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  • PSA sealskinz mtb socks
  • oreetmon
    Free Member

    As good as half price.
    Just got 2 pair in green and blue, summer bargain for winter ūüėĀ

    transporter13
    Free Member

    Nice linkūüėȂĶ CheersūüĎć

    Poopscoop
    Full Member

    Yeah, where’s the link? Lol

    Though my Aldi ones were actually really good last winter.

    wukfit
    Free Member

    I actually prefer my ALDI or Dexshell ones to sealskinz (I use mine sailing a lot as well) seem more waterproof and don’t delaminate as quickly (plus cost a lot less
    I do like the hydrostop feature though

    oreetmon
    Free Member

    Apologies, I ran out of andrex,

    https://www.sportpursuit.com/catalog/product/view/id/1207904?click=eyJxdWVyeSI6IlNlYWxza2lueiIsInBhZ2UiOjEsInBhZ2VTaXplIjozOCwicG9zIjozOH0=

    I hope your arse is clean now ūüėČ.

    These are merino lined version , Aldi versions are cold and not fit for winter, and my dexshells leaked from new.

    Back to seals for me.

    fudge9202
    Free Member

    Ordered cheers

    filks
    Full Member

    Nice one, ordered

    DickBarton
    Full Member

    Got Aldi and Sealskins…Aldi seem to be doing the exact same job (for me) for much less (or they would if I hadn’t been given the Sealskins as a gift).
    Sealskins are slightly comfier at the toes, I suspect the stitching is better shaped, but otherwise exact same performance i.e. feet dry in very wet conditions.

    Nobeerinthefridge
    Free Member

    Kneehigh sealskinz tucked just under kneepads are wicked, effectively waterproof trousers.

    Never tried cheap ones, no need.

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