NRS Women's Paddle Wetshoes

by  NRS

NRS Women's Paddle Wetshoes Description

The NRS Women's Paddle Wetshoe is an excellent choice for all types of boaters. Warm and comfortable, it's an easy fit over bare feet, neoprene socks or drysuit socks. Built on a naturally shaped women-specific last, the Women's Paddle Wetshoe provides outstanding fit and comfort. High-top, low-profile design provides outstanding warmth and protection without bulk. The gusset-backed YKK® entry zipper opens wide, making the Paddle Wetshoe easy to put on and take off. 3 mm Terraprene™ neoprene with a heat-reflecting titanium layer keeps feet toasty when the water's chilly. Soft, fleece-like VaporLoft™ lining repels water and dries instantly for superior warmth and comfort. The sole wraps up around the heel and toe for extra protection. Extra padding over the outside ankle protects that pressure point inside your boat.

NRS Women's Paddle Wetshoes Specs and Features

  • Material Description: Neoprene & Rubber

Additional Attributes

  • A 3 mm thick high-traction sole, paired with a 5 mm neoprene insole, protects your feet from rocks and roots.
  • Stretchy rubber support bands improve lateral stability without adding volume.
  • Whole sizes only. 1/2 sizes order one size larger.

NRS Women's Paddle Wetshoes Reviews

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These booties fit well and…

Submitted by: Angie_O_Plasty on 8/24/2018

These booties fit well and are comfortable. They seem to be well-made and there are no straps/laces to potentially catch on foot pegs during a wet exit. They seem to be plenty warm for launching and landing in cold water. The only bummer is that once water gets in, it doesn't drain out until you take the shoes off. This results in your feet sloshing around in a bunch of warm water. It would be nice if there were some sort of drainage holes (as long as sand/pebbles wouldn't get in...I'd say a shoe full of water is the lesser evil if that is the alternative).