yeah, maybe changing into dry socks as soon as you get into camp, then because your wet shoes are going to get those damp, change into another dry pair when you get into your hammock.
but then you would have to sleep w/ the damp socks to dry them<g>.
the article from BPL.com talked about having your routine down to where you get into your sleeping bag before you get chilled.
of course these are ultralight & super ultralight (SUL) hikers, but i can glean from their methods even if i never get to the point they do<g>.
they talk about from the time you get to where you are going to camp, having your shelter set up & being in dry clothes & in your bag with a pot of water starting to heat in about 5 minutes. you probably would have already got water & used the bathroom before you stopped.
don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!