ARGON Vented Winter Sock

$57.00$67.00

This is my version of a winter sock.  It has a panel of Nanoseeum at the head that you can turn to a varying degree to vent or even totally enclose you.  It is made from ARGON 90 and Nanoseeum so it is breathable but has a quality DWR for quilt protection.

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This is my version of a winter sock.  It has a panel of Nanoseeum at the head that you can turn to a varying degree to vent or even totally enclose you.  It is made from ARGON 90 and Nanoseeum so it is breathable but has a quality DWR for quilt protection.  I have 11 foot and 10 foot versions. It is designed to work with a hammock with a ridgeline.  Tapered on one end and drawstring on the other.   The Winter Sock has a panel of nanoseeum above your head and can be turned to vary the amount of venting.  This comes with a mesh stuff sack.  Comes in black and of course it is made in the USA.

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  1. jclark383

    excellent winter sock!

    jclark383 (verified owner)

    I like winter camping and this easily extends the temperature rating of my 15 degree top and bottom quilts. Gives me peace of mind is the weather turns really bad…helps keep my bottom quilt high n dry off the snow/dirt. If the wind kicks bad I’m easily as protected as if in a tent in combo with my fly.
    If you like to camp in frigid conditions….this is a great insurance policy. I thought about it one morning and I can not think of any change that would make it better. The zipper is perfectly placed and operates freely. The noseeum is just right. I use it on my ENO double nest with outdoors Vitals down 15 degree top+bottom quilts. Ill be thinking about dutch-wear products in the future. very happy so far.

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  2. Question

    chrillen87

    Do you send to Sweden?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      Yes we will ship to Sweden.

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  3. Question

    Henrik Sondergaard

    Does the Breathalyser work with the winter sock?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      Yes

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  4. One person found this helpful
    cat_smart

    Very Happy with My Purchase

    cat_smart (verified owner)

    Used this winter sock this past weekend where temps fell to 16°F. The sock blocked the cold wind that blew under the tarp and probably would protect my UQ from any outside moisture/condensation. This sock also blocked out most of the outside light and kept the temperature inside the sock several degrees warmer than the outside. NOTE: with an outside temp at 16°F there were minimal amounts of condensation that accumulated near the vented area above my head but nothing particularly uncomfortable. I purchased the sock with the zippered option. Both zippers glided easily and came with nice sized pulls that you could grasp easily even with thick gloves. Another bonus for ordering the zippers is that it allowed me to sit in the hammock with the sock unzipped so the top flap could be thrown back over the ridgeline. This kept my back and sides protected from any cold wind blowing while I sat back sipping my hot tea and enjoying the view.

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  5. Question

    rthornton92

    If I wanted to order this in argon 67, how much would it weigh?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      We do not offer it is the 67 and will only make it out of the ARGON 90

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  6. Question

    jamesgiacchi

    Will this work with the Warbonnet Ridgerunner bridge hammock?

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  7. Question

    ash35hay

    I was wondering if you could move the vent to be were it is finished before the argon 90 starts and a two foot gap there so i can see the stars at night please

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  8. colinleath

    Nice, but wavy zipper

    colinleath (verified owner)

    I got this because i realized the blizzard survival bags i had been using were slowly disintegrating into minute glitter flakes which in addition to making my clothes sparkle i was no doubt inhaling. This sock is an improvement. No condensation, and i rigged a cheap under quilt from a costco-style down blanket. Only drawback I’ve noticed: the zipper is oddly wavy so opening and closing it is not as smooth as i think it should be. What i mean is the zipper is not flat as if it was not pulled flat while sewing it and so it must undulate to fit into the space it was sewed into. If i didn’t need to use this every night perhaps I’d attempt to get a flatter and smoother zippered one.

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  9. Question

    dane.berringer

    I am very impressed with your winter sock, I have a Hennessy hammock asymmetrical expedition . It has 2 side tie outs , do you make one with holes for the tie outs ? I guess i could put in 2 grommets for the tie outs but I’d rather you do it is possible

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      we do not make one with holes for tie outs.

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  10. Question

    nikebaseball111

    If you use this around your underquilt, will it decrease the amount of heat loss from the bottom of your hammock? And is it windproof?

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn

      Yes this will help you to retain heat in your hammock. It is also breathable yet wind resistant as it is made out of ARGON 90

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  11. Bob Van Heukelom

    Bob in MI.

    Bob Van Heukelom (verified owner)

    Last weekend we camped out in very wet conditions just above freezing. My tarp kept my dry and my new hammock sock trapped in some heat and kept the breezes at bay! Nice addition to my cold weather setup, thanks Dutchware team!

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  12. Question

    yaworski100 (verified owner)

    Is it easy to get into without the zipper or did I make a mistake buying it without

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn (verified owner)

      it is completely personal preference and what you need. If you have any additional questions about it please email us at sales@dutchwaregear.com

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  13. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    John

    John

    Just used these camping in mid thirtiesJust used these camping in mid thirties. Middle of the night nature called, when I pulled back sock I was shocked at the temp difference between inside sock and outside. I use the Summer Sock but even that adds a nice micro environment. Used to store separate but they roll right up with hammock into Dutch’s bishop bag.

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  14. Question

    cassan.pl

    Hi There ! Hope you’re doing good. I was wondering if that socks would fit my DD frontline XL ? I do not use ridgeline, but the spreader poles configuration. I am not concerned by the length, but the spreader poles+underquilt make my system quite a big “tunnel”, so I am wondering if the socks will be large enough to fit around this and still offer the necessary sag underneath ?
    Thanks !

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    • Alex Thomas

      Alex Thomas

      I’m honestly not sure if it would fit or not. You can order it and try it. If it doesn’t work you can send it back and we’ll gladly refund you the full amount minus shipping. If it does work, please let us know!

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  15. eric.catneon

    Perfect

    eric.catneon (verified owner)

    Got this in December it has been serving me amazingly. Blocks all wind at add another 10 degrees to my top and underquilt.

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  16. Question

    Edith Shaw (verified owner)

    Does the shiny side go in or out or does it matter?

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn (verified owner)

      typically the shiny side is on the inside but the argon fabric does not matter as they both work the same way.

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  17. Question

    fitcpr

    I use an ENO double. The specs say it is a 10ft hammock. I have not measured it while hanging. What size should I use. I read in a previous text that you recommended a 9ft for someone with a 10 ft hammock. Would you recommend the same for my ENO?

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn

      If you have a 10ft. hammock you should get a 10ft. sock. If you have an 11ft. hammock you should get an 11ft. sock. If you have any other questions please email me at sales@dutchwaregear.com

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  18. Question

    j.gabe.perry

    Would using this with the Snugpak overquilt and underquilt be able to get down to mid twenties. I’ve gone down to mid thirties with the over and under quilt. If I can’t get that low with the sock, what would I have to add to be able to get that low?

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn (verified owner)

      I would recommend using quilts rated for the temperatures that you will be out in and using the sock when needed for extra coverage. It will help to conceal or keep heat in however it is not the main source of heat as every climate may vary.

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  19. Question

    Jiles Manning

    I typically lay “head left” in my hammock. The sock in the video looks like it is made for “head right”. So if I opened the zipper, sat down, and then laid back with my head going to my left, I would end up with my head at the opposite end from the vent. Is there a zipper on both sides or an option to have the zipper on the appropriate side for “head left”?

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    • Alex Thomas

      Alex Thomas

      You can lay whichever direction you want inside of the sock as it doesn’t have single lay direction. When you get in, put your head at the vent side and lay whichever direction you’d like. If you want a custom item where the zipper is on the other side, just leave us a note in your order at checkout and we’ll make it happen.

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  20. Question

    Rory Lee

    If you rotate the sock, so that the netting is down, and there is light snow falling, and no tarp deployed over you, would the snow accumulate in the netting? How many degrees of 360 degrees does the netting use up in the sock?

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  21. Question

    teclough

    I use an Eno with no ridgeline. Can I use this without a ridgeline, or do I just add one so that I can use the sock properly?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      You would need to use a ridgeline or the winter sock would lay in your face and the bottom would sag to the ground.

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  22. Question

    Kirk Spencer

    Would this work with a Warbonnet Blackbird XLC?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      Yes

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  23. Question

    Admin KevinBoland

    Hi! I’m wondering: what is the weight of the Argon Vented Winter Sock?

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    • admin

      10 foot 265 grams
      11 foot 285 grams

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  24. Question

    Admin GaryGomer

    What is the water resistance capabilities of the Winter Sock? I am interested in its ability to protect my underquilt from blowing rain.

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    • admin

      The argon 90 fabric that is made of is water resistant as it is a DWR fabric however this doesn’t mean that it is waterproof. It will help in keeping the elements away from your under quilt but it is not again a complete waterproof fabric.

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  25. Shawn

    Shawn

    I use a 3 season underquilt but, this windbreaker is the best accessory to compliment my quilt for winter camping!

    I use a 3 season underquilt but, this windbreaker is the best accessory to compliment my quilt for winter camping! It is amazing how much warmer you are in your hammock just by preventing the wind from blowing across the top of you during the night. Buy it! You wont regret it!

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  26. Short Round

    Short Round

    Wind breaker for your hammock!

    Wind breaker for your hammock! Keeps the winter winds from zapping away your heat. Well made & super light.

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  27. Dale

    Dale

    Works fantastic!

    Works fantastic! I made the mistake of thinking I could use this at 60 degrees in lieu of a bugnet and almost sweated to death. Really useful to block the wind and help keep some of your heat in the hammock.

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  28. Rick

    Rick (verified owner)

    WHAT A DIFFERENCE!

    What a difference this winter sock makes! Used it with the temp at 21F and had no trouble keeping warm. The vented space allowed just enough of my breath to escape to keep things nice and dry but keep me nice and warm! Great product Dutch!

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  29. Tracey - Maine hiker

    Tracey – Maine hiker

    Winter sock worked great this weekend!

    I did a spring backpacking trip this weekend in the wild river wilderness in the White Mountains of New Hampshire . Wasn’t sure how low the temps would go so I brought along my winter sock. it worked great for reducing the condensation in my Hammock but blocked the wind and protected the bottom of my under quilt from the rain that night . Everyone at dutchware was very helpful in helping to make this purchase I highly recommend for anyone doing winter or spring or even summer in the White Mountains Hammocking

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  30. Josh

    Josh

    MY FAVORITE DUTCHWARE ACCESSORY

    I love this net, it adds warmth to marginal gear. I also love the fact it blocks light in case you want to sleep in or ignore a neighbor’s light. I’ve used it so much I’m ordering a second one.

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  31. Question

    Admin SethBalding

    Can you still use an under quilt with this?

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    • admin

      Yes this is made to fit over your under quilt.

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  32. Question

    Admin Melinda

    Which product do you recommend for your chameleon hammock; the winter sock or the top cover? They both cost about the same. If it’s a matter of personal preference… Which will keep me warmer?

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    • admin

      since you have the chameleon we do recommend the top cover as they were designed to fit together. The only benefit of the winter sock would be it would act as a quilt cover as well if that is something you are interested in. One will not be warmer than the other.

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  33. Barbara

    Barbara (verified owner)

    Quality product. Easy to use.

    I bought the winter sock after using and loving the summer sock. It is the same fine quality. Like the ease of use. You can use it to cover any portion of the ha!mock during day then completely enclose self at night.
    Service is also great. Get items very quickly. Think the website is fantastic!

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  34. Question

    Admin Roman

    Approximately, how much warms does the sock adds? Eg. if my quilts are 20 degrees – will I be able to use them when the temps fall to 0-5 degrees?

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    • admin

      There are so many different factors when it comes to how much you can gain with a winter sock. Wind, no wind, dry or moist out, do you sleep hot or cold. So all that to say It will help you get closer to your goal but I would say at the most only 10°.

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  35. Question

    Admin Chris

    Is the Argon 90 Calendared or Uncalendared?

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    • admin

      Calendared

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  36. Question

    Admin admin

    Can you do 12ft winter sock? I tried to deploy me 11ft winter sock on my 12ft wide body hammock, the length seemed okay but the width and depth were not enough.

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    • One person found this helpful

      admin

      We could do that for you and it would be a $10 custom charge. Just add 10 custom items for $1 and then email us so we can note your order that it is to be a 12′ wintersock. (sales@dutchwaregear.com)

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  37. Question

    Roland Owens

    How do you choose between the 10’ and 11’ version? Going to be using it with and ENO Doublenest hammock.

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      It will go by the length of your hammock. If you have an 11′ hammock you will need the 11′ winter sock.

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  38. Question

    michael rands

    How much of an additional charge would be having it made in charcoal grey?

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  39. Question

    John Rammel

    How much of a price difference to have this made in charcoal grey or titanium grey with the argon 67?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      Yes we could make it in the ARGON 67 it will be a $20 upcharge. Please email me at sales@dutchwaregear.com if you would like to order one.

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  40. Question

    BRIAN JESTER

    What length sock do you recommend for a Hennessy Explorer. It says it’s a 7ft hammock.

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      An 8′ sock. If you get the 10’sock we will make you an 8′ custom sock. Please email me at sales@dutchwaregear.com with any additional questions.

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  41. Question

    Andrew Willis

    I read over the questions and was still not sure how the hammock length is measured to get the appropriate bug net. Do we measure the length of the hammock laid flat on the ground? Is that the length being referred to as 10′ or 11′. I believe that I have an 11′-9″ hammock.

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      Yes, and if you have a 10′ hammock you will need a 10′ sock. If you have an 11′ hammock you will need an 11′ sock.

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  42. Question

    hensleyjosh90 (verified owner)

    Can condensation be an issue on the inside of the sock? The quilt I’m using isn’t very water resistant at all.

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      Condensation will always be a fact that you should consider and it really depends on how moist the air is and how cold it is outside. So I cannot gaurentee that there will be no condensation however the vent will definitely help you out with this and that is why it is vented as it is much safer.

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  43. yaworski100

    Happy hangers

    yaworski100 (verified owner)

    Thank you dutch just pumped to get out i love it and sure it will last for years to come love the zippers wrk great

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