Bahia Predator Personal Flotation Device by Kokatat
Designed for kayak fishing, the Kokatat Bahia Predator Personal Floatation Device makes it immediately clear why it's the go-to for professional kayak anglers. A durable 500-denier Cordura fabric wraps the GAIA PVC-free foam for a construction that holds up against day after day of hard-wearing use. With room for all of your fishing necessities, this PFD's thermo-formed main pocket is spacious enough for a small tackle box, and opens up as a mini work platform for lures, leads, and scissor, while the second front duplex pocket houses your wallet, keys, and phone. Kokatat put comfort at the forefront of this design by featuring a high-back design to meet the high seat backs found in most fishing kayaks.
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