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It's always time to ride.

Cold water is no match for the XCEL Hawaii Men's Infiniti Drylock Split-Toe Boot because the Drylock seamless design offers total protection from flushing. The added ankle strap keeps the boot in place and adds a little support, while the rubber sole under the split toe prevents your leash from making love to your boot.
  • Split-toe design is filled in with rubber to prevent leash hang-ups
  • Seamless Drylock seals at the ankle keep out water without the need for sticky silicone or high straps
  • ThermoBamboo heat-retaining lining fuses bamboo charcoal with polyester to enhance core insulation
  • Hook-and-loop strap over the ankle keeps boot in place
  • Quadruple-glued and blind-stitched seams stand up to sea-bed smacking, and the reinforced stress points ensure the boot lasts for years

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5 5

Nnnice!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Needed something for colder waters but they also stopped me from shredding my pads.
Good snug feel and a nice grip. Not as tall as you would think from the pictures but that worked out better for me in warmer waters.
Don't freak about the gum color difference; if you're not a poser and just want a boot that works, these are great.
Not sure about long term yet but I've been beating up on them for about a month (sand, rocks, sidewalks...) and they act like new so far.

How would these do in the New England...

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How would these do in the New England Atlantic Ocean water in January?

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