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3mm Rock Socks with Kevlar Soles
Rock Socks with Kevlar Soles


 
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3mm Rock Socks with Kevlar Soles

Attention California Shore Divers!

Rock Socks by MAKO Spearguns have soles made of Kevlar. That’s right! KEVLAR SOLES! I guarantee no other freedive socks are more durable than the MAKO Spearguns Rock Socks.

And guess what…They are made from 100% Genuine Yamamoto Neoprene. So, you get the most durable socks in the world and the most comfortable and the warmest socks ever made.

This is another example of MAKO quality at an amazing price.

What other freedive socks have Kevlar soles and made with 100% genuine Yamamoto neoprene?

NONE!

Why?

Because a sock with these features, sold at a dive shop would cost around $70.00 per pair. But, because MAKO sells direct to divers (no dive shop markup), we can offer the highest quality products for a lot less than dive shop prices.

These are the most durable freedive socks ever made!

Available in 3mm thickness

Features Include

  • The best neoprene in the world (Yamamoto neoprene)
  • 3 dimensional cut (left and right) for the best fit and amazing comfort
  • Non-skid KEVLAR sole for increased traction on boats and durability
  • Toes have abrasion resistant material to prevent toe nail cuts
  • All seams are glued, stitched AND welded to make a water tight seal and prevent unraveling of stitching from the high wear areas that contact the fin pocket.

NOTE: These Kevlar Soled socks do add a ½ size to your foot size.

  • If your foot pockets are a bit loose when you wear non Kevlar sole socks, then your foot pockets will fit perfectly with the Kevlar sole socks.
  • If your foot pockets fit perfectly when you wear non Kevlar Sole socks, then your foot pockets will be too tight with the Kevlar sole socks.
California Kevlar Freedive Socks

All seams on our Rock Socks are welded for added strength and durability

image-divider California Kevlar Freedive Socks are abrasion resistant

Additional abrasion resistant material has been added to the top of Rock Socks

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Our Freedive Socks are certified by Tomizo Yamamoto (President of YAMAMOTO Corporation) and me (Dano Krahling, President of MAKO Spearguns) to be Genuine YAMAMOTO Neoprene.

Genuine YAMAMOTO Neoprene Certificate

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review.

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tough May 22, 2017
Reviewer: Raymond Meyer from Seattle, WA United States  
stood up to abuse, no tears after hard use climbing over rocks to get to shore dives

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Excellent socks April 24, 2017
Reviewer: Ken Goudey from San Rafael, CA United States  
I've only had them out for a weekend, so I can't say anything about the long-term durability of these socks, but they fit as expected, are well-sealed, and kept my feet warm. The only nitpick I have is that the seal on the seams is sticky, and makes the socks adhere to each other, and makes it tougher to slide your foot into your fins, but I've seen the same on other well-sealed products, so I think it's just part of having socks that don't leak.

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Bought for GF January 26, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Tampa, FL United States  
She says they are very comfortable, and are of good components, but seem to be assembled cheaply.  The seams are reinforced with what appears to be wetsuit repair glue which tends to stick to any surface.  They come shipped symmetrically so each socks seam aligns with the other's and you have to peel them apart.  I'll stick with my Argos but these should work out for her.

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Warm socks! January 19, 2017
Reviewer: Adrian Kawaley-Lathan from Sandys, Bermuda  
Very warm, great durability

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Very strong socks January 19, 2017
Reviewer: JEAN MICHEL from BARRINGTON, RI United States  
Strong and warm socks.

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