Waterproof Breathable Socks £12.99 in store @ Aldi
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Waterproof Breathable Socks £12.99 in store @ Aldi

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LocalFound 28th Sep 2017Edited by:"steveking198"
Missed out on these last time they did them so made sure I got them this time around.

Sold out online but available in store from today

Just went in and they had plenty in the Plymouth store
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These good?
Comes in sizes 3-5, 6-8, 9-11 - says "In Store Only" on the Aldi link.

Given that there's a selection of colours to choose from, I think you only get one pair.

Blurb says:

  • Brand: Crane Pro
  • Material: Outer: 98% Nylon 2% Elastane, Inner: 53% Nylon 47% Cotton, Interlining: Porelle® Membrane
  • Product Type: Cycling Socks
  • Size: 3-11
  • Tumble Dry: No
  • Waterproof: Yes

Crane waterproof, breathable and lightweight 3-layer ankle-length socks, suitable for a variety of casual outdoor activities in wet conditions.

Handwash only below 30°C. Do not dry clean.

Waterproof

Breathable material
Lightweight
3-layers: Comfort inner for the perfect fit, Porelle® membrane for water-resistance, and durable outer layer for longevity
Ankle-length
Seamless
Close-fitting

Suitable Use
Outdoor activities in wet conditions
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Edited by: "louiselouise" 28th Sep 2017
I have a pair. I walked through water that came over the top of my boots but not over the top of the socks, then removed my boots and poured the water out and completed my walk with dry feet. They are surprisingly comfortable, don't make my feet sweat much more than ordinary socks. I haven't used them much so don't know how durable they are.
Thanks OP, would like some.
doberman21 m ago

I have a pair. I walked through water that came over the top of my boots …I have a pair. I walked through water that came over the top of my boots but not over the top of the socks, then removed my boots and poured the water out and completed my walk with dry feet. They are surprisingly comfortable, don't make my feet sweat much more than ordinary socks. I haven't used them much so don't know how durable they are.



also thanks for the first hand review. that is very helpful
dark_shadow3 h, 8 m ago

These good?


Yeah, same here. Wouldn't it be better just to get a pair of waterproof overshoes? Apart from the price what's the advantage of these?
Edited by: "LemonHead" 28th Sep 2017
LemonHead4 m ago

Yeah, same here. Wouldn't it be better just to get a pair of water/wind …Yeah, same here. Wouldn't it be better just to get a pair of water/wind resistant overshoes? What's the advantage of these?


A lot of 'waterproof' footwear can let water in, especially when you hit that boggy terrain whilst hiking. There's nothing like wet feet to ruin your hike!
No, it's alright I think I've just answered my own question. Overshoes tend to be more suited to colder weather were as these socks would be more suited to warmer weather. Am I right?
dark_shadow13 m ago

A lot of 'waterproof' footwear can let water in, especially when you hit …A lot of 'waterproof' footwear can let water in, especially when you hit that boggy terrain whilst hiking. There's nothing like wet feet to ruin your hike!


I'm getting mixed up here aren't I. There's a cycling event on at Aldi at the moment, I thought these socks were for cyclists. My mistake, sorry

Thanks for pointing that out all the same. Understood.
Edited by: "LemonHead" 28th Sep 2017
These are thicker than your ordinary socks. Not likely to be a problem for hikers but cyclists could find their shoes don't fit.
A good price, anyone fancy the sealskinz ones they are down to £21.99 for the mid mid on chain reaction, if they are good enough for the sas
been wearing sealskinz for the last few winters superb. If the Aldi ones are half as good they are well worth the money
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