My first time out I drove to and from the river in these, and waded 4 hours. They're comfortable, but my feet and lower legs didn't chill. I wore their guide socks the next time for as long, and in the same tail water, and my lower legs and feet felt like refrigerated burger meat 90 minutes after getting home. I prefer the neoprene socks. They're easy to remove if you let them turn inside out. They take a day to dry here in the low humidity of UT. Just in time to head back out..
Simms Flyweight Neoprene Wet Wading Socks
SIMMS FLYWEIGHT NEOPRENE WET WADING SOCKS
The Simms Flyweight Neoprene Wet Wading Socks are designed to wear with the Flyweight boot and shoe when fishing cold rivers on hot days. These Flyweight Neoprene socks may also work with other boots if those boots are tall enough to accomodate these socks.