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“Cold feet” is nothing more than a figure of speech when you own a pair of LAVA Booties. Made of 2mm 4-way stretch neoprene, these booties are form fitting and insulating for cold water swimming.
Flex panels on the top of the foot and above the heel allow for comfortable movement while durable stitching holds the bootie in place. The ergonomic textured outsole provides stability and traction aboard wet surfaces and helps to protect your feet in rocky waters.
We suggest you wear your Lava Booties as tight as possible to prevent water pooling at the toes. They will be quite snug when putting them on, but will expand in the water.
LAVA Booties sizes are based on Men’s Sizes, though the booties are unisex.There is an approximate 1.5 size difference between Men's and Women's sizing (e.g., a men's size 7 is roughly equivalent to a women's size 8.5).
To put on a pair of Lava booties (neoprene socks), follow these steps:
It's important to make sure that your neoprene socks fit properly and are not too tight. If the socks are too tight, they can restrict your movement and cause discomfort. If the socks are too loose, they can bunch up or fall down, which can be frustrating and hinder your performance. Adjust the socks as needed to find the right fit for your feet and lower legs. Given the choice between tight and loose, remember that your lava booties will expand about a half-size in the water so they should be snug when you first put them on.
With a size 12 foot (6'1" and 220), I would have bought size L, but I ended up going with XL because they didn't have the L in stock. For me they worked great over a pair of synthetic crew socks. Toasty feet in cold water - total game changer!
LOVE THEM!!! GREAT FOR WINTER SWIMMING!!!
Love the lava booties. Perfect for cold water swimming or for swimming in rocky fresh water for foot protection and minimal drag
Work great. Nice traction on bottom. A little tough to get on - but they should be so snug fit in water. One trick - pull wetsuit legs OVER the bootie - so as you swim it's streamlined and 'tucked in' - first cold water swim I did there was gap between suit and bootie - and bootie edge caught some water. Tucking bootie under wetsuit leg solved the problem :)