand problems. At this time, I would recommend the Dakines but with at least 1 size up from your normal size. The Sporti's say they got spandex in them but I do not sense any meaningful snugness. its like they are all stretched out. Were this fixed. these might be a better solution, though overall, I like the proper fitting ( a size bigger) Dakines better.
Sporti Nylon Spandex Swim Socks
Good for swimming and for big shoes to fit. I like it
Pico Rivera, CA
Not what I was hoping for
I have been doing water aerobics in my pool and the balls of my feet have been getting sore, so I wanted something to give a bit of protection without a lot of bulk or drag. These however were not a good choice. I ordered a size down as suggested in the reviews, so the bottom was fine, but it doesn't stay put because the top portion of the sock is far too loose. Also after just 2 uses there is a hole in the bottom of one. I know this isn't the use for which they were intended so can't complain too much.
Fit: Feels too big
it ok, great protection for your feet from infection.It easier to put on your fins without the sock.You know it just me, maybe someone else would like it more than me.
they help with comfort no rubbing of the fins but they are slick and the fins feel like they will fall off ...so not using them anymore..one time and done
Sporti Nylon Spandex Swim Socks
The socks were very light. I was hoping for more of a sole. The size was perfect, and a good fit. I liked these because their sole are not to heavy. But I would like them with a little bit more of a sole.
Nice sock ! - Size runs Small
Use with fins snorkeling.
Light easy layer between your feet and your fins.
Size is too small
Fit: Feels too small
No clue what this means
Good Product, there is an issue with sizing. My wife size is in mid range for the size chart, she claims there too tight. I put them on, problem solved...
not what i expected
they ran small and they have a thicker layer at the bottom, which makes makes them a little bulky to wear with fins (which is why I purchased them).
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