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  1. #31
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
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    Monmouth Beach, NJ
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    5mm drylock split toe for No. Mo. Co. for a compromise between warmth and performance. After a few hours the pinky toe and heel start to get numb, but by then I'm done anyway. Longer sessions? Go for the 7mm.

    Smartwool snowboard socks under the boots help keep you warm and make getting in and out a lot easier. Something like this...

    http://www.smartwool.com/mens/socks-...ight-1200.html

    Been wearing the same dedicated pair for 5 years and they wear like iron.
    Last edited by LBCrew; Jan 4, 2013 at 02:51 PM.

  2. #32
    Like everyone else said 7 mil Drylocks are the way to go fo NJ. Never had cold feet when wearing them no matter how long I stayed out.

  3. #33
    Xcel Drylocks are by far the best boots I have had

  4. #34
    7mm O'Neill, best boots I have ever bought

  5. in NY i use 7mm quksilver syncro

  6. #36
    35 posts on booties???? - It is flat indeed!

    Oh well.....I like my 7mm O'Neils for New England and further south. I'm on my 3rd pair.

  7. #37
    7mm drylocks all day son. Ive heard people say they like the 5mm better because you can feel the board more but I have no problems with that at all. Drylock gloves are awesome too.

  8. #38
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Location
    philly - margate
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    7 mill flash bombs going into my second winter with them no complaints

  9. #39
    7 ml drylocks are the best. Love em

  10. #40
    Boot liner definately makes a difference in warmth and getting the suit on and off. I've been using Patagonia liners for years, will have to try the smartwool. Just got them for skiing and hiking. Awesome sock.

    Quote Originally Posted by LBCrew View Post
    5mm drylock split toe for No. Mo. Co. for a compromise between warmth and performance. After a few hours the pinky toe and heel start to get numb, but by then I'm done anyway. Longer sessions? Go for the 7mm.

    Smartwool snowboard socks under the boots help keep you warm and make getting in and out a lot easier. Something like this...

    http://www.smartwool.com/mens/socks-...ight-1200.html

    Been wearing the same dedicated pair for 5 years and they wear like iron.