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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?



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


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: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 11 Write a review.

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Best of the best August 16, 2018
Reviewer: jeff T from shreveport, LA United States  
Work great on rocky beaches in Arkansas deep lakes as well as sharp lava rocks in Hawaii as you’ve are walking to Juno I’m poibts fo lobster dining .  Love, them!

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Order June 25, 2018
Reviewer: Michael Svitek from Middlefield, CT United States  
Great service Dano!

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fit, fast delivery, 3mm, all good, I think May 16, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from IL United States  
I have yet to learn what the kevlar layer really is supposed to do (durability?),  but the booties fit nice, the fins seem to fit too with them, delivery was fast, no complaints. That said, I know too little about freediving fins to understand why there couldn't be even a thin, 1mm or so hard layer in the bottom of such booties.The Sensation  from stepping on simulatet rocks (Lego bricks) is subdued due to 3mm soft neoprene, but just a thin hard layer (not completely stiff) would make this feel quite better, especially with scuba gear on. I did not come to think that the slightly sticky sealed seams on the booties would be an issue. That said, mine have one area where the sealant is notably thinner than elsewhere. Not sure that matters.

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Solid socks, but not great grip April 27, 2018
Reviewer: Cory Briggs from San Diego, CA United States  
These socks are well made. I bought them because I had read somewhere that the kevlar soles gripped better than neoprene on wet boat decks. I have not found that to be true at all.

If you buy these socks, do so because you think the kevlar is durable and not because you think it grips well on wet decks.

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Review of Kevlar Socks March 12, 2018
Reviewer: John Iwaniec from Fleming island, FL United States  

I received the Kevlar socks and was impressed with the great feel and construction of these socks. Particularly I liked the fact that all the sewed seams were also glued so that nothing unravels. Superior construction and great product; Thanks!

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