Patagonia Fly Fishing Neoprene Socks with Gravel Guard

C$ 55.00


C$ 55.00


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When waders aren’t a necessity but you still want the grip and protection of wearing your wading boots, the Neoprene Socks with Gravel Guard give you a comfortable, secure fit and help keep the gravel out.

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There’s nothing like a bit of coral between the skin and your flats boot—or trying to pull on a pair of soggy, sand-filled socks the next day—to bring the tropical fun down a few notches. Our Neoprene Socks with Gravel Guard solve both problems, allowing you to fully enjoy the experience. A soft, stretchy 3.5mm neoprene upper cushions and protects, while the dense neoprene sole resists abrasion and compression. Gravel guards fold down and attach securely to laces with built-in hooks. And to complete your wading mojo, there’s a sweet Fitz Roy Trout logo swimming across the top front of each gravel guard.
  • Fold-down gravel guard attaches to laces with hook
  • Boot bed is made with dense neoprene to help minimize compression; softer neoprene upper for comfort and stretch
  • Sock exterior: 3.5mm neoprene. Lining: upper: 100% recycled polyester; footbed: 95% nylon/5% spandex
  • 161 g (5.68 oz)
  • Made in Thailand.


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Neoprene Socks With Gravel Guard is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wet feet are a drag As others have pointed out, you can count on having wet feet all day long in these neoprene socks. They don't keep the water out AND they become heavy when wet. I was pretty disappointed when I started using these neoprene socks hoping for warm dry feet when wet wading in cold water. Instead I had wet feet and water building up in these socks....obviously making them heavy as well. We need waterproof neoprene booties (sealed seems just like the waders)
Date published: 2016-09-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Tend to collect water / don't drain very well I was disappointed they didn't work for me. My issue is that they fill up with water and don't drain very well. Great in the water, but not so good on return to dry land. Very challenging to drain water short of removing socks entirely. Seems like some sort of drain feature / holes would solve the problem, maybe on a future generation of this product. If that issue could be solved that issue I would love them, as otherwise they are great!
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best wading socks on the mark These are the best wading socks in the market hands down. I was decide between these or the Simms guard neo sock and leaning toward Simms because of the stitched fold, but I had store credit at Patagonia so I went with these... Great decision. Being able to roll these up over my shin and calf is a game changer when walking through dense thicket on colorado streams. Feet have never been cold in the summer even wading in frigid tailwater rivers. I wear wool socks under these when long hikes are necessary to get to lake or stream. 40+ days and only small punctures in upper from briar and thicket
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Neoprene socks I've been using these socks with a pair of canyoneering boots most of the summer to access my favorite fishing spots and they have been great. Easy to dry, super durable. I don't just pull up next to the river and fish, i usually hike/scramble down and these socks have taken the beating. They clean easy and don't really hold odor.
Date published: 2015-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than Simms I've been a devout Simms guy for very long time- these socks (and the foot tractor boots) have convinced me that Patagonia is turning the corner on their wading gear. I floated and wet-waded the N. Platte in WY- 50 degree water or colder, and my feet were pretty warm all week. I'm really impressed with the fit- slight compression (but not too tight), very comfortable, drain really well. Two thumbs up!
Date published: 2015-08-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bootie - terrible branding I have an original pair that has lasted over 5 years and only now getting thin. These look great, but the branding is OTT.
Date published: 2015-07-11
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