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There is a way to keep those feet dry

Wet feet are not fun on a hike. SealSkinz, a British brand, makes socks to keep your feet dry. The company’s namesake socks are waterproof. They use a thin membrane sandwiched between two fabric types. The polyurethane membrane, which is thinner than paper, is waterproof …

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