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Neoprene Swim Socks

Many people use these to protect their feet, especially where there may be sharp stones, however their real purpose is as a protection from colder water, enabling you to swim longer and earlier, or later, in the open water season.

The brands we carry are:-

  • Orca, who have a standard and Thermal version
  • Zone3 – who have a standard and Heat Tech version
  • Sailfish – new brand for us in 2021
  • BlueSeventy – who now only have the thermal. 

Neoprene Swim Socks – Ironman Legal

A little known rule is that on an Ironman swim if the water temperature drops below 18.8 degrees [common in the UK and Europe], neoprene swim socks are allowed. here is the precise rule

“Neoprene socks are allowed ONLY when the water temperature is 18.8 degrees Celcius/65 degrees Fahrenheit or colder.”