A couple weekends ago I decided to give the seal skinz socks a bash as I usually end up with wet lowas after CTR's and being engulfed by boggy ground. I wore them with some liners, nothing fancy just I pair I picked up from the local camping shop. They were fantastic at keeping my feet dry both from water and sweat, especially after half my leg disappearing in mud moving to a position. However I can't remember my feet ever being so cold. It was bloody cold outside, hovering around -9 C when we were sitting about doing 7 Q's and orders for about an hour. Now common sense says because we weren't moving about and it being so cold my feet went numb, but has anyone had a similar experience? I have a pair of seal skinz gloves, which keep my hands dry but have the warmth properties of a wet tissue when wet, is this the case with the socks as well?