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Bridgedale Stormsock waterproof socks in black


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Bridgedale Stormsock waterproof socks in black Product Information

The Stormsock is a full-height, waterproof sock. So the question has to be, who needs a waterproof sock when most boots come equipped with a waterproof lining? Well, they are sometimes used by those who ride off-road, and who will occasionally find themselves fording streams and riding through deep water. This can be especially important if you’re wearing plastic, off-road boots that have no membrane. They can obviously also make a non-waterproof boot waterproof. And could be worn by inside a short boot to make them as waterproof as something taller.

The socks are heavy, winter-style socks. The outer material comprises Nylon and Elastane. Sandwiched between the outer and the inner sock is a Hydrotech membrane. The inner sock contains 63% Merino wool for better wicking through to the membrane. The sock has a heavy Terry footbed for added comfort, and is infused with Lycra throughout for a stretch fit.

The Stormsock is about as technical as a sock gets, employing just about all of Bridgedale’s proprietary technologies such as Flat Toe Seams, Shock Zones, Performance Fit, Elasticated Arch and 4-Way Stretch. This is a heck of a sock. In the extreme cold and the extreme wet, there is no sock that is going to keep you drier and warmer.


  • Performance Fit
  • Moisture Management
  • Flat Toe Seam
  • Shock Seams
  • Waterproof and Breathable
  • Windproof
  • 4-Way Stretch Durable Outer
  • Elasticated Arch

Product Reviews


Pat Bloomfield: Great quality product

I bought these boots after getting wet feet wearing waterproof short boots and Scott trousers. The trousers rose up over the boot top! I also got wet feet after wearing waterproof hike boots in long grass walking my dog, so these kill two birds with one stone. Following that incident, Im now wearing my high motorcycle boots that are also waterproof. However, these have kept my feet warm although only tested down to around 6-7 degrees Celsius, which was the other reason for investing in them. Adopting the layering approach to my motorcycle gear, these make it safe to travel with short boots in the summer as dry weather can never guaranteed.

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