Kokatat Gore-Tex Icon Drysuit - Women's

Kokatat Gore-Tex Icon Drysuit - Women's
Kokatat Gore-Tex Icon Drysuit - Women's
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Gore-Tex Icon Drysuit - Women's by Kokatat
For waterproof coverage you can count on, look no further than Kokatat's top of the line Women's Gore-Tex Icon Drysuit. It features proven Gore-Tex technology and a smart design to keep you completely dry when you're paddling in icy waters. Gore-Tex Pro Shell fabric breathes while sealing out water so your suit doesn't turn into a sweatbox, and Cordura Gore-Tex reinforced sleeves, shoulders, and legs increase durability so the Icon can take a beating and keep going. The rear-entry design makes it easy to get in and out of, and a drop seat adds convenience when you need to take a bathroom break. Latex gaskets with neoprene punch-throughs provide a comfy and secure seal at the collar and cuffs. And to ensure peace of mind, Kokatat 100% fill tests every suit to guarantee they're dry.

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SKU: KOK000O
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