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Waterproof Socks

How do I wash them?

For a deepest clean, turn your waterproof socks inside out and hand-wash in cool, soapy water. For quicker and less thorough washing, you can throw them in the washing machine in cold water.

How do I dry them?

Waterproof Socks should first hung to dry inside out, then turned outside in after the inside of the sock is dried. They can be dried near a heat source such as radiator, but NEVER directly on top or too close. Any heat over 50°C (120°F) could potentially damage the waterproof membrane.

For fastest drying you can tumble dry on a temperature low/cool setting if you absolutely need to, but for longer lasting life span drip drying is best.

Are they breathable?

Yes, the sock lining combined with waterproof membrane not only absorbs moisture and heat from the inside layer, but it also releases and evaporates heat, making our waterproof socks totally breathable!

Are waterproof socks worth having?

If you are outside a lot for work or pleasure, investing in a pair of waterproof socks is undoubtedly worth it. They keep your feet nice and dry and feel similar to regular outdoor socks.

What are waterproof socks good for?

Our waterproof socks can be used for all sorts of outdoor activities including hiking, walking, golfing, running, cycling, skiing, and fishing. Any scenario where you may get wet feet, these socks will keep you dry.

Can water seep in from the top opening?

Yes, it's possible that water can get into the sock from the top opening. Our waterproof membrane is only to the top of each sock, so any water coming in from the top might still seep in. Luckily our Active and Slim socks have Dry Guard Tap technology applied to them, stopping water from getting for at least 80% of our tested scenarios.

Now the scary topic- stinky feet. Do Drymile's Waterproof Socks feature odor control?

Yes, say goodbye to stinky feet! Our socks are all breathable. Depending on whether you go with the Slim, Mountain or Active model, our lining has either charcoal or another odor/wicking material knitted into the lining. This means that sweat is no longer an issue with our anti-odor technology!

How much does a pair weigh?

Active 2.9oz (XS) - 3.4oz (XL)
Slim 3.1oz (M) - 3.4oz (XL)
Mountain 3.4oz (XS) - 4.2oz (XL)

Excursion Windbreaker

Can the mask and hood be removed?

Yes, the mask zippers right off, but the hood will stay attached to the jacket.

Is it easy to breath with the mask on?

Yes! We designed plenty of ventilation below the mask for adequate air flow.

What is the water resistance rating in mm?

Our Excursion Windbreaker has the same requirement and standard as a raincoat with 600mm of rating and with thinner, lighter-weight material.

Is the material breathable?

Yes! The Excursion Windbreaker is very breathable. You can even try on your own to blow air through the material-- air does go through.

What is the difference between water-resistant and waterproof?

Waterproofing offers the highest level of protection from extreme rain and snow conditions, while water-resistance can stand up to limited rain or snow.

Water resistance is best for non-extreme adventuring and for more everyday usage (picture a shorter hike on a breezy day, or a trip to the grocery store in drizzly weather.)

What is the weight?

Women/Children's 10.2oz (3XS) - 12.5oz (M)
Men's 13.1oz (M) - 14.6oz (2XL)

Waterproof Shoes

How do I wash them?

For longest life, shoes should be hand-washed by first taking the insole out, then using a soapy sponge or cloth to gently wipe away dirt.

How do I dry them?

After daily use the outside layer will be a bit damp, but the inside will be dry. Use a dry towel to press and absorb most of the moisture from the outside layer, leaving it on overnight. Your shoes should be dry the next day.

After washing, both the outside and inside will be wet. Because our shoes have a thin film in the material, drying time takes a bit longer than a pair of normal shoes. Hang drying upside down in a well-ventilated area is best. To speed up drying time you can first use a dry towel to absorb as much moisture as you can.

Are Drymile Waterproof Shoes breathable?

Yes! The waterproof membrane will absorb moisture and heat from the inside layer, and release and evaporate heat to the outside layer. This means that our Waterproof Shoes are totally breathable.

Do my Waterproof Shoes feature odor control?

Yep! After testing, our shoes had less of an odor than regular sneakers. This is because the inner layer is made with a bamboo-charcoal blend, allowing sweat absorption and making this important shoe layer anti-microbial and anti-odor by nature. And, any excess of moisture will be absorbed by our breathable film and released to the outside!

Do I need to wear socks with my Waterproof Shoes?

Just like any other shoes, this is a total personal preference. Depending on why you're wearing, you can wear thin, thick, or no socks.

What is the lifespan under normal wear and tear conditions?

If you take good care of the shoes and ensure that no holes are punctured through, your Waterproof Shoes will last just as long as any sneaker.

What makes the sole so special?

A unique blend of rubber with our honeycomb design makes our sole so soft and durable that it grabs on to different types of terrain with maximum friction. Additionally, the patented design in the middle of the sole allows for flexibility and foldability.

Is Drymile made with toxic materials?

When creating Drymile we wanted to create an eco-conscious waterproof shoe to reflect our love for the outdoors. To accomplish this, the materials we used are degradable and the manufacturing process is non-harmful to the environment.