I have used the socks that Daryl mentions.
Because they are perforated, they dry much faster than non-breathable neo socks. They also feel pretty warm even fully saturated because the neoprene still insulates, even with the perforations.
I have recently became a fan of fin socks as camp shoes. They replace my wet socks when needed on wet/cold hikes, but I mostly wear them as camp shoes so that my socks and shoes can dry.
Be warned that because fin socks are solid neoprene, they can get quite smelly because of the fact that they do not breath at all. So I only wear them when needed while hiking, crossing creeks or around camp and I scrub them regularly.